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PSN Games Won’t Transfer to PlayStation 4

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As the dust settles on the uncovering of Sony’s PlayStation 4, more details about what the console will and won’t do are being discovered. And this may be a discovery that will irk some potential PS4 buyers.

Current PlayStation Network titles, such as the smash hit Journey, won’t be compatible with the PS4. The news was confirmed by Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida to Engadget. Yoshida stated games that took too much emulation processing power to run, such as downloadable titles available now on the PS3, will not be transferred over to the new console.

The Sony exec did say the company was working on trying to get some games to work, but as of now there are no plans in place for even downloadable titles to be compatible with the next generation PS4. Is that a major no go selling point for you? Or will you buy the system regardless?

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