The clouds have parted, the heavenly choirs are singing, and the PS4 is finally adding support for external hard drives, meaning you’ll no longer have to perform minor electronic surgery to store more games on your console. But this begs the question: What drive should you buy?
If you, like me, are sick of your PS4 telling you that it’s out of space, here is some game-changing news: Sony is adding external hard drive support in the next update.
$50 would be a great price for any 1TB external hard drive. But it’s absolutely unheard of for the Toshiba Canvio Aerocast, which includes an SD card slot for automatic photo backups, a built-in battery, and Wi-Fi to let you access the drive’s contents wirelessly from your phones, tablets, and laptops.
As video games become more and more complex, the game sizes are getting bigger and bigger, too. Star Citizen might set a new record, though, as the game could be a whopping 100GB.
Hard drives made in Minecraft You'd Need to Have to Store Minecraft in Minecraft
Nothing like listening to a couple of original gamers reminisce and talk shop. Andrew House and Mark Cerny, two key players who helped bring the PS4 into existence with their respective expertise, sat down for a chat about all things PlayStation recently at the industry-focused Develop conference.
My computer is getting a little old. I built it myself, but I'm not sure whether it's worthwhile to upgrade individual things like my processor or video card or whether I should just start from scratch and build a new rig. How can I tell when it's time to upgrade and when I should start over?
Swapping in a new hard drive into the PS4 is relatively easy—the question is, what sort of hard drive should you swap in? You've got SSDs, which are speedy—but also expensive. And then you have hybrid drives to consider, too.
The PlayStation 4 comes with a 500GB hard drive, and let's be real—that's not gonna be enough space for some of you. The good news is that you can upgrade it.
There's plenty of chatter about a seeming run-of-the-mill job posting but, admittedly, it might foreshadow something even for those of us who have qualifications necessary to work for Nintendo. Here 'tis: