Xbox fans threw a fit when Microsoft announced it would allow developers to place trading restrictions on their games, and Sony was quick to capitalize on the fallout by offering much more lenient policies (prompting Microsoft to reverse its controversial policy).
PlayStation 4 gamers can do whatever they want with their game discs — selling games back to retailers, trading them with friends, or keeping them as long as you want; it's all fair game.
PlayStation 4 users have a lot of leeway when it comes to the digital versions of their games, too. When you download a game onto your console anyone can use it, even if they log-in under a different profile. You can even download your games onto a friend's console, as long as you play using your log-in info. But don't try to game the system by sharing your username with all your buddies; you can only be logged-in to two consoles at once.
Unfortuantely, it's pretty slim pickings when it comes to the PS 4's launch titles (though that's par for the course with new systems). There are 23 release titles available, and your best bet is to stick to respected franchises like Battlefield 4 and Assasin's Creed IV. And word on the street is Sony knocked it out of the park with its arcade-style shooter Resogun.
Assasin's Creed IV
That said, there's no way any these games is going to top the Crash Bandicoot franchise. PlayStation classic gamers, are you with me?
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