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PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Voucher

 

PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Voucher

  • Includes a digital game voucher for The Last of Us Remastered.
  • "Suspend mode" eliminates the load time on your saved game and allows you to immediately return to where you left off by pressing the power button.
  • PS4 enables the greatest game developers in the world to unlock their creativity and push the boundaries of play through a platform that is tuned specifically to their needs.
  • Engage in endless personal challenges between you and your community, and share your epic moments for the world to see.
  • Gamers can share their epic triumphs by hitting the "SHARE button" on the controller, scan through the last few minutes of gameplay, tag it and return to the game.
  • PlayStation 4 redefines rich and immersive gameplay with powerful graphics and speed, intelligent personalization, deeply integrated social capabilities, and innovative second-screen features
  • Background downloading and updating capability also allows you to immediately play digital titles as they download, or update the system when the hardware is powered off.
  • PlayStation 4 lets you instantly share images and videos of your favorite gameplay moments on Facebook with a single press of the "share" button on the Dualshock 4 controller.
  • Broadcast while you play in real-time through Ustream, allowing friends to comment or jump into your game in new ways.

List Price: $ 399.99 Price: $ 340.00

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  1. David says:
    24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You Can Do Far Worse Than The PS4, May 29, 2015
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    David

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    This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Voucher (Video Game)
    As a lifelong Sony kool-aid drinker when it comes toward major consoles, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I purchased this bundle.
    Having used the PS3 for 5 years, I wasn’t exactly eager to make an upgrade because why fix it if it ain’t broken, but when I found out certain games I wanted (Arkham Knight, Battlefront 3, ect) wouldn’t be available on the PS3, I decided it’s time to upgrade.

    I’m not going to repeat what many of the others have said, so I’ll go over some different aspects.

    After two weeks with the system:
    I’m glad I made the switch. I’m not a major gamer, but for the games I do enjoy, this was certainly the right choice to make. MLB: 15, Injustice and

    The interface, controller, ease of access and rest mode are all fantastic.

    The controller feels much more natural in your hands.

    I’m not fond over the lack of free themes.

    It feels weird not seeing a “start” button on the controller, but you’ll get used to this quickly.

    Rest mode is fantastic. I love being able to pause a game, exit the room and return an hour or two later and pick the game back up where I left off without needing to turn the system back on.

    If you’re on the fence about getting this system, hop on over: maybe you can do better, but you can do far worse.

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  2. Ali Ashraf says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great console – got me back into gaming!, June 7, 2015
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    Ali Ashraf (Carlsbad, CA) –
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    This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Voucher (Video Game)
    First console i’ve bought in about 15 years. At some point I must’ve thought I was too old for video games. Who am I kidding?!? Last of Us had me glued to the T.V. for about 3 days straight. My only complaint is that all the games i’m interested in playing aren’t out yet, and won’t be out till the end of this year! Not Sony’s fault though! Overall i’m impressed with the functionality of the console and really enjoyed the Last of Us bundle.

    I will say make sure you wait to get a bundle that has more than just Last of Us. For instance, the bundle I got had an extra controller, but i’ve seen bundles that have up to two more games included. Always price check to make sure your getting the bundle with the most value!!!

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  3. W. freeman says:
    16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Why I (finally) Chose PS4-Long Review, June 16, 2015
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    W. freeman (fairmont, wv) –
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    This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Voucher (Video Game)

    Upon owning both systems last year with very little content, I found the PS4 to be the best for several reasons. Even though the Xbox One may offer more multimedia features, I just couldn’t (didn’t want) to keep it. I’m not a Halo fan, Forza was fun but gets old, (I own the first Horizon on 360/Forza 3 and 4), so go figure as to why I grew tired of it. Also the only game i’m keenly interested in is Rise Of The Tomb Raider, and I can settle for it on 360. I’m sure it won’t be miles better on Xbox One. Even though it’s a great system with some things going for it. I just can’t get past a lot of different things. So I don’t know that I’ll ever get one, or want another. The only thing that was really a super + was the DLNA content abilities. But I think Sony will surely implement that, sometime this fall. Also with Netflix on the rise, you can find pretty much anything you want anyway. Or pay 89$ for a Roku.

    I think I’ll just do the pro’s and con’s of both systems since this will be the last console review (this gen) that I’ll ever write. Btw I’m 39, been gaming since Atari 2600, so I’ve seen them all and played them all. Also built gaming rigs, and just been around technology my whole life. So no I’m not some teen fanboy, writing an article to impress people, or tell them which one to buy. These are just MY opinions.

    PS4
    PROS
    1. Runs 90% of games at Native 1080p, a few at 900p, I’m not sure of any at 720p. Since I have a nice LED 1080p TV. This is what I prefer.
    2. Controller feels better on most games, and the R1 R2, L1 L2 buttons have more cushion than Xbox. Good feel.
    3. Takes longer for Exclusives to come, but the level of creativity Sony has is still unsurpassed. Especially after being around for over 70 years, making other products. After seeing games like Uncharted 4, Until Dawn, The Last Guardian, FF7, among others. I finally said yep, even if I have to wait it’ll be worth it.
    4. 3rd party titles play and run better on PS4, with very little lag, or “noticeable” framerate drops. Not that it never has had any. But it’s minimal
    5. Even though i’m a bit tired of Definitive Editions, Remasters, Revamps etc. I don’t mind games like The Last Of Us, the upcoming Uncharted Collection, God Of War III and probably a few others. Since Sony has always had the better exclusives, and more of them. Even though they don’t have as many as Microsoft (at the moment). They will come.
    6. UI is smooth as silk, and quick, no lag, no download issues, nothing. While the “attack” on PSN was a pain, you could still at least play your single player games offline. And save your game data to a USB drive.
    7. Smaller, sleek, one small simple plug, set up is less and 2 minutes, if that. From the time you turn it on. Even the update takes very little time. Then again I have a 50mb connection, which works great.
    8. Much more “future proof” imo. And better as an overall gaming machine.
    CONS
    1. Short battery life in the controllers internal battery. And using the power save mode for them to turn off, doesn’t always work.
    2. Console is pretty loud with a puny fan. But it does it’s job, if you didn’t hear it, that would mean the system would obviously burn up eventually. This use to bother me, but not so much anymore.
    3. I would honestly rather have the AA batteries rather than plug the controller in to charge.
    4. Just waiting on the DLNA update. But I have many other ways to watch movies etc. USB music is fine as well. Nothing bad enough for me to drop a star.

    XBOX ONE
    PROS
    1. More apps (obviously), DLNA content. More of a hardcore media hub than a hardcore gaming system.
    2. Games like Ryse, Forza 2, Sunset Overdrive and even Ori And The Blind Forest look great. But the exclusives IMO have run out of steam to fast. Not much “lasting appeal”. Except for maybe Halo MCC, which I’m not a fan of anyway.
    3. The size in this case is a good thing, no noise what so ever. Has a fan that senses when the system is getting to hot and adjusts accordingly. Much like a thermostat. Instead of getting louder, it uses a special sensor.
    4. I actually do like the AA batteries, the controller lasts for weeks instead of hours.
    5. Microsoft keeps you up to date every month.
    6. DX12 and Windows 10 may be interesting. But won’t really give the system any serious performance boosts, or any noticeable difference in graphics. PC on the other hand, will. (Neither a pro nor con really)
    7. A lot more exclusives (for now). Then again, you have to really enjoy them to begin with.
    8. Downloads are twice as fast as PS4, if (in my case) it uses an Open Nat Type. Which PS4 uses type 2. Moderate.
    CONS
    1. Most games run at 900p (even exclusives), many 720p titles. Very few “Native 1080p” titles, mostly upscaled. Most racing games or remasters would be the exception.
    2. Controller…

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