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Submitted by GamersRulz 602d ago | article

How does the PS4 differ from a high-end gaming PC?

Sony described its upcoming PlayStation 4 as a "supercharged" PC. Powered by familiar x86 architecture manufactured by AMD, PS4 is more like a gaming PC than any previous Sony console. However, while it may use many parts found in high-end gaming PCs, PS4 system architect Mark Cerny argues that PS4 has many unique features that separate it from today's PCs. (PC, PS4)

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aquamala  +   602d ago
If PCIE bus is such a bottleneck, going from PCIE 2.0 to 3.0 (3.0 has 2x bandwidth of 2.0/2.1) should be a huge performance gain right? but benchmarks show none/little difference

http://www.hardocp.com/arti...
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Elite_737  +   602d ago
The PCI slots can handle a ridiculous amount of bandwidth. The PCIE 3.0 16x bus can transfer 15.75 GB/s, and has yet to be a bottleneck. PS4 can transfer up to 20 GB/s down it's memory bus. However, PCIE 4.0 will be able to do 31.5 GB/s, which will be out by around next year. But again, the transfer rates of PCIE 4.0 will probably be overkill again.
decrypt  +   602d ago
Well considering PCIe 2.0 doesnt get saturated even by 3 GTX 680s running in SLI, I think people claiming PCIe to be a bottleneck are on fine crack.
T900  +   602d ago
"Sony described its upcoming PlayStation 4 as a "supercharged" PC"

Isnt that what they have done at every console launch. Yet they have always fallen short in comparison to PCs. Never mind high end, PS3 couldnt keep up with mid range PCs. Why should the PS4 be any different.
abzdine  +   601d ago
i dont care about this ridiculous console PC discussions, the only difference for me is the Sony top quality first party games which only can be played on Sony consoles.
sengoku  +   601d ago
the PS4 has features that a built into the hardware to get more out of the basic sum of it's parts.

will a AMD 7990 be faster anyway? of course it will.

will AMD 7990 get it's ass handed to it by yet another card that follows sometime after it??
you bet.
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inveni0  +   601d ago
Yeah, PCs are out-of-date just as quickly as consoles, yet consoles seem to last longer. I don't see anyone still playing great looking games on Nvidia's 8800GTS. In fact, there were no games on the 8800GTS that looked as good as Uncharted 3. I've only upgraded my video card once since the 8800GTS, and that cost me $300...more than a PS3. Sure, I have the best version of Far Cry 3, Battlefield 3, etc. But I still had to spend $250 on my 8800GTS just to catch up with the PS3, and $300 on my current card, just to beat it (not to mention the processor and RAM upgrades).

Consoles have a clear advantage. PC-only enthusiasts seem to think that consoles hold PC back, but even top-of-the-line PCs can stutter on some of the best games out there.

The proof is in the pudding. Game quality rests solely in the hands of developers. Give good developers good tools, and you'll wind up with amazing games.

Sony has great developers, and in the PS4, the promise of a great tool.

I'm excited.
reynod  +   601d ago
@inveni0

8800GTX playing:

Battlefield 3 in 1080:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...

PS3 doent even manage 720p.

Tombraider in 1080 60fps:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...

PS3 720p 30fps

Black ops 2 1080p:
http://www.youtube.com/watc...

PS3 630p

Want more examples?

So what happens when you buy the PS4? how do you intend to play all those games you bought for the PS3?

1. you plan on rebuying PS3's whenever they fail?

2. Buy HD remakes on PS4, might as buy that HD ramake for GOW that you bought on the PS3 again on the PS4?

3. subscribe to a streaming service to play games you already own?

You will also need to consider what your friends do if you want to play MP games from the PS3, in which case buying a HD remake on the PS4 might not work. Since there may not be MP game play between different gens of console.

In the end these are all expensive and unrealistic solutions. PC gaming just is cheaper and offers a feasible solution.
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ChrisW  +   601d ago
Not even Futuremark, creators of the benchmark that pushes high end PC to their max, utilizes the full bandwidth of PCIe 3.0... even when running at a ridiculous resolution of 4320x2304.

Sony is simply future proofing their system JUST IN CASE some future gaming engine is capable of doing so.
inveni0  +   601d ago
@reynod
I didn't say GTX. I said GTS.

http://www.hwcompare.com/41...

Significant performance difference at an equally significant price difference, but only supporting my case anyway. If you want to spend $600 on a graphics card alone, that's fine. But PS3 (even at a launch price of $600) is still a great value for the money, and longer lasting than equivalently priced PC parts. In late 2007, you could not build a PC that would today still look as good as the PS3.
blackmagic  +   601d ago
@ inveni0
You don't need to spend $600 to beat out PS4's 1.84Gflops performance though. A radeon 7870 can be purchased today for $244 and it performs at 2.56Gflops (about 40% more power BEFORE overclocking) and it'll probably be down around $150 by the the time the PS4 actually launches.
http://www.newegg.ca/Produc...
p.s. that video card even comes bundled with 3 games, farcry 3, bioshock infinite and tombraider to boot!
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inveni0  +   601d ago
Yes, but there's more to a PC than just the video card. What if you need more RAM and the motherboard that came in your computer doesn't hold more than 4GB? That's actually pretty common in a lot of PCs. It's easy to spend more than the cost of what the PS4 will launch at in upgrading your PC.

But again, that's not the point. The point is that the PS4 is a good value because it will last for at least 5 years before people start aching for more power. I start aching for more power out of my PC about 18 months after my last upgrade.
blackmagic  +   601d ago
???
Even this ridiculously cheap $50 Motherboard supports up to 16GB of ram so I don't know how many years back you are talking to get such a strangely low amount of RAM? Most current motherboards support at least 64GB of RAM now.
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
http://www.amazon.com/Gigab...
inveni0  +   601d ago
@blackmagic
Most people don't buy or upgrade their computers every two years. So, if you're a kid at home, your parents' PC is probably at least 3-4 years old, most likely 5. I've had a number of relatives think that buying the cheapest bundle at Wal-Mart is the way to get a PC, and they come home with this tiny little thing that doesn't even have a PCI-e slot. They're slim PCs, and they use micro-ATX form factors (I even bought a Gateway once with a BTX motherboard, which replacing required a whole new case...). They also use sub-300w PSUs in many cases, which means you'll need to upgrade that, as well. You're looking at an additional $30 for 4GB RAM, $60 for a decent PSU, and $150 for a moderate graphics card. That's $270 in addition to what the PC cost in the first place, assuming your processor is up to the task.

Upgrading the standard out-of-the-box PC is not as easy as you suggest.
CheexInk  +   601d ago
Not sure why you're bringing non-gaming PCs into this. That's like saying it's a negative that you can't upgrade into a PS3 from a DVD player. Though at least there is some ability to transfer components from your non-gaming PC to a new gaming PC you're building.
inveni0  +   601d ago
@CheexInk
Because people act like the PS4 shouldn't exist because a gaming PC can be better. To use your analogy, it's like saying BluRay players shouldn't exist because of the PS3. It just doesn't make sense.

Bottom line is that a gaming PC that will out perform PS4 in 5 years will cost more than PS4 in 5 years. Otherwise, the exclusives we see from PS4 will be (based on past experience) fantastic...just like the games we have now on PS3.

EDIT: I have a gaming PC (built for gaming specifically) and a PS3. No 360 because their exclusives started out as being on PC AND 360, and so I picked PC over 360 (of course). But I know that Sony's exclusives will be exclusive to PS4, and that's why I'm going with a gaming PC (for multi-platforms) and a PS4 for exclusives. I'll be using the same technique in the next gen. I just think that many PC enthusiasts have their logic a little slanted when it comes to which is "better". And I think it's clear that no $400 PC will be better than PS4 (assuming a $400 launch price...if it's $500 or $600, we may have to recalculate).
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blackmagic  +   601d ago
@inveni0

Diamond 7870 Ghz Edition Graphics card - $234
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
AMD Phenom II X4-965 Quad core Processor - $80
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
Asrock 770i ATX Motherboard - $55
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
8Gb Crucial DDR3 1600 RAM (2x4Gb) - $47
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
1 TB Hitachi Hard Drive - $70
http://www.newegg.com/Produ...

Total: $486

That there is a decent mid range gaming PC and that doesn't even factor in the fact that every game is $10 cheaper. Buy even 10 games in that computer's life and it is even cheaper than a $400 console that you bought 10 games for.
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GamerPS360  +   601d ago
@blackmagic,

where are the case, power unit, all the cooling system and mouse, keyboard?
Quit lying to yourself. PC gaming is expensive than console gaming.
blackmagic  +   601d ago
You're kidding right?

I would use the same case and 650 watt power supply that I already own and have used for the past two upgrade cycles of my computer. Why would I buy another?
Same goes for my mouse and keyboard. All these things do not suddenly become obsolete just because I bought new innards.

And for me personally, I have a 500Gb, 1Tb and 3Tb hard drive in my present computer (the 500Gb and 1Tb are from previous builds) so I wouldn't actually buy another hard drive if I was upgrading right now. I also brought forward 8Gb of RAM from my last build to my present build and added 8Gb to give me 16Gb total. So for me, it would be significantly cheaper for me to build a new computer if I was to do it right now.

Do you buy a new Television every single time you buy a console?
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hesido  +   601d ago
@Elite_737: An additional note,
That 20GB/s Mark Cerny mentioned is a special path where the GPU bypasses its caches to read and write to system memory, so calculations of the GPU can be written to memory with low latencies. (Will provide coherency with CPU at system RAM level, by avoiding the cache). This 20GB/s will not be used for transferring texture data to GPU (like you would on a PCI-express), for example.
ATi_Elite  +   601d ago
The Glorious PC Gaming Master Race!
N4G is overrun with this PS4 Rah rah rah better than a PC articles.

everyday you got some editor writing some article detailing how the PS4 is better than a PC or High end PC and Consolers just feed into it because of Fanboy-ism or cause they are limited in Tech Knowledge.

The PS4 is a wonderful GAMING Machine without question but a PC does more than JUST PLAY GAMES!

So comparing a Muti-tasking Computer to basically a TOY is LAME!

A PC does whatever it needs to do ALL at once. It's designed to do multiple things simultaneously and super fast. It's more than just a gaming machine.

A PS4 is just gonna play games and that's it.

I'll be so happy when the Microsoft releases the x720 specs so these stupid editors can go back to comparing a X720 to PS4.

But then again the X720 is designed to multi-task as well cause it is set-up even closer to a PC than a PS4.

So just compare PS4 to WiiU LOL!

Besides PC is already moving to PCIe 4.0, GDDR6, USB 3.0a (10GB per second) by 2014 and DX12 in a couple of years.

PC's have APU's or CPU's with GPU's built in plus they have Discrete GPU's and large pools of SEPARATE ram for both parts thus allowing PC's to do a lot.

Having a Fast CPU with a built in GPU doing ultra fast operations and then still offloading work to the Discrete GPU via CUDA/OPenCL is also a plus.

A PS4 like PS3 like PS2 like PS1 before it needed to seem GOD like and more powerful than anything out including PC's upon release.

But upon release or shortly after their release they were CLearly Surpassed by the ever changing PC technology.

A PS3 was Hyped as more powerful than a PC before it's release and 7 years later still NO 1080p AAA Games but Everyone seems to forget that.

so the pattern continues with the PS4 and I'm gonna be waiting for a PS4 game to compare to Arma 3 on Ultra.

"Buh buh but Graphics don't matter" is what I will hear in many replies which is why I chose Arma 3 for it's Superior graphics and Advance enemy A.I., physics, Huge game world, and life like gameplay.
MysticStrummer  +   601d ago
If the previous two generations are anything to go by, PS4 will differ from PC gaming by having more award winning games to play on it.

Throw out all the specs you want, but the GotY lists for the last decade show that consoles are the place to be for more award winning games.
jeffgoldwin  +   601d ago
@MysticStrummer

Every magazine has their own "game of the year" winner, so not sure where u think consoles have "won" them for the past 10 years. Besides that, a good 75% average or better from various "winners" are multiplatform (Batman 2011, Skyrim or Mass Effect 3 2012) with significant graphic/mod updates available to the pc versions.

All depends on what magazine/website your reading. There's no standard like the Grammies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
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WUTCHUGUNNADO  +   601d ago
I don't get why people are worrying about bus speeds... Unless it's fully saturated you won't see any benefits.

Ultimately it comes down to the slowest part in the chain.

PS4's CPU already looks pretty weak and the implementation of GDDR5 will only hinder it further.
LocutusEstBorg  +   601d ago
Which is the REALLY shitty GPU to be honeset.
LocutusEstBorg  +   601d ago
PCIe bandwidth doesn't matter when the GPU is as weak as the one in the PS3. It's going to struggle to render anything high quality at 60fps. It can't even handle old games like Battlefield 3 at 1080p 60fps.
hesido  +   601d ago
It's a bottleneck the developers AVOID. That's why you won't see benefits of jumping to 3.0 , yet. After PCI-express 3.0 has enough market penetration (it will take time..) PC devs can begin to move more data around using the bus.
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Walker  +   602d ago
PS4 is gonna be most powerfull gaming machine !
Conzul  +   601d ago
Not counting PCs.
Where PS4 will succeed is in affordability and market penetration. Oh, and exclusives. Dem' exclusives, man!

I used to be a PC elitist. Then I awoke one day and realized that MMOs are not games.
ATi_Elite  +   598d ago
I use to play console games then i awoke one day and realized paying $60 for a 8 hour game is stupid.

Most console games are ONLY worth renting.

Name 5 Console exclusive games that will provide you with 100 hours of non receptive gameplay....YOU CAN"T cause they DO NOT exist.
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AkatsukiPain  +   602d ago
Mark Cerny definitely broke it down really well. It may not be as powerful as the best high end pc's out there but it definitely has its "Advantages" over a high end pc and is why you will see some amazing things from the ps4 that will only benefit pc gamers because they wont have to really worry about crappy ports, if so the devs must be not doing a good job.

@bl0wfish
Your avatar is awesome lol. Perfecto.

Shinra Tensei
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Jdoki  +   601d ago
Does the comparative strengths / weaknesses even matter?

What I know is that there are experiences I can ONLY get on PlayStation, and experiences I can ONLY get on PC, no matter the specs.

I also know that I don't care what resolution stuff like Uncharted, GT5 etc run at, they look fantastic to me, and more importantly they play fantastically as well.

Seeing the demos Sony showed makes me excited about the potential games and services. I don't care if the PS4 is powered by a coked up hamster on a wheel. Killzone looked great and I hope it's an improvement over the previous version (I didn't like the story) - I don't care if it's running at 4k or not or that reflection are ray traced.

One thing I love about consoles is that the games I buy on Day 1 will NOT look as good as the games released after 10 years - the hardware stability allows devs to improve. The same cannot be said of a PC bought at the same time.
cayleee  +   601d ago
"One thing I love about consoles is that the games I buy on Day 1 will NOT look as good as the games released after 10 years - the hardware stability allows devs to improve. The same cannot be said of a PC bought at the same time."

How so?

Equip a PC with a 8800GTX, play games from 2006 then play games from 2012. Games from 2012 will look better and yea the same PC will most likely play them in 1080p. Good luck doing that on console.

As an example load up BC2 then Load up BF3, Same PC BF3 will look better.

Its not like Consoles magically get stronger every year. Optimizations happen, like the introduction of FXAA, the samethings make it through to PC hence it does get better over time.
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Jdoki  +   601d ago
What I was getting at (and obviously explaining badly :) )was playing stuff 'as intended' by the dev.

Lets say I bought Battlefield 3 when it launched, and had a PC capable of running it at Max settings and at a huge resolution @ 60fps.

If I kept the same PC for a similar lifecycle as a console (lets say 7 years). Then bought Battlefield 8 (or whatever the latest version is at the time for PC). It is highly likely that I would need to lower the detail settings and / or reduce the resolution to make it playable - and in doing so it may look worse, same, or better than the old BF3.

But it certainly wouldn't be playable as intended by the devs at Max settings and high resolution as the target top level hardware would have moved on - whereas with a console, as devs get more experienced with the same hardware games will always look exactly as the dev intended, and in almost all cases better (i.e. Uncharted 1 and 3 or even God of War 3 to Ascension).
jeffgoldwin  +   601d ago
@Jdoki

I really don't think Skyrim on the Ps3 ever worked as the devs intended with all those bugs and resets.

Also, gpu companies (amd & nividia) update their software to run games up to 20% faster/stable in some cases every few months.

Set down and walk away from your console sipping Kool-Aid, and just know they both do improve over time. Not just that black box you worship before bedtime, but both.
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evilbart  +   601d ago
When i come home from work I like to sit on the couch turn on the ps3 and turn on the tv and play games with a controller.
The last thing I want to think about is installing the latest drivers or worrying if my graphics card will play the latest games on high settings.
This is where consoles differ,I dont have the time or the desire to be constantly tweaking and upgrading a pc.
I just want to relax and enjoy the ease of console gaming so I dont really care if a pc can be higher in quality because I dont have the time or money to invest in it,but goodluck to those who do and enjoy it as a hobby but for me it will always be the convience of console gaming.
Rageanitus  +   601d ago
Worry about latest drivers.... times have changed man...

All these arguments are based off back in the 90's
cayleee  +   601d ago
Even worry about the specs arguement is old. Games are designed with old console hardware in mind. Hence even old PC hardware handles the games fine.

In regards to driver updates, its actually more of a problem with console now.

Imagine if you wanted to play a game and a firmware update came up(its the same thing as a driver update just reworded).

On PC its upto you if you would like to take the driver update. On console you are forced to take the update or you cant play, even if you game was working fine before the update. Not the case with PC. On PC its your choice when you want to take the update or even if you want to take it.

So i would give the benefit to the PC in this regard.
imchuckbass  +   601d ago
Says the guy that waits for this firmware update to be downloaded, installed, and then waits another 10 minutes for his game to be installed to the hard drive because blu-ray is too slow

Finally, the game is installed! I can play :D

Oh wait no, game update 1.02 on day of release, now I have to sit around and wait for this to download and install too

Game (finally) starts. Waits for SONY! ACTIVISION! and other publisher logo screens that can't be skipped

I could go on lol
evilbart  +   601d ago
I guess there is no point arguing with the PC nerds they can NEVER be wrong lol
Mr Tretton  +   601d ago
@evilbart, 'PC nerds' know what they're talking about. You don't. Also, console gaming can be as expensive as PC considering Steam prices drop faster than console. You end up 'buying' your money back. I bought several, quality modern games last year for the price of one during Steam sales. Saved hundreds.
Rageanitus  +   601d ago
Consoles have static specs.
Gaming PC's not so much.

Best to compare it to a gaming laptop.
josephayal  +   601d ago
differ? PS4 is equal to a high end PC

Galaxy Note 2 'with no scratches or usage marks whatsoever'
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level 360  +   601d ago
One thing's for sure the ratio of the PS4 ( once it's finally out ) being *used more for gaming by gamers will likely be higher compared to PC - which I think is mostly for info, buying stuff and porn.
reynod  +   601d ago
Unlikely. PS4 will have to build from a base of 0 gamers.

PC already have millions playing it. Steam alone has 50 million PC users. It would take PS4 years to catch up to that base alone and its not like Steam will stop growing in the mean time.

Now add in the other networks and its easy to see PS4 or any other console may never catch up with the PC user base.

The advantage PC holds is there are no gens hence user bases dont get reset as on console. Once PS4 is out there will be a disconnect PS3 gamers cant play with PS4 gamers online. So the community seperates.

Make an upgrade on a PC and you can still play with your buddies who have older hardware. That way older games tend to carry on having communities and communitiy only keeps growing not the same on console.
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kneon  +   601d ago
PC sales and usage is declining as more and more people find tablets and phones are all they really need.

Now that doesn't really impact the core PC gamers but it does diminish the number of casual gamers that are playing on PC so the overall number of PC gamers really could go down.
imchuckbass  +   601d ago
It seems that these consoles always have a bottleneck to reach that low price point. For the ps3 it was the RAM, and arguably the gpu

For the ps4 they've corrected the memory issue, but forgotten about the cpu - 1.6ghz tablet?! REALLY?! is that piece of rubbish seriously supposed to be powering games in 2018?

I can see the gist of developer articles in 2015 now - "We really wanted to do it, but the tablet cpu just wouldn't allow it"
one2thr  +   601d ago
I thought the cpu was custom built with two 4-core Jaguar cpu's plus gpu on one die?...

And that the CPU would strictly work on logics, physics, and other needed calculations, without having to be slowed down or plagued with the task of running mentioned task and the OS at once...
one2thr  +   601d ago
I thought the cpu was custom built with two 4-core Jaguar cpu's plus gpu on one die?...

And that the CPU would strictly work on logics, physics, and other needed calculations, without having to be slowed down or plagued with the task of running mentioned functions and the OS at once...
mrmancs  +   601d ago
next gen consoles bring forth new game engines.. Wonder why that is?if you dont have a engine that lives up to the Sum of its parts , then the parts are more or less useless.(over powered gaming pc)
andrewer  +   601d ago
Not being a High End PC, duh
Martywren  +   601d ago
*Yawns* nothing too see here.
Sieg  +   601d ago
While the PS4 have potentials but you guys forget that the console is not even out yet. Be patient and wait for the real comparison. While the PC is vastly superior because of the productivity and a console is only for gaming(and watching video too but I can do that I phone). The real question here is can the PS4 run a game with the same setting as a mid/high range pc at a playable frame rate?
GraveLord  +   601d ago
PC fanboys are so ignorant on console technology. It's sad really.
jeffgoldwin  +   601d ago
The fewer the bubbles you have, the lower your I.Q.
strickers  +   601d ago
PC guys knowing components is like a car guy giving an opinion on how a car handles based on it's engine .
They ignore the fact the "tablet" CPU has become 2 stuck together or that more stuff is designed to operate on GPU than PC equivalent .
You don't know what you think you know.
I'm not saying PS4 will out power a high end PC but look at what ps3/360 is capable of based on specs. These new machines will be far superior in design terms
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jocomat9  +   601d ago
^Well said^ and exactly what i was thinking. The ps3 was outdated when it came out but look at the games it has pumping out. Games like uncharted 3 on a 7-8 year old outdated tech. All i care about is that ps4 is at least 2-3 times stronger then ps3 overall. And I'll be happy.
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sorane  +   601d ago
Having much less power is the big difference....... I expect a lot of disagree from people that can't deal with that FACT
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MuhammadJA  +   601d ago
For being a closed system. That's how it differs from gaming PCs.
NeoTribe  +   601d ago
Pc will be playing catch up for the next decade. Thats whats up.
SonyPS4  +   601d ago
No it won't.
cartman313  +   601d ago
As long as the PS4 can do 1080p 60fps and no jaggies I'm down...
fsfsxii  +   601d ago
Why are people fighting???! What makes a system good is the games that are on the system, PC has a good share of good games throughout the past years and PS4 appearently is going to have awesome game too.
Max-Zorin  +   601d ago
Wow. Was it ever possible to have a normal conversation here without resorting to insults?

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