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Game Buzz | Episode 20 - PS4 Impressions

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Game Buzz | Episode 20 - PS4 Impressions

In the wake of Sony's big Playstation Meeting wherein they first unveiled their plans for the next generation, we take a look at some of the announcements made surrounding the PS4 reveal, and pick apart the presentation.

Game Buzz | Episode 20 - PS4. Recorded 21st February, 2013.

Parental Advisory: We've tried to keep it as conversational and informal as possible, and you should be warned that there may be some instances of strong language.

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Korma  Feb. 21, 2013 at 19:14

Shopto - are they just guessing?

http://www.shopto.net/video%20games/ps4/PS4HW00-playstation-4-console

£399.85
£449.99 Save 11%

The £50 game era is here at last.

£300 was a pipe dream, not sure what ppl were smoking in the pipe either ;)

lukekey  Feb. 22, 2013 at 08:23

I paid nearly £60 for mortal combat on snes in the early 90s.and £300 plus for the console, comparably things are better and cheaper than they where,(just sayin)

ChrisHyde  Feb. 22, 2013 at 09:09

Loving the Wavebird shoutout!

Yeah I remember when Turok 2 on the N64 was £70.

I think I agree with Carl with the sum up of this being a "tease". Essentially this tees everything up rather nicely for E3, as I still think Sony have a few big reveals - machine aside - for the PS4.

Korma  Feb. 22, 2013 at 09:11

I paid nearly £60 for mortal combat on snes in the early 90s.and £300 plus for the console, comparably things are better and cheaper than they where,(just sayin)


Yeah back when you had limited places you could buy games, before the internet swooped in with more competition.

I was more referring to the RRP of £60 leading to the £50 discounted price. With the amount of online places struggling/closed since the Jersey loophole was closed that might be a factor too, but the days of being able to pre-order for £29.99 before even using a code were not that long ago.

Just the idea that buying 3 games in a month is £150 and seeing how the quality of some games is very lacklustre even if they do get a day 1 patch. Plus day one DLC and microtransactions, it's going to be hard to justify when there are still so many good games you could pick up second hand and wait for the price to drop a bit.

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