plethora of high-profile features that allow players
to do incredible things.
Don't believe us? Here's a rundown of the PS4’s 10 best features that
User will Experience after Buying Play station 4 Console.
10. The DualShock 4 – Not Your Routine Controller
While some people have grown accustomed to the DualShock 3 controller
– especially considering it replaced the somewhat light SIXAXIS – Sony
did some research into its next-generation peripheral. As a result,
we've got the DualShock 4, which feels like a dream. With more
comfortable triggers (no more "finger pinching," thankfully),
comfortable analog sticks and a TouchPad that interacts with certain
games, it’s perhaps the best controller that Sony’s made.
9. PS4 Apps
Like the PlayStation 3 before it, PlayStation 4 will come with a
number of apps. Feel like watching a movie on Netflix? Perhaps you're in
the mood for a good old-fashioned anime from CrunchyRoll? Eleven
different applications are available for download on day one, featuring
everything from diverse programming to sports action. You may require a
supplementary subscription, but if it's something you're looking for,
it's definitely worth it.
8. Streaming Favorites from the Past
Although the service won't be available at launch, Sony is hard at
work with its Gaikai team to present cloud streaming to the PlayStation
4. This allows users to access a number of hits from previous
PlayStation systems on their current consoles, without having to worry
about sacrificing important storage space. The main priority is
PlayStation 3 games, such as The Last of Us and Uncharted 3: Drake's
Deception, though other titles from PlayStation 1 and PlayStation 2 are
possible. We'll see how these plans unfold come 2014.
7. Play Games During the Installation Process
One big problem that plagued certain PS3 users was having to wait for
a game to completely download before playing it. Seeing as how some of
them were huge – 11 GB for Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, for
example – it could take forever. However, some games on the PlayStation 4
have an "instant play" option, where you can start playing right away
while a game installs from the disc, once you put it in the drive. It
isn't confirmed yet if the procedure is similar to downloadable games
from the PlayStation Network, but the possibility is certainly there.
6. A 500 GB Hard Drive, With the Option for Expansion
Numerous PlayStation 4 games will require a good amount of space to
run efficiently. For instance, Knack will need 37 GB of hard drive
space, while Killzone: Shadow Fall takes up 43 GB. Not to worry, though,
as the system will come with a built-in 500 GB hard drive. In addition,
and like the PlayStation 3 before it, you can remove the hard drive and
expand its space, as it takes up to 1.5 TB (terabyte) -- and perhaps
even bigger. With all the games coming out, the bigger the better.
5. A More Personalized Friend System
Usually, when you're looking over player stats or who's online, you
have to resort to a plain old friend list, with only a few details here
and there. With the PlayStation 4, Sony took the experience a little
deeper, with the ability to build a much more detailed friend profile.
You can put together content that details yourself and match it up with
others, and see recommendations for games, movies and other programming
with the push of a button. It's important to know what your friends are
up to, instead of just "well, they're offline."
4. The Second Screen Experience
We know what Microsoft can do with its second-screen experience with
SmartGlass. Sony, however, doubled that effort, making the PlayStation 4
not only accessible with the PS Vita, but also tablet devices. Using
the Remote Play feature, players can use their Vita as a second screen
for gaming, with just a few button presses. Meanwhile, tablet and
smartphone owners can download a PlayStation app that takes things even
further, like checking out in-game items or downloading content directly
from the PlayStation Store. Everybody wins – though obviously the
PlayStation 4 itself is where the games are.
3. The "Share" Button
With "Share," users don't have to worry about getting the right kind
of equipment to show others what they can do. Instead, you'll connect
with Twitch.tv – once you've got your account settings in place – and
broadcast either through live streaming, or set up a gaming highlight
that you can share with others across the PlayStation Network. Just
think – instead of telling a story about a boss battle, you can actually
show them. For up to 15 minutes, anyway. Really, that's all you need.
2. Deeper Game Experiences
One glimpse at Killzone: Shadow Fall and Infamous: Second Son, and
you can tell that Sony's developers are hard at work making game
experiences look as cinematic as ever. The environments are deeper, the
graphics richer and the gameplay more advanced. To think, this is just
the tip of the iceberg. Can you imagine what the team at Naughty Dog,
the creators of The Last of Us, is up to for the next generation? Not to
mention the other teams. We can’t wait for E3 2014.
1. Tremendous Indie Support
Sony welcomed independent game developers right from the start, and
the PlayStation 4 will continue to support them a hundred fold. Several
indie superstars are already on board with the console, with games like
Transistor, Hotline Miami 2, Octodad, Mercenary Kings and a number of
others. Furthermore, with the self-publish option, developers can forego
the usual bothersome fees and distribute to their waiting audience.
This could be a huge feature for potential developers who don't feel
like being weighed down.
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