If I was in the US, I would feel sick, indeed.
I thought we were all gamers who love PlayStation here.
With taxes, the price tags will be ridiculous in Turkey, and countries alike.
People has already started selling PS4 games online via our own eBay, even though the official PS4 lauch is on December 13th here. The cheapest one is Battlefield 4, and it's 75$. Add taxes, it'll be sky-high, if not already. No wonder, our black market is growing in numbers each day.
My PS3 is now two years old, and I have plenty of games to play. Get a PS3 right away. = )
I'm considering getting a hybrid drive, but what he says at 8:05 makes me think a normal hard drive is fine. Sounds like a hybrid is best for doing things a second time and beyond, like if you frequently load multiplayer maps, it will get faster after the first time it loads. I'm just wondering why that would matter when playing multiplayer games. It's not like the match will start any faster and your guy gets to run around the map for a bit before everyone else starts, so I don't see any benefit at all to that. The faster boot time and everything else being a little snappier would be great, but I'm not sure it's worth the upgrade.
Yes, a normal hard drive with a bigger capacity will be fine. Yet, SSD clearly makes PS4 run faster, as it's shown in the video. However, it's rare and insanely expensive in my country, so I would never purchase one. I might think about getting a hybrid drive in the future.
If you're pondering about whether to swap hard drives or not, and which one to go with, this one might help.