December 15, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Sony’s Playstation 4 is now available in a total of 48 different countries with the release of the console in the following 15 markets: Czech Republic, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, South Africa, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
We know for sure that the console sold out in South Africa within 24 hours of its launch there, and that supplies of the console in the remaining countries are extremely scarce (just as they remain everywhere else the PS4 has launched).
Sony has said that the PS4 will be available in even more countries before the end of this year and that more will follow in 2014, so if your country doesn’t have the console yet, don’t despair. And if you can’t stand the wait, given it is region free (along with the games) then you can always try and grab one from Amazon (when they come back in stock). Just remember that your Blu-Ray region might different to that of the US, which is region 1.Tags: countries, launch, playstation 4, ps4, release
November 10, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Target is running a “buy two get one free” games deal for the Xbox One and now Amazon has just revealed details of its own “buy two get one free” promo for the Playstation 4. Full details are here but basically the promotion will start on Tuesday at 9am PST and run for only four hours until 1pm PST.
What you need to do is select any three of the PS4 games listed below and add them to your cart, then apply the promotional code “GR8TNESS”. You’ll then get all three games for the price of only two!
This is a fantastic deal considering these are console launch titles we’re talking about. The promotion code is limited to one use per user and we suggest you get in early!Tags: amazon, deal, free, games, playstation 4, ps4
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The Playstation 4 comes with a 500GB hard-drive as standard but with some games clocking in at around 50GB each, it won’t take very long to fill that up – particularly if you are going “all digital” this generation and also plan on storing some media on the console (although note that you won’t be able to play much out of the box).
Luckily the PS4 HDD is easily upgradable. You just need to make sure that the new hard-drive you purchase is a 5400 RPM SATA II drive that is no thicker than 9.5mm (and also bigger than 160GB – although we don’t imagine many people will be wanting to downgrade!).
So what’s the procedure exactly? Well thanks to our friends at PCGames.de we’ve got the ultra high resolution images below which should guide you through the process. It looks very easy and the only comment we have is in respect of the back panel itself – there’s nothing tricky in getting it off apparently, just give it a gentle pull and it should pop off. Have fun upgrading!hard-drive, hdd, pictures, playstation 4, ps4, upgrade
October 30, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Today Sony released both US and EU versions of an “Ultimate FAQ” for the Playstation 4. The FAQs cover mostly hardware issues such as media playback, game installation and other console features. Following is a couple of high level points that we picked out.
For us the lack of media server client functionality and the inability to play MP3s are the biggest issues by far. Why Sony would include them in the Playstation 3 and then drop them from the Playstation 4, in the year 2013, is beyond us. Perhaps such functions will be introduced in a future update.Tags: faq, features, media, playstation 4, ps4, sony
October 15, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Just a quick note, Amazon UK has reduced the price of all it’s Playstation 4 bundles by between £5 and £20, so if you’re thinking about pre-ordering now could be the time to do it.
Check out details of all the available bundles right here, a basic list follows:
September 16, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Ever wondered what a couple pallets of Playstation 4 development kits would look like? Well wonder no longer because Naughty Dog games just received 120 of them (individual kits, that is).
The image above was tweeted out by Christophe Balestra, Co-President of the games studio that has most recently achieved massive success with The Last of Us, and is also well-known for the Uncharted series, Jax and Daxter, and the original PlayStation smash hit series Crash Bandicoot.
Here at Cheats.co we can’t wait to see what they have planned for the PS4, but are guessing it’s going to be AWESOME.Tags: devkits, image, naughty dog, playstation 4, ps4