Hiku said:

Dualshock 4 doesn't have a Start or a Select button.
Imagine that.

It actually took me some time to adapt to it, lol.
I was impulsively trying to hit start and was hitting the touchpad instead, and having no select whatsoever (at least the options works both as the start and select) and hitting the share button was annoying.
Back to my DS3 early this week I kept trying to hit the option button on it, hitting the controller above the start, lol.