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PS5 Console- Horizon Forbidden West Bundle

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Features

  • Next wave of invites will be sent on 12/9/2022 to qualifying customers. While supplies last
  • Faster Loading: Fast-travel across the map and get back into the game almost instantly with the PlayStation5 consoles ultra-high-speed SSD and fast load times.
  • Stunning Visuals: Experience the vast world of Horizon Forbidden West in stunning 4K and HDR.* From mountain tops to small sprigs of leaves, everything is realized to incredible detail at an enormous scale. Targeting 60FPS, Performance Mode further enhances smoothness of movement, animations and controls.
  • Haptic Feedback: Get closer to each fight Aloy takes on with the DualSense wireless controllers haptic feedback. Feel the sensation of blades of grass you brush past when making a stealth approach, melee swipes you make against machines and armoured humans, and the directional impact from enemy attacks when you attempt to evade.
  • Adaptive Triggers: Enjoy a new level of immersion when you interact with different objects using the DualSense wireless controllers adaptive triggers. Feel the tension in the string of your bow, the pull of your new grappling tool and the resistance of the triggers on heavy tribal and mechanical weapons.

Description

Get thePlayStation®5 Console –Horizon Forbidden West™ Bundle to join Aloy as she braves a dangerous frontier on PS5™.Enjoy Horizon Forbidden West PS5 innovations including 4K and HDR visuals, DualSense™ wireless controller adaptive triggersand haptic feedback, Tempest 3D AudioTech when using stereo headphones (analogue or USB) and more.4K and HDR require a 4K and HDR compatible TV or display. PlayStation®5 Console –Horizon Forbidden West™ Bundle includes: PlayStation5 console; DualSense™ wireless controller; Base; HDMI® cable; AC power cord; USB cable; Printed materials; ASTRO’s PLAYROOM (Pre-installed game. PS5™ console may need to be updated to the latest system software version. Internet connection required.); Horizon Forbidden Westfull game voucher


Release date: June 21, 2022


Pricing: The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.


Package Dimensions: 18.5 x 16.5 x 6.5 inches; 13.55 Pounds


Binding: CD-ROM


Item model number: 1000032000


Item Weight: 13.52 pounds


Manufacturer: Sony


Country of Origin: China


Batteries: 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)


Date First Available: June 21, 2022


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  • Solid console with a few flaws
Since these are harder to find than a gold nugget, I had to wait a while to get one of these with an invite. I had no issues waiting as I have a perfectly fine PS4, but I knew it was a matter of time before that starts getting phased out with new games and before the PS5 price went up. Even at the normal price, I think this is a bit pricy for a console and the bundle deal isn’t much of a savings at this point, considering you can grab HFW on sale for the same price or less than the bundle deal. But considering the option of waiting longer or getting the available bundle, I decided to get it. Mine was missing the game, but AMZ made it right, fortunately. To be clear, I think the PS5 is a good machine overall, but I do have a few gripes. The included HDMI cable is too short, especially for my wall mount TV. They could have given us a couple more feet to make this a bit easier to deal with, instead I used another cable I had. I really think that the available drive space is really cutting corners on the console. Considering a lot of these games are quite large, it will not take long to fill up the console, especially if you get a lot of the digital versions. Which leads of course to another expense, buying an additional memory card for more storage. I am not crazy about the included plastic stand. It feels cheap and fitting it to the console in a horizontal position doesn’t really function well. As opposed to being able to screw it in like the vertical position, this just clips into the back. Well, sort of, as it doesn’t really clip well. I, also, am not crazy about the overall design of the outer casing that is a bit bulky and kind of contrasts with most electronics in terms of looks and style. I would have preferred black like the PS4 and a sleeker design that didn’t need the cheap plastic stand. I like the new OS interface overall, but they have made some things more complex than they need to be, such as powering off or putting in rest mode. Much simpler on the PS4. Also, why is it so complicated to find out whether you can do a free upgrade of your PS4 games to PS5. If the game is in your library, it should be easier to find and install, such as sending you a notification of the games that have free upgrades instead of a search for each game, putting in your disk, etc. I just feel that this could have been made easier on the user because if you are like me, I have nearly 200 PS4 games with at least 70 that I still play or have not completed that I would like to get the enhanced graphics for, if they exist and are included as part of the PS4 purchase. Although I have some complaints about the console, I still think it is a step in the right direction. The OS is slick and better in a lot of ways, minus the things I pointed out above. The console is fast and installs quicker and games run faster, even PS4 versions. Transferring data from the PS4 is fairly painless and fairly speedy depending on how much you are transferring. I like that you can still use games on your USB hard drive, although that is limited to PS4 only games. I was able to jump back into the first Dying Light game right where I left off within a few minutes, although for some reason, it had to reinstall the Enhanced Edition, even though I already had the Anniversary Edition installed on my external drive. The controllers are better than the dual shocks and are a nice jump forward in technology with its dualsense technology. Graphically, the console is great and another leap forward as you would expect with 4K and fantastic graphics with most PS5 games. And Yay!! The console is backwards compatible with my PS4 library. On the wish list of things I would have liked to seen added would have been an additional USB slot and an additional MS2 memory slot(instead of just one), so you could double your additional onboard storage. Overall, this is a nice leap forward in gaming consoles. It is a bit pricy, hard to find and needs some additional purchases, such as additional memory to really round out the experience. I just hope that the accessories such as the next gen VR and camera take those leaps as well to round out the gaming experience as well as games that support these new features. 4 stars ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2022 by JWINK

  • Live in your World, Play in Ours!
This has been the most impressive PlayStation console for me since the PS1. While now a grown adult, I had the same gleeful expression and excitement as when I first played the PS1 as a teenager! Yes, the PS5 has amazing graphics, 4KUHD player and almost non existent load times but it's the controller that is the star of the show. You have to experience the dual-sense haptic feedback yourself to just get a sense of how impressive it is. Included on the PS5 is Astro's Playroom that acts like a tech demo to showcase the new capabilities of the PS5 controller. While I say tech demo its actually a full on platformer, reminding me of how Ape Escape demoed the capabilities of the PS1 dual shock controller with Astro doing the same for the PS5 controller. Oh yeah and there is Horizon which is an amazing looking open world game just like the original. It does of course support the haptic feedback though not as pronounced as Astro, used for smaller things such as drawing a bow or prying open something. The package includes the console, stand, controller, USB cable, 2.1 Hdmi cable, power cable and a digital key for the PS5/PS4 Horizon game. It does not come with a headset but the included speaker/microphone on the controller can be used in place of a headset. While the included SSD space is a bit meager, there is an additional M2 slot where a SSD can be added. In operation, the system does push quite a bit of heat so you may want to give some consideration to where you place it. Fortunately it is relatively silent in operation and no where near the noise levels of the original PS4. As for the cons I think the initial price tag should have been 500 flat with Horizon included but then again games have unfortunately gone up to 70US which is significant. While subjective, the console looks more like some kind of art design concept and will probably stand out in any entertainment center. The stand included can be adjusted to work for both horizontal and vertical orientation. I have it horizontally and it just lies loosely on the stand feeling as though it can easily slide off with a bump. It's a minor gripe as I have it deep within a shelf of my entertainment center. It is an impressive piece of hardware and while expensive, once you spend some time using it and experiencing the full capabilities, you will realize that it is amazing that they were able to sell this piece of hardware for the given price point. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2022 by Riva Iron Grip

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