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So, no Kinect, no online requirement, no used game restriction by the system, cheaper, slightly better hardware...

Sony, take my money!!!
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Preordered PS4 from Amazon - 416 USD delivered vs $549 in Australia. Now hopefully the dollar doesnt drop too much.
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Originally Posted by Marin View Post

Wow, what a steal. Thanks Sony!

Oh never knew you get stuff for free with it. Interesting.

Will we be able to play old PS1 games on the PS4? I have a few on my PSP.
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Well you currently get stuff for free with Xbox Live now apparently also. Going by an article on MSN. It coincides with the new edition of the Xbox 360 that's been released.
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Well you currently get stuff for free with Xbox Live now apparently also. Going by an article on MSN. It coincides with the new edition of the Xbox 360 that's been released.

Yes, but Live Gold only gives you 2 games each month. PS+ has about 15 already included, and they cycle out 4-5 new ones each month.

Plus, the free games offer with Live Gold are only good up to the launch of the XBone, but with PS+, you get free PS4 games as well (as mentioned in the E3 demonstration). Granted, the PS4 games are indie games, but still well worth the PS+'s $4 and change per month.

Plus, I doubt they're cutting PS+ support for the PS3 (or Vita) off when the PS4 releases.
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Preordered PS4 from Amazon - 416 USD delivered vs $549 in Australia. Now hopefully the dollar doesnt drop too much.

Is it cheaper to pre-order?

Heck, I don't even know if I should buy a PS4. I'd have no where to put it thinking.gif
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Yes, but Live Gold only gives you 2 games each month. PS+ has about 15 already included, and they cycle out 4-5 new ones each month.

Plus, the free games offer with Live Gold are only good up to the launch of the XBone, but with PS+, you get free PS4 games as well (as mentioned in the E3 demonstration). Granted, the PS4 games are indie games, but still well worth the PS+'s $4 and change per month.

Plus, I doubt they're cutting PS+ support for the PS3 (or Vita) off when the PS4 releases.

So now it is Ok for Sony to charge for online rolleyes.gif

XBL is still giving more back for the money you spend on it. 2 free games a month, and they said through the launch not till. Still can go on afterward as they did not claim it would end with the release of the one. Dedicated Servers, Better Cloud service, More Media functions. PSN has yet to show it can do anything better then XBL yet.

Most all of the Indie PS4 games can be played on Stream, some no doubt green lit by steam. Not really exclusive.

MS has more Exclusive games for the One vs the PS4, and more of them are ready for lauch compared to many of the ps4 exclusives coming after launch.
As for Xboe One exclusive games

RYSE
Quantum Break
Titanfall
Crimson Dragon
Forza 5
Halo 5
Project Spark
Dead Rising 3

Are just some of the already announced titles, and this isn't all that was shown ether.

Xbox Ones has all the games install to the HDD for faster game loading times, also doesn't require you to need to use the disc and if you disc ever gets damaged the cloud will fill in any broken data.
Also has the ability to offload onto the cloud.

I don't know about you but I see MS with a huge game and feature advantage.

Console will probably become lead platform for 3rd party titles, making the console experiance for those games better on the One.

Controller is better on the xbox.

List can keep going on.
Edited by DzillaXx - 6/11/13 at 2:34am
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thumb.gif Someone that isn't blind to obvious and freely obtainable facts

Just in case he needs some article on it...

http://www.vgchartz.com/article/250980/playstation-3-lifetime-sales-overtakes-the-xbox-360/
Xbox 360 has sold over 17million more in America, which is interesting. Everywhere else PS3 sold better, but let's not forget the Wii outsold them both every where..Xbox 360 is close to beating the Wii in America though.
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So now it is Ok for Sony to charge for online rolleyes.gif

XBL is still giving more back for the money you spend on it. 2 free games a month, and they said through the launch not till. Still can go on afterward as they did not claim it would end with the release of the one. Dedicated Servers, Better Cloud service, More Media functions. PSN has yet to show it can do anything better then XBL yet.

Most all of the Indie PS4 games can be played on Stream, some no doubt green lit by steam. Not really exclusive.

MS has more Exclusive games for the One vs the PS4, and more of them are ready for lauch compared to many of the ps4 exclusives coming after launch.
As for Xboe One exclusive games

RYSE
Quantum Break
Titanfall
Crimson Dragon
Forza 5
Halo 5
Project Spark
Dead Rising 3

Are just some of the already announced titles, and this isn't all that was shown ether.

Xbox Ones has all the games install to the HDD for faster game loading times, also doesn't require you to need to use the disc and if you disc ever gets damaged the cloud will fill in any broken data.
Also has the ability to offload onto the cloud.

I don't know about you but I see MS with a huge game and feature advantage.

Console will probably become lead platform for 3rd party titles, making the console experiance for those games better on the One.

Controller is better on the xbox.

List can keep going on.
You forgot Kill Instinct, which will be free at launch. And on a side note, there's a great chance Kingdom Heart 3 isn't even a exclusive.
Edited by paulerxx - 6/11/13 at 2:42am
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Originally Posted by DzillaXx View Post

So now it is Ok for Sony to charge for online rolleyes.gif

XBL is still giving more back for the money you spend on it. 2 free games a month, and they said through the launch not till. Still can go on afterward as they did not claim it would end with the release of the one. Dedicated Servers, Better Cloud service, More Media functions. PSN has yet to show it can do anything better then XBL yet.

Most all of the Indie PS4 games can be played on Stream, some no doubt green lit by steam. Not really exclusive.

MS has more Exclusive games for the One vs the PS4, and more of them are ready for lauch compared to many of the ps4 exclusives coming after launch.
As for Xboe One exclusive games

RYSE
Quantum Break
Titanfall
Crimson Dragon
Forza 5
Halo 5
Project Spark
Dead Rising 3

Are just some of the already announced titles, and this isn't all that was shown ether.

Xbox Ones has all the games install to the HDD for faster game loading times, also doesn't require you to need to use the disc and if you disc ever gets damaged the cloud will fill in any broken data.
Also has the ability to offload onto the cloud.

I don't know about you but I see MS with a huge game and feature advantage.

Console will probably become lead platform for 3rd party titles, making the console experiance for those games better on the One.

Controller is better on the xbox.

List can keep going on.

Very interesting.

Will the faster and larger game usable RAM of the PS4 negate the X1's load speed via HDD install?

Why would it become lead? Cuz of the weaker and more complicated hardware? (afaik lowest common denominators get some focus) .. or is it because devs/pubs want to push and push and support MS' DRM?

None are rhetorical btw.
Edited by tubers - 6/11/13 at 2:47am
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