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  2. www.ign.com › 2014/11/21 › playstation-4-re-reviewPlayStation 4 Review - IGN

    Nov 21, 2014 · The PlayStation 4 is an attractive system, with a sleek profile that keeps to a modern aesthetic. The box is small, with clean lines that extend even to the thin LED strip that displays its power ...

    • 5 min
    • Steve Butts
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    • The Console
    • The Dualshock 4
    • The PlayStation Camera
    • The OS: XMB Reborn
    • Remote Play

    Jet black with sharp, angular edges and a blend of matte and high-gloss plastic, the PS4 distances itself from the curved lines found on the PS3, and instead follows the design language found on Sony’s broader range of smartphones, tablets, and home entertainment products. The result is a distinctly more mature, high-end look and feel. The thin LED illuminated strip that pierces through the topmost panel offers a burst of color and light, but also serves a practical purpose by indicating the various states of the system’s operation — orange while on standby, pulsing blue when powering up or shutting down, and a steady white while in use. On the front, two thin, semi-metallic capacitive buttons align with the light strip — one for toggling the system power, the other for ejecting discs from the slot-loading drive. It’s the most elegant console design in PlayStation history and one of the best looking products Sony has ever produced. But the PS4’s form is sometimes at odds with its fu...

    The DualShock 4 resolves just about every common criticism of the DualShock 3, and in my view, ranks alongside the exceptional Xbox 360 gamepad. It’s bigger, more ergonomic, and at long last, has concave thumbsticks and triggers. Whereas the DualShock 3’s handles were small and its convex triggers were counterintuitive, the DualShock 4 feels substantial and conforms to your hands with ridged indented thumbsticks and flat triggers that wrap around the pads of your fingers. The handles are approximately half an inch longer and have a wider, more rounded shape that rests comfortably in your palms. The thumbsticks are shorter with more resistance, creating a better sense of precision and responsiveness. The buttons of the D-pad are slightly larger and pivot inward for better tactile differentiation, while the X, square, triangle, and circle buttons are largely the same. What’s most striking about the DualShock 4 is how everything from the D-pad to the action buttons — and even the cente...

    Like the DualShock 4’s lightbar, the PlayStation Camera is clearly part of a long-term vision not yet fully realized. The optional $59.99 add-on can be used to log in to the system using visual recognition, issue voice commands, motion detection for select games, and video broadcasting, but at launch, software support and the effectiveness of each function is so limited that it’s hard to recommend the purchase. Users can calibrate the camera to recognize them once the system boots up, but rather than just recognizing a player and logging in, the PS4 requires you to raise a DualShock 4 into view as an added authentication step. Although reasonably precise and responsive, the process is less intuitive and effective than just using the gamepad to begin with. The camera also listens for certain voice commands, which can be used to launch a game or app, power down the system, take screenshots, or swap users. For the most part, the system detects vocal cues rapidly and accurately, but env...

    The PS4’s operating system is gorgeous, straightforward, and fast, improving and expanding upon the PS3’s XMB interface with a greater focus on social interaction and content. All of the core functions, such as the PSN Store, your profile, and Trophies, are all presented in a linear horizontal row using much of the same iconography found on the PS3 and PS Vita. Rather than burying content under categories, Sony has crafted a new subsection of shortcuts to all of your installed apps and games, organized by most recently launched. Although far more visually appealing with its high-resolution thumbnails, the view can become unwieldy as your collection grows. At launch, there’s no way to group or pin your favorite content, which seems like an odd, obvious oversight. The opportunity to interact with PSN friends permeates every corner of the OS, which stands in stark contrast to the sterile, isolated social experience of the PS3. There’s a new consolidated activity feed called What’s New,...

    On the PS3, Remote Play turned out to be an empty promise, but on the PS4, it could be a system seller. With a Wi-Fi connection, you can access your PS4 and play games remotely from your PS Vita. After a one-time pairing, your PS Vita can wake your PS4 from standby mode anywhere in your house. Though the Vita lacks the triggers and thumbstick buttons of the DualShock 4, most games will map those functions to sections of the rear touchpad. In cases like Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, you can even navigate the in-game map using the touchscreen. Remote Play performance will hinge entirely upon your wireless network. In my home, I was able to get stable performance across multiple rooms and up to 40 feet from my base station, though due to the makeup of my building, dead zones are common – you may experience greater or shorter range. Regardless of whether a connection is dropped or you activate Remote Play mid-session, you never have to restart a game or your system. Remote Play is als...

    • 2 min
    • Scott Lowe
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