Review: The PS5 Is A Game-Changing Next-Gen Console That Santa Just Can’t Afford Right Now, Okay, Sport?
Anticipation has been off the charts for the latest iteration of the PlayStation, and now that the system has finally hit shelves, it’s clear that Sony has delivered in a major way. Soaring ahead of its competition, the PS5 is a game-changing next-generation console that Santa just can’t afford right now, okay, Sport?
Anticipation has been off the charts for the latest iteration of the PlayStation, and now that the system has finally hit shelves, it’s clear that Sony has delivered in a major way. Soaring ahead of its competition, the PS5 is a game-changing next-generation console that Santa just can’t afford right now, okay, S
port?Sadly, things are a little tight money-wise in Santa’s Workshop at the moment, Champ, if that makes sense.Building on the success of the PS4, the gigantic new console pushes gaming to a whole new level, utilizing an AMD-powered GPU that can process 10.28 teraflops for the most immersive user
experience to date.Santa would simply love to get one for you, Slugger, if the economy wasn’t so bad right now that it’s even affecting the North Pole.Perhaps most impressive of all the PS5’s features is its DualSense controller, whose minimalist aesthetic belies a sophisticated interface with greatly improved haptic feedback that allows headtopics.com
you to feel as though you’re really there with every raindrop, or at least, you would feel that wayif the bank could have just cut Santa some slack with interest payments on his magical sled.Preloaded with the enjoyable, if not revolutionary, platformer
Astro’s Playroom,which serves mostly as a demo reel of the console’s newest technologies, there are actually two editions of the system available:one including a 4K Blu-raydrive with a pricetag of $499, and the slimmer Digital Edition, which at $100 less is still too big an expense for Santa what with all the
payments for someone to babysit all of his reindeer and little elves.Read more: The Onion »
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