PlayStation 4 1TB Console – Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Limited Edition Bundle

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  • Includes: Fully customized 1 TB PlayStation 4 System and 1 customized DualShock 4 Wireless Controller inspired by the dark, futuristic world of Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Also includes AC Power Cable, HDMI Cable, USB 2.0 Cable, Mono Wired Headset, physical copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and digital voucher for the Nuk3town Bonus Map
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PlayStation 4 1TB Console – Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Limited Edition Bundle

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  1. Tinfoot says:
    73 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Video Unboxing & Observations, November 6, 2015
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    Tinfoot (Florida, USA) –
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:17 Mins

    Video unboxing, and then a video opening of the Physical Copy of CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III… mainly to make sure the download code for the bonus map is in there, as well as a closer look at the included controller.

    Probably like many of you looking at this bundle, I have resisted getting a PS4, still having my beloved 1st Generation PS3 (yes, full backward compatibility), yet possibly like a few of you, when I saw Square Enix coming out with FINAL FANTASY VII: REMAKE, I knew I was cornered. I had strongly leaned toward the Star Wars Deluxe set, yet in the end, $30 bucks more for 500MB more storage, and rather attractive Black/Orange highlighting got my money.

    For those who simply cannot dig the look, but want the 1T drive, as I note in my video, the striping and icons on the side are part of the shell, smooth to the touch. Other words, dudes, you can apply one of those vinyl shell stickers I see all over the place. The orange buttons will still show, but I have seen plenty of sticker themes that would work with the orange.

    This is the new CUH-1215B model, and I wager strongly the other new bundle PS4s are the CUH-1215A, the A/B difference being just the hard drive storage.

    Initial bootup immediately calls for a System Update (v3.1) of 250.4MB, so go ahead and setup your Internet connection right off. But!! As usual, on a release day, the PSN networks are timing out like crazy, so at least for now, trying to connect via your PSN account is a -LOLsigh- experience. And Call of Duty wants a 2.5GIG Update right off the bat (man, they didn’t waste any time).

    I really didn’t expect an HDMI cord to be included, but no sign if it is a HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 2.0 cord (just says, seriously, “Hung Fu High Speed HDMI”). I am going to say it is an HDMI 1.4v cord. I already had an HDMI 2.0 waiting in the wings, so into the Pile O’ Cords this go (it will get used one day).

    The power cord is a simple 2 Prong, for which I am extremely grateful over, having literally only one socket left in my Belkin strip. The power cord is five feet long.

    I got a bit intrigued when I saw that the PS4 supported Bluetooth, albeit a **really** out of date 2.1v protocol. 2.1v? Really? DUDES, you are supposed to be Sony, right? Still, for pure audio listening, 2.1v is just as good as the latest 4.1 (though not even worth trying to get bearable video-to-audio synching), and I have a Bluetooth hub system that ties in six separate Bluetooth speakers. My original plan was to use an Optical converter to RCA analog into a switch box that feeds into that hub, but figure if this has BT, why not just do it wirelessly?

    Nope. “Profile Not Supported”. Back to the original plan then. I tried Bluetooth headphones, too. Same thing. I did pop open the “instructions”, which is your basic setup, and no mention of the BT connectivity. I assume it is just for specifically PS4 compatible devices, and not any run-of-the-mill Bluetooth device. If I had actually banked on BT connectivity to my sound network, I’d knock a star (especially in light of the laughable 2.1v), yet I’ll just point it out to you.

    And talking about knocking a star, I’d probably give the controller four stars – overall very comfy with a good tension balance, except the bottom bumper triggers. Squishy. But I definitely dig the orange highlights, making the thing easier to find at a glance.

    The disc does include the bonus map code, which expires November 6th, 2016.

    All in all, I am supremely happy with my choice. I still play my PS3 1st Gen, but I tell you what, I have a long history dating back to the early 80s of getting computers and consoles just to play a *single* game, a la FINAL FANTASY VII: REMAKE. I know, however, I’ll still fill out a library of PS4 titles over time now that I finally got one. :)

    — Added Updates: Just for those who are looking to buy their first PS4, other points:

    Something I just discovered last night… the PS4 will *not* play MP3 files. Yeah, that boggled me too. I did some online poking, and found it is a long known thing with the PS4 from the beginning, for whatever mysterious reasons Sony had (surely mercantile reasons). Although I am surrounded by MP3 playing options, I did sort of hope of consolidating my music sourcing to this with perhaps a neat visualizer. Ah well, easy enough from my Samsung Galaxy S6. Also, the console does read 64GB USB 3.0 flash drives without problems… as long as the files aren’t MP3. ((LOL))

    Among the Video Streaming Channels front players available is indeed Amazon Prime Video, and I have to say compared to the clunky interface they used on my PS3, this new version is quite streamlined – very similar to the same setup used on Amazon’s Kindle Fires. Very responsive, too. Netflix and all…

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  2. TB says:
    51 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bought from Amazon, November 9, 2015
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    TB

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    I got it for the obvious reason that it came with Black ops 3 and it’s the very first 1TB ps4 they’ve released. That being said; I at first didn’t really care for the design from what I was seeing in pictures, I thought that the previous edition (Advanced Warfare) Xbox One design was a lot nicer. I received the package Friday and I actually really like the way this console looks. It’s has an all mat finish so the shiny hard drive cover that gets scratched up and finger printed easily is gone and the console is much better off with out it. The controller is definitely cool, I like the design. The blu Ray drive is definitely different from the 1st edition ps4 (this is my 2nd unit for multi screen play) but it doesn’t seem to be anything more than a noticeable noise difference when inserting a disc. Out of the box it is running super QUIET, a blessing IMO. We really than this thing hard from 11/6/15-11/8/15. Honestly all day gaming, maybe 10-12 hours a day and it was quiet the whole time. My first edition was running a bit load. (Note each console is sitting out in the open free of inner spaces) The campaign, zombies, multiplayer are all a blast and 4 player coop is when it’s at its best. the game game offer so much, even unlocking a new mode NIGHTMARE which is a crazy zombie campaign you get after completing the main campaign (which is fantastic when playing with friends). The console is great, it’s a ps4, its black ops 3, and it’s the only 1TB HD on the market currently. So far so good :-)

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  3. Philip J. Vogt says:
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Definitely a bold look, but hard to argue with 1TB., November 13, 2015
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    Philip J. Vogt (Florida) –

    This review is from: PlayStation 4 1TB Console – Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Limited Edition Bundle (Video Game)
    For starters, the elephant in the room: Yes, the design scheme demands attention. The orange piping is bright. The orange icons on the front are bright. Everything about it screams “LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME NOW!” But being overtly flashy doesn’t inherently mean ugly. It’ll be a matter of taste. Personally, I don’t mind the look. It would not be my first choice, and I will probably eventually get a skin to cover it, but it’s not a deal breaker for me by any stretch of the imagination. And the piping is flush with the case. It’s not raised or debossed, so a vinyl skin will cover it smoothly and no one will be the wiser.

    Aesthetics aside, the machine itself is everything I’d hoped it would be. This is my first PS4, so I can’t say how this particular model compares to other variations, but I’ve been impressed with it for the short time I’ve had it. I actually have read very little about the PS4, so I wasn’t prepared for some of the little features, like the touchpad on and speaker in the controller, which are titillating curiosities that had me feeling like a little kid while trying everything out.

    Set up is obviously very straightforward. Box came with an HDMI cable, a power cable, and a controller cable. Plug ’em all in (my controller had zero charge out of the box, which isn’t terribly surprising) and push the power button, and you’re in business. You’ll have to do a bit of housekeeping when you fire it up for the first time (setting time and date, setting up an account, connecting to an internet connection, etc.). The software does a good job of holding your hand through the process if this is somehow the first time you’ve ever done this. It also slowly introduces you to some of the features and options available to you, and has you pick some settings. Mine also needed a relatively small system update right out of the box (again, not terribly surprising).

    Once you’re done setting everything up and you’re let loose to explore, the menu screens are intuitive and well labeled. There isn’t much mystery. Almost any reasonable “How do I…?” can be answered by scrolling through the various options.

    I’ve only had a few hours to play with it so far, and I’ve had no complaints yet. I’ll update the review should anything arise, but right off the bat I’m very happy with this purchase.

    Note: I did not purchase this through Amazon. Best Buy had the same bundle at the same price, except they threw in a bunch of freebies, including Fallout 4 (physical copy).

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