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That's The Sony Way(tm), and is no accident. Stop supporting them. I haven't bought a Sony product in decades (whether a console, TV, any sort of player, or even anything produced by Sony Pictures or whatever music label(s) they own).
I feel that way about Apple, and I haven't bought an Apple product - they screwed my parents over in 1986.
I also feel the same way about most of sony, but I respect their playstation group - or at least I did - PS3 was one of the best consoles/media-centers you could buy. It still is a great system. I'm kind of disappointed with the PS4.
Nah, not from an external disc, on an external disc.
I forget which one, but one of the recent updates brought with it the ability to install games onto USB storage. You dedicate the drive, format it and you're off and racing/figting/shooting whatever!
You can install them to the external, right? I don't know for sure how it all works, because I don't own a PS4, but this link suggests you can move installations between external/internal drive. PlayStation Support[^]
That might be a more recent feature. I'll check it out. I don't want to install on an external drive because I *think* PS4 only does USB2 so I'd be concerned about speed issues. Maybe it's not an issue though, I don't know.
Went there for the first time a couple of years ago. Within a half hour the wife and child went "yup, looks just like the picture", we can go now.
On the other hand they had a great time at the Lowell Observatory (odd, as neither of them are into science stuff), go figure.
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