Are You Ready For Playstation 4?

There have been rumors for over 4 years now about the Playstation 4.  Sony has released small amounts of information over the past few years including the fact that they are working on something with the code name “Orbis.”  There are new rumors about what the next generation of Playstation will be able to do, and what it won’t.

While I am not a huge video game fan, there are so many bonus features on the Sony PS3.  Not only is it in high definition for video games, but it play’s Blu-Ray discs and even connects to the internet via Wi-Fi.  With the internet connection, you can easily stream videos from places like Hulu and Nextflix, with ease.  And with the news of the next Sony gaming system starting to surface, questions are being raised about what the new system will be able to do.

According to, there are a handful of changes that come with the new system.  Most of the changes are pretty good, however, good always comes with bad.  They say one of the biggest changes is that the system won’t be able to play used games.  So if you don’t want to pay full price for a game and want to pick up a used copy of it, you will be out of luck.  But this is because the new system seems to not even need the discs to play the game.  Once you load the disc in the system, it will be able to play it off the memory.  You can keep up to date about the new system at

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