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Skyh3ck

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While browsing some revies on Amazon and Flipkart .. I came to know that many people were able to get PS4 for 16 and 20 k...

Really that low ...
 

thetechfreak

Legend Never Ends
While browsing some revies on Amazon and Flipkart .. I came to know that many people were able to get PS4 for 16 and 20 k...

Really that low ...
Well it's relevant only for the next 6 months or so. Truly the end of life has been reached

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Skyh3ck

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Will PS 5 play games of PS4 and PS3 from disc itself.. just like they play o their native console..

And what will be price..

Even PS4 new one gets to below 20 k with some game budle it will be great for many
 

Zangetsu

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Will PS 5 play games of PS4 and PS3 from disc itself.. just like they play o their native console..

And what will be price..

Even PS4 new one gets to below 20 k with some game budle it will be great for many
Yes PS5 will support many PS4 games.

 

Skyh3ck

Active Member
It PS5 will just play amy PS4 games from disc..

That would be game changing..

As more and more people will go for PS5 only.. those who are having less money can save and go for PS5 instead of ps4
 

quicky008

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i saw a local electronics store offering a new ps4 1tb with 3 games for 28k.I have always wanted to buy a ps4 but hesitated because of its steep price and unavailability of enough games that are truly worth playing. Is it worth buying a ps4 at this time,when its likely to be phased out after only a few months?

will newer games continue to become available for xb1 and ps4 for the next 1-2 years atleast or will developers stop shipping games for these older consoles when their newer iterations are released?
 

Stormbringer

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i saw a local electronics store offering a new ps4 1tb with 3 games for 28k.I have always wanted to buy a ps4 but hesitated because of its steep price and unavailability of enough games that are truly worth playing. Is it worth buying a ps4 at this time,when its likely to be phased out after only a few months?

will newer games continue to become available for xb1 and ps4 for the next 1-2 years atleast or will developers stop shipping games for these older consoles when their newer iterations are released?
Make a list of Games you want to play and take a call. I think PS4 has enough great games worth buying. So far developers tend to release games 1 to 2 years post launch of new gen consoles. Games and console tend to be costly at launch and not enough games that make full use of the new gen console hardware.

You can also look into Pre-owned Ps4 or importing from outside. I got my PS4 Pro for 28k about 3.5 years ago from Dubai.
 

quicky008

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I want it primarily for playing the exclusive titles like uncharted 4, god of war etc.

Is there any website or e store in India from where one can buy used ps4 games for cheap?

Also, if i buy a ps4, i will have to buy a hdtv as well as i don't own one currently. Do ps4 games look good when played on a hd ready hdtv rather than a 1080p compliant one?

Will ps5 exclusives like horizon zero dawn 2 be released for ps4 eventually?
 

whitestar_999

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Also, if i buy a ps4, i will have to buy a hdtv as well as i don't own one currently. Do ps4 games look good when played on a hd ready hdtv rather than a 1080p compliant one?
I am not a gamer but I think PS models were the first to fully utilize the capabilities of 1080p screen long before 1080p content became widely available.
 

quicky008

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yeah but 1080p tvs are a lot costlier than their hd ready counterparts.A 32 inch hd ready smart tv can be had for around 15k,whereas its 1080p counterpart will cost upwards of 20k(if they are from reputable brands like samsung,lg etc)
 

whitestar_999

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yeah but 1080p tvs are a lot costlier than their hd ready counterparts.A 32 inch hd ready smart tv can be had for around 15k,whereas its 1080p counterpart will cost upwards of 20k(if they are from reputable brands like samsung,lg etc)
Vu sells 42" 1080p for ~20k(even lower during sale). It is pointless to buy cheap 32" 1080p TV from big brands as it is not worth their price. Either buy cheap models from Vu,TCL/iffalcon etc or buy costlier good models from major brands.
 

quicky008

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The owner of VU is reportedly a scammer who(as well as her father) is involved in certain legal disputes about some of her past dealings.


Also they claim that their company is based in california,whereas its actually an Indian firm.Its difficult to put one's trust in a company thats involved in such shady business practices.Also for all these cheap brands,their durability and after-sales service is likely to be an issue,which is something that concerns me the most.
 

quicky008

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I dont understand why the predominant business model for most Indian entrepreneurs and business owners is to make money by scamming their own country men-its seems as if this philosophy is ingrained in their dna and will never change.
 

whitestar_999

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The owner of VU is reportedly a scammer who(as well as her father) is involved in certain legal disputes about some of her past dealings.


Also they claim that their company is based in california,whereas its actually an Indian firm.Its difficult to put one's trust in a company thats involved in such shady business practices.Also for all these cheap brands,their durability and after-sales service is likely to be an issue,which is something that concerns me the most.
To be more precise they are an India based company officially registered in USA assembling cheap decent quality TVs using oem panels. Setting aside any possible scandals involving the founder, their budget range TVs have performed quite well in India considering their prices. If their 40" TV costing 18k lasts for 2 years then you already got your money's worth because similar model from lg/samsung/sony would have cost ~35k & unlikely to last beyond 3 years. Also I have read comments about their after sales support also being decent & they also sell extended warranty for 1/2 years at ~10% or less of purchase price.

I dont understand why the predominant business model for most Indian entrepreneurs and business owners is to make money by scamming their own country men-its seems as if this philosophy is ingrained in their dna and will never change.
Not all Indian businessmen are like this but yes I do have to say that hypocrisy is one of the major behaviour pattern found in majority of Indians(aka clean your home but no care for the street & expect "side income" from any lucrative govt/pvt job but expect govt & politicians to be honest).
 

Stormbringer

Active Member
I want it primarily for playing the exclusive titles like uncharted 4, god of war etc.

Is there any website or e store in India from where one can buy used ps4 games for cheap?

Also, if i buy a ps4, i will have to buy a hdtv as well as i don't own one currently. Do ps4 games look good when played on a hd ready hdtv rather than a 1080p compliant one?

Will ps5 exclusives like horizon zero dawn 2 be released for ps4 eventually?
I don't think PS5 exclusives will come to PS4. Sony exclusives drive sales. Some games announced were Sony platform exclusives, which means they will come to PS4 too.
 

Stormbringer

Active Member
The owner of VU is reportedly a scammer who(as well as her father) is involved in certain legal disputes about some of her past dealings.


Also they claim that their company is based in california,whereas its actually an Indian firm.Its difficult to put one's trust in a company thats involved in such shady business practices.Also for all these cheap brands,their durability and after-sales service is likely to be an issue,which is something that concerns me the most.
This is not a new business and branding tactic . Unilever created a subsidiary called Hindustan Unilever to appeal to India. Flipkart makes and sells TVs under Nokia brand. Philips TVs in India is manufactured and serviced by Videocon.
 

Stormbringer

Active Member
To be more precise they are an India based company officially registered in USA assembling cheap decent quality TVs using oem panels. Setting aside any possible scandals involving the founder, their budget range TVs have performed quite well in India considering their prices. If their 40" TV costing 18k lasts for 2 years then you already got your money's worth because similar model from lg/samsung/sony would have cost ~35k & unlikely to last beyond 3 years. Also I have read comments about their after sales support also being decent & they also sell extended warranty for 1/2 years at ~10% or less of purchase price.


Not all Indian businessmen are like this but yes I do have to say that hypocrisy is one of the major behaviour pattern found in majority of Indians(aka clean your home but no care for the street & expect "side income" from any lucrative govt/pvt job but expect govt & politicians to be honest).
I would like to also add , there is no guarantee you will get excellent after sales support by Big brands. Poor consumer laws is to blame IMO. Is such cases I would rather go with cheaper brands. Electronics have become disposable these days too.
 
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