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Rumor: Secret Email Hints At Huge PS5 Reveal In Feb 2020

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The PS4 pro and PSVR I have are great, they are they epitome of this entire generation of gaming I believe because of the quality and quantity of games it has. Glad it won this gen for its innovation, combining friendly features, and has great graphics and power for its price. I am excited to see what next gen brings. Especially excited about next gen graphics and ray tracing, because so far PlayStation first party games have been blowing the competition away with visual fidelity towards realism.

I'm ready for the PlayStation 5.



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method114 said:
Man it's crazy how fast time has gone by. Barely feel like the PS4 has even been out that long.

I pre ordered my PS4 and have been playing it this entire generation and i also feel like it went way too fast, the PS3 gen was also 7 years and it felt longer, i guess this is what happens when you got tons of great games to play all the time.



Well, whenever the PS5 is released, I think most people would be best off waiting a couple years. The PS3 took until summer 2008 to really start getting good exclusive games. PS4 didn't have much outside of Bloodborne, and Infamous for the first couple years. Best model of the PS3 came out in 2008. PS4 didn't get a its best model until 2016. Even PS2 had the slim later on.

Anyway, don't get a PS5 at launch. Sony is awesome, but the first couple years of PS consoles have been rough the last couple generations.



Alex_The_Hedgehog said:
BraLoD said:
Feels like 2013

2013 was one of the best years in my life.

Great to know. Hope you have a lot of years like that yet to come.



Cerebralbore101 said:
Well, whenever the PS5 is released, I think most people would be best off waiting a couple years. The PS3 took until summer 2008 to really start getting good exclusive games. PS4 didn't have much outside of Bloodborne, and Infamous for the first couple years. Best model of the PS3 came out in 2008. PS4 didn't get a its best model until 2016. Even PS2 had the slim later on.

Anyway, don't get a PS5 at launch. Sony is awesome, but the first couple years of PS consoles have been rough the last couple generations.

I feel like Ghost of Tsushima is a game that if end up having a PS4 version would benefit a lot from being played in the PS5, it looks like too much for the PS4.

If it ends up being PS5 exclusive it's already more than enough reason to buy it day one.



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Repeat of the idea of the release of PS4? Well that would be a to safe of a rumor.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994

estebxx said:
method114 said:
Man it's crazy how fast time has gone by. Barely feel like the PS4 has even been out that long.

I pre ordered my PS4 and have been playing it this entire generation and i also feel like it went way too fast, the PS3 gen was also 7 years and it felt longer, i guess this is what happens when you got tons of great games to play all the time.

Same I was there first day picking one up and I just can't believe were already talking about the PS5 announcement. Not to mention that massive backlog of games I have already. Good thing everything is backwards compatible or rumored to be anyways cause I'll need it. Probably spend most of my early days on PS5 trying to catch up minus the new game here and there that I can't possibly wait to play 



BraLoD said:
Cerebralbore101 said:
Well, whenever the PS5 is released, I think most people would be best off waiting a couple years. The PS3 took until summer 2008 to really start getting good exclusive games. PS4 didn't have much outside of Bloodborne, and Infamous for the first couple years. Best model of the PS3 came out in 2008. PS4 didn't get a its best model until 2016. Even PS2 had the slim later on.

Anyway, don't get a PS5 at launch. Sony is awesome, but the first couple years of PS consoles have been rough the last couple generations.

I feel like Ghost of Tsushima is a game that if end up having a PS4 version would benefit a lot from being played in the PS5, it looks like too much for the PS4.

If it ends up being PS5 exclusive it's already more than enough reason to buy it day one.

It will probably run great on Pro, and PS5, but horribly on regular PS4. I expect PS5 to be a great upgrade for anybody that never had a Pro, but wants to play PS4 games at Pro graphics levels, or beyond. Pro owners though can wait a few years, unless they are absolutely dying to play all the newest third party AAA games. For me though, that's what a new PC build will be for. PS5 will be my exclusives and timed exclusives machine. Also my machine for playing any game that becomes EGS exclusive, or has Denuvo. 



Cerebralbore101 said:
Well, whenever the PS5 is released, I think most people would be best off waiting a couple years. The PS3 took until summer 2008 to really start getting good exclusive games. PS4 didn't have much outside of Bloodborne, and Infamous for the first couple years. Best model of the PS3 came out in 2008. PS4 didn't get a its best model until 2016. Even PS2 had the slim later on.

Anyway, don't get a PS5 at launch. Sony is awesome, but the first couple years of PS consoles have been rough the last couple generations.

Eh, I don't really feel like it's ever been that bad. The first couple of years for the PS3 saw Heavenly Sword, Resistance Fall of Man, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, and Warhawk (all fantastic games). PS4 saw inFamous: Second Son, Bloodborne, Until Dawn, and LP3 (and this doesn't include time exclusives like OUTLAST and Warframe). In fact, no consoles have the build up that PlayStations do, because even their appetizer titles can be worth owning the platform for.  

That said, I expect at least one major title for the PS5's launch window (even launch day). 

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method114 said:
estebxx said:

I pre ordered my PS4 and have been playing it this entire generation and i also feel like it went way too fast, the PS3 gen was also 7 years and it felt longer, i guess this is what happens when you got tons of great games to play all the time.

Same I was there first day picking one up and I just can't believe were already talking about the PS5 announcement. Not to mention that massive backlog of games I have already. Good thing everything is backwards compatible or rumored to be anyways cause I'll need it. Probably spend most of my early days on PS5 trying to catch up minus the new game here and there that I can't possibly wait to play 

Yep I remember genesis being there for the entirety of my childhood and PS1 my teen years. Fast forward today seems like I bought PS4 yesterday



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994