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Owning a PlayStation 4 is a pleasure most of the time - some of the best exclusives in the gaming space and all the apps you could want for home entertainment. However, it must be said that whenever you start up the PlayStation 4 it sounds like you're sat on the tarmac at Heathrow Terminal 5 on a Friday afternoon, GamesRadar confirms.
Storage, exclusives, and price point are all seriously important factors with next-gen but consumers these days like to know if you're going to get a noise complaint from the neighbours when you want to play a little Call of Duty here and there.
We say sit in the corner because the unit is admittedly pretty huge and might need an entire part of your living room to itself but at least it's not screaming at you as you play Halo Inifinite.
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