The PlayStation 4 is a next-generation console to satisfy gamers' appetites for new content, but do its supporting features break new ground for game consoles? We explore this question in the second portion of our PlayStation 4 review.
Part one of Mashable's review duscussed the PlayStation 4's sleek design, much-improved controller and slightly anemic launch lineup. Most of the consoles other selling features were still unavailable before the media embargo lifted, so we're hitting on those now
Presentation and Menus
While we talked about menus a bit, some interesting pieces have unlocked after Sony's update. Your PS4 Menu Bar now includes "What's New," a social grid that shows almost every detail about your friends — from their playing and watching habits to trophies earned to uploaded videos. While the grid layout is great, as you can quickly view videos and screenshots, it offers too much information. Filters don't seem to exist yet to limit updates to only pertinent information. Read more...