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Discussion in 'Gaming Discussion' started by Rayven, Jun 10, 2013.
My best guess is that without PSPlus, you have to manually install that patch.
How does that work? Download it on a PC and stick it on a USB drive or something?
No, you'll be able to get patches with the free online service Sony offers. PSPlus just enables you to play multiplayer with games and special offers/free games.
The console let's you know there's a patch/update when you start up the game.
Wow. Just wow. Before all these reveals and announcements even came out, I planned to be loyal and buy the next-gen Microsoft console. This was before we had the names and such, mind you. And now, after all these reveals, announcements, etc., I am definitely getting the Playstation 4. Microsoft really mucked it up with the whole online thing (I won't go into details, you all know about it anyway.) That was a total deal-breaker. Plus, there are many exclusives coming (DESTINY). Plus, Elder Scrolls Online. I know ESO is on the Xbox One but still there's the whole online thing. Alright, time for me to shut up
tl;dr Playstation 4 for the win
I couldn't agree more! I was totally gonna post this, but you beat me to it
wow xbox and you pussy thing is even more expensive!
Regarding the visual aspect, I have to agree I was as disappointed as everyone else.
But seeing the progress made by the earlier generations of playstations, from fat to slim and to slimmer, I'm positive we'll be looking at something that resembles an ordinary CD-player in the following years.
Im curious how it will be cooled though...
PS4 didn't even had to undo their zipper, Xbone already did it
Now for one of the most important questions in the history of mankind: where are the games supposed to go?
Jeez. They've really made it awkward.
Nice to have you potentially onboard hun. xxx
i hear rumors that the processor of the new ps4 mabye would be overklocked to 2.0 ghz
that would be nice!
Will the conventional cooling suffice ?
Never will anyone ever suggest or say it's okay to overclock something with basic/"conventional" cooling. Pretty sure one would be suggested to use extra cooling of some sort (likely a form of liquid cooling).
But, overclocking a PS4 would likely require you to open it up, which voids the warranty. Modifying the console would also likely, well, void the warranty. And such stuff gets your console removed from being able to use services, in this case the PSN, and also updating the firmware.
TL;DR: don't do it; if you want to mod something and overclock it get a PC.
what comes skyrim to ps4? i buy it than for the 4th time >: d
Never thought they'd cave, but check out this article:
Microsoft just relented on the internet connection requirements, used games and region locking.
see that 2 hours ago i think... what most people say xbox does it not
for her players but for herself afraid that they lose people!
besides ps4 would be more powerful the one reason to buy!
Agreed. Microsoft seems to have really been in it for itself, and the PS4 is about 40% faster (from what I've read).