- The sophisticated, intuitive network built for gamers curates content you use most
- Play your PS4 system games on PS Vita, Never walk away from a winning streak
- Broadcast your epic moments
Great system 12/02/2013
This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console
-New UI is easy (but so was old one IMO)
-Controller is SO MUCH BETTER. Fits my large hands more comfortably than the old PS3 controller.
-Games load faster due to better processor and RAM
-Capable of 60 frames per second on games
-Sleek design (not too bulky)
-Live game streaming is awesome
-Share button is seamless with Facebook (only one I tested)
-Always on DVR for gaming
- Not compatible with 3D Blu-ray (yet)
- Not compatible with home networking (DLNA) (yet)
- Blu-ray drive is a bit loud when reading disk in beginning (at least mine is)
I wanted to wait a few weeks so I could thoroughly test out the new PS4 before writing a review. Please understand that this review comes from a PC gamer perspective. I side with neither XBOX or PS.
The whole reason I love PC gaming so much is because of the graphics and ability to play games at 1080P @ 60fps+. Finally, consoles have cought up, sort of. I've been playing Assassins Creed BF and can noticeably tell the graphics engine is better on this new system. There's a lot more detail in the background with a larger field of view than the previous generation.
Obviously, my PC is my go to for intense gaming but when I want to casually play some games like Assassins Creed on a big screen, it's nice to have the PS4. The HUGE gap in graphics between consoles and PC has greatly reduced but there's still a gap.
The controller for the PS4 is so much better that I don't even want to compare it to the PS3. You just have to hold it to understand.
I'm loving the share and live stream options. I even like watching other random players across the country play. This is one feature that sets the console apart from PC. Sure you can live stream on PC and capture video (both of which I do), but the PS4 makes it so easy and user friendly.
The one thing that surprised me was when I popped in a 3D blu-ray movie only to find out that it's not supported yet. I mean, that's crazy sony. Why would you remove or neglect such a feature when you're the one pushing for Blu-ray and 3D movies through your movie studio. How do you release a console with less features than the previous generation. I know these are going to be updated in upcoming patches but the fact you launched without these simple features is beyond me.
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