Joystiq Review: PlayStation 4

For much of the PlayStation 3's existence, the PlayStation Network was seen as second fiddle to Microsoft's Xbox Live, which offered more content and more features – at a price. Over the past couple of years, the tables began to turn, with PSN's free service matching the premium tier of Xbox Live almost feature for feature. Meanwhile, for $50 a year, PlayStation Plus gives its members entire collections of popular and critically-acclaimed games at no extra cost.

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ThatEnglishDude1708d ago ShowReplies(1)
Guelly02091708d ago

I play COD, BF4 and killzone, add me Rack-Em_Killa12, I play other games too but these are the main MP..

MakiManPR1708d ago

This Review is not yet ready. Not even a Review yet

yellowgerbil1708d ago

pretty good review. Not bashing the lack of 100games at launch because it isn't backwards compatible like some other reviews.
Interesting about the systems plastic outside shell being soft, luckily I don't travel with mine.
Can't wait for tomorrow at midnight!

crosstrigger1708d ago

There is no doubt that PS4's hardware is superior to Xbox's but what is being lost in the "Resolution-Gate" or whatever they are calling it, is the sheer fact that neither system has the launch game to sell the console. We as a community play the games, not the 1080P, not the 720p. Those are important compnents that can make a game that much better, but without the game mechanics and story you get a very pretty game like Knack. Give it a year and PS4 will be at it's peak with insane games and unless Microsoft does something very drastic I can't see them winning this "Console War". I'm still buying both cause I'm a collector and I can't not buy them lol.

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