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Sony have said that PS3 disk based games will never be compatible with the PS4. Like others have said they are bringing a streaming service to the system called PlayStation Now. The service is effectively a rental system although not all PS3 games will be streamed, only certain ones that Sony pick will be streamed and … see more Sony have said that PS3 disk based games will never be compatible with the PS4. Like others have said they are bringing a streaming service to the system called PlayStation Now. The service is effectively a rental system although not all PS3 games will be streamed, only certain ones that Sony pick will be streamed and available. Be warned though as reviews of the system in America have shown the streaming service to be laggy and overpriced see less Sony have said that PS3 disk based games will never be compatible with the PS4. Like others have said they are bringing a streaming service to the system called PlayStation Now. The service is effectively a rental system although not all PS3 games will be streamed, only certain ones that Sony pick will be streamed and available. Be warned though as reviews of the system in America have shown the streaming service to be laggy and overpriced
By MrE on 05 September 2014
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500GB
By Dennis Kaub on 18 April 2014
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Yes
By s james on 22 October 2014
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Not with the standard version of the console no but you get 14 days trial for PS+
By Mohammad Zoaib Khan on 18 September 2014
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I presume you mean the B in "500GB" in this case it means Bytes as in 500 Gigabytes of storage
By Mr. Joel S. Greenhalgh on 17 January 2016
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You an get a 14-day free trial, but unfortunately after that you need to actually buy a membership too.
By sam moore on 06 September 2014
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Yes
By sides on 21 February 2015
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12 months
By Hadders on 02 January 2015