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PlayStation PS5 Console – God of War Ragnarök Bundle

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  • Embark on an epic and heartfelt journey alongside Kratos and Atreus with the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition – God of War Ragnarök Bundle.
  • Bundle includes: PlayStation 5 Digital Edition, DualSense Wireless Controller, Base, HDMI Cable, AC power cord, USB cable, God of War Ragnarok full game voucher
  • DualSense Wireless Controller integration: Feel your journey through the Norse realms, made possible by immersive haptic feedback and adaptive trigger functionality.
  • Stunning visuals: Bask in the beautiful worlds you travel through, brought to life by stunning art direction and arresting attention to detail. Behold enhanced reflections, lighting and shadows, as well as increased geometric detail and enhanced deformable snow.
  • Fully optimized for 3D Audio*: Immerse yourself in the unique soundscapes of the Nine Realms as sounds reverberate and echo throughout the environment. Use highly accurate spatial audio to hear enemies approaching from any direction, including above and below you. *3D audio with stereo headphones (analog or USB)

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Product Information

Brand

Sony

Model number

CFI-1115A

Product Dimensions

18 x 6 x 17.9 inches

Language

English

Weight

13.27 pounds

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Wi-Fi Compatible

Yes

GPU Architecture

AMD Radeon RDNA 2-based graphics engine

Memory/Interface

16GB GDDR6/256-bit

Memory Bandwidth

448GB/s

Input / Output

USB Type-A port (Hi-Speed USB), USB Type-A port (Super Speed USB 10Gbps) x2, USB Type-C port (Super Speed USB 10Gbps)

Networking

Ethernet (10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T), IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Bluetooth 5.1

Optical Drive Type

4K UHD Blu-ray Player

Storage Type

SSD

Number of USB Ports

4

Games Included

Yes

Product Review

9.8Expert Score
PlayStation PS5 Console – God of War Ragnarök Bundle: Expert Review
Experience accelerated load times thanks to the blazing-fast solid-state drive, deeper immersion thanks to haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and 3D sound, not to mention an exceptional catalog of next-gen PlayStation® games.
Perfomance
9.9
Storage Capacity
9.6
Controller
9.9
PROS
  • Gorgeous 4K visuals
  • Games load quickly and run smoothly
  • A more streamlined UI
  • DualSense controller combines haptics and audio for a truly unique experience
CONS
  • This big, curvy boy might not fit in your entertainment center
  • Fan sometimes makes high-pitched noise
  • Controller may feel too big for some
  • You need the latest TV tech to take full advantage
  • Lags behind Series X and S when it comes to loading times

Product Description

Description

From Santa Monica Studio comes the sequel to the critically acclaimed God of War (2018). Join Kratos and Atreus on a mythic journey for answers before Ragnarök arrives. Together, father and son must put everything on the line as they journey to each of the Nine Realms. Throughout stunning mythological landscapes, they’ll face fearsome enemies – from Norse gods to wild beasts – as they prepare for the showdown of their lives. Armed with his trusty weapons of war – including the Leviathan Axe and the Blades of Chaos – Kratos’ deadly skills will be tested like never before as he fights to protect his family. A host of new abilities for him and Atreus also await, leaving room for fluid, expressive and customizable combat in this epic and unflinching tale. All the while, Asgardian forces assemble… Feel your journey through the Norse realms, made possible by immersive haptic feedback and adaptive trigger functionality. Bask in the beautiful worlds you travel through, brought to life by stunning art direction and arresting attention to detail.

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  1. Al A.

    Short review!I’m not going to review the Amazon selection or delivery process. I’m just going to briefly review about why I upgraded to a PS5!First the negative……. my PRO was compact and reasonably designed in a flat symmetrical style…… The PS5 throws out the space saving rule book in favor of waves and advanced looking style and it’ll not fit where your PS4 PRO was if it was in a tight space.Be aware that although the PS4 and PS4 PRO had 4K HDMI output for games, those PS4 models were limited to playing only 1080 Blu-Ray or regular definition DVDs. The PS4 will not play 4K Blu-Ray disks. Why Sony left that feature out, who knows! The good news is the PS5 DVD deck plays 4K movies to their full resolution. (as well of course as Blu-Ray 1080 and lower resolution/standard def DVDs). Now I only need my PS5 in the living room to cover it all rather then the 4K blu-ray player I had to use along with my PS4 PRO.I own several PS4 games and have yet to purchase any PS5 games.Let me say that my PS4 games play better on the PS5 then they did on the PS4 PRO. Graphics are superior, speed to access any menu or just in game play is much faster and these PS4 games take on a new and improved view on screen on my 65″ 4K hdtv!I can only imagine how great games specifically designed for the PS5 will be to view and play.My initial perspective on the PS5 compared to my PS4 PRO is that although the body design for the PS5 sacrifices space and fit for cosmetics…… the PS5 blows away my PS4 PRO (my PS4 PRO is using an upgraded 2 TB SSD for more capacity and much faster access/read speed than a spinning hard drive)…..Speaking of SSDs and upgrades; the PS4 used the common SATA 2.5″ internal SSD for upgrading capacity and speed. (But) The PS5 has a soldered in ~860GB internal SSD which can not be removed. Sony added one slot for expanding the hard drive capacity using rather a plug-in PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD over a conventional SATA connected hard drive. Thus, the PS5 allows you to not replace the original hard drive, but, to add an additional on-board SSD instead.Typically, the soldered in SSDs are a bit faster then using a SATA based protocol connection and given the PS5 requires a very fast solid state hard drive, they designed it so you install an additional PCIe type SSD over replacing just the single hard drive as it was done in the PS4.Be advised that (some) PS5 games take 2-3X more capacity then a PS4 game did. Perhaps why Sony designed the PS5 to add more capacity by using a second expansion slot rather then like the PS4 just having only one slot to use for the total capacity.Google PS5 SSD upgrades and there’s much info out there regarding how many games you want to be able to store on the console and how large an upgrade you need to do accordingly!Everything on the PS5 is faster……..everything……menu, access, games …graphics are better in detail, clarity…….I could go on.The other thing the PS5 asks you to do when you first set it up is a complete setup for display for best gamma, brightness, contrast, color, etc……it takes you through a complete and easy set up to -maximize- the quality for display on you HDTV. It made a huge difference on my Samsung 65 inch 4K TV.5 Stars all around! Read the pro AND owner/user reviews on this new PS console. Yes, it is worth upgrading.The ps5 is a totally new and better gaming console. It’s the first to be backward compatible with PS4 games, …something my PS4 PRO would not allow for my PS3 games. So if you have a PS4 game collection, don’t get rid of them!If you own a PS3, PS4 or PS4 PRO, yes, it is a worthwhile upgrade and substantial evolution for the PS Game Console series. You will not be sorry for upgrading and a big upgrade it will be!

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  2. Surviving Empathy Podcast @chefbrycomedy

    As an almost 50 year old who is not a huge gamer and has been waiting forever to finally upgrade, I’m glad that I finally did. I wasn’t sure if this was going to be a good decision or not, but really it’s been better than expected! First, it’s almost paid off due to Christmas money. Second, I was concerned about the cost of building a collection of games. But due to the fact that there’s so many games and so many sales, especially on the games I like, I have a small collection of fun games already in many different genres that feels well rounded, and didn’t cost a fortune to get! I’m slowly reacquiring my favorite games like the God of War franchise and the Arkham Batman games, while discovering old arcade games that are super cheap, as well as newer games like Spiderman Miles Morales, Spiderman, Ghostbusters, Creed boxing, and Stray all on sale. It’s a great time to be gaming, and while I generally am not a big gamer, I went through a phase where I was gaming a lot just before meeting my wife Rebecca, and then life got busy, crazy, and wild for a good long time. But now I have a little bit more stability, and while still busy as heck, I have a couple of hours here and there to enjoy. I even bought Trivial Pursuit just to get Rebecca into the fold. She doesn’t really even know how to use the dualsense controller! So I’m trying to get her involved enough to learn how to use the controller and navigate around in different ways. Anyway, very pleased with the purchase! I’ve played a little bit and it’s a great experience. Quite a step up from the PS3, and a good time to get back into the gaming world. I’m glad that the shortage is ending, and I’m glad I did this when I did. Had I bought it in 2020 it probably would have been a weirder experience. I feel like gaming is finally at a place where oldsters, youngsters, and middle of the roadsters like myself can find something to enjoy.

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  3. Dan

    The unit/box is huge and aesthetically unappealing. That makes it difficult to place on and around your entertainment center, particularly if you’re setup is in a room that sees a lot of guests. More frustrating is that the curvature makes the unit awkward to place. The circular stand doesn’t have a secured attachment point, and I’ve already had it slip off while trying to access the back panel USB ports. Lastly, the curved top means you have to be incredibly careful even temporarily placing objects on top, such as the CD case or PS5 controller while load a disc into the system.System OS and controller ergos continue to be superior to those of the Xbox line. I have not played anything on either the Xbox Series X or PS5 that could not have been played without complaint on the previous generation consoles. We’re wha? 1? 2 ?years into these releases, and while load times are clearly faster, I find myself playing significantly more PS4 titles (ports) than games truly made for PS5, and the same is true for Xbox, so my recommendation as of January 2023 is chill on trying to get your hands on these new gen consoles. At the moment, their appeal is more of a mirage than real – like bragging rights that you were finally able to get one.FWIW, my assessment of the games is based on gameplay using a 77” LG C2 OLED with HDMI 2.1 and a 7.1 ch surround system powered by a Denon AVR-930H. I certainly have the hardware to take advantage of next gen console gaming, but as I said, there’s nothing to play that makes the experience palpably better than previous gen consoles…yet. So still no rush to buy this thing. I would try to hold off until SONY releases a slim version, hopefully in early 2024. Good luck. Have fun.

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