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Even once detached from your mom’s account, you can both still mutually enjoy both account content and Plus subscription simultaneously. (Won’t work if a third PS4 comes into the ring.—Siblings?) Let your mom’s account be primary on your console, and your account primary on your mom’s console (only necessary if your mom wants to play your games or use your ...


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That depends on the game. Technically and logistically it would be easier to have just one game for all markets, but sometimes e.g. English is stripped from Russian versions, because that game is cheaper on the Russian market and the distributor wants to hinder that it is imported cheap from elsewhere on “rich markets”. And sometimes they launch at ...


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Both the digital version and the CD version will work. Once you buy the digital version, the CD is no longer needed. Keep in mind that the digital version is attached to the account it was purchased for and it’s non-transferable. Meanwhile, anyone can borrow the CD and play that game wherever they are or on whichever account they are on. Virtually both ...


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It's likely that the game disk has reinstalled information flagging the game as being installed from disk. You should be able to re-install the digital version from PSN again to 'fix' the problem. You may have to uninstall the game first but I have no direct knowledge of how your game may react.


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You can only transfer data from to the same account on a different platform. Bungie may be able to help you get some of your data back.


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You can't. The PS4 allows you to MOVE game files from your internal hard drive to an external drive (but apparently not the other way around). Note that I say MOVE, not copy. One of you will need to download the game again if you take this route. The hard drive also needs to be formatted using the PS4 readable format, so you won't easily be able to use a PC ...


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Unless you backup your saved games locally or use PS+ cloud storage (with or without auto-upload), it's gone. If you do backup your saves, you can transfer them back.


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No, you cannot do this because Bloodborne save files are bound to a PSN account. I've just tried moving around my Bloodborne saves via usb copy method from this question: Copy game data from one PS4 to another? and my second account cannot see saves created by my main account.


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Yes you will, as long as you are using the same account that you used previously.


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I have bad news for you. It appears your TV has very poor support for HDR. According to Sony's spec sheet for the KD-85X8500G: DISPLAY TYPE: LCD BACKLIGHT DIMMING TYPE: Frame Dimming As you already know, HDR is supposed to produce very bright whites, and very dark blacks. It's the perfect feature to showcase the abilities of an OLED display. ...


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As of now you cannot play GTA 4 on PS4. It was originally released on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PC. While current generation Xbox is backward compatible (so you can play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One), it's not the case for PS. Some PS3 games are available via PS Now subscription service, but I don't see GTA 4 in that list. And in general, if you buy any ...


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Can also go into your xbox network settings and do a test there to see the rating for your NAT. if it shows up as strict, you might get more issues like this. Ya want it to be Open or Moderate.


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No, otherwise people would do this and then return or redistribute the discs


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You will be able to play the game but not without the disk. The only way you can play it without the disk (without PS plus) is if you buy the digital version.


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Yes, you can. It was added in a free patch. Go to the Menu, Discoveries. When not on a planet (in space somewhere) you can select the "Upload All" (up arrow) in the bottom left of the screen. If on a planet, the Discoveries screen shows your current system. Go up a menu from there (right-click on PC) to the Visited Systems screen, and you can use the ...


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When you are playing a local multiplayer game, you use a different account for each DualShock. I think the purpose of turning off the controller is to keep playing singleplayer. Because otherwise, it wouldn't be possible to sign out from the second player's account and turn off the controller at the same time.


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It's possible now. Connect your PSN account with your YouTube. Go to Settings > Sharing and Broadcasts > Link with Other Services > YouTube and enter your credentials there. Record a video. Luckily, PS4 does everything for you automatically. It saves up to 60 minutes of your latest gameplay (this is configurable in Settings > Sharing and Broadcasts > Video ...


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Now you can go to your Library and PS+ games will be listed there in the separate group:


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I know I'm late, but I know the answer to this one. The short answer, no. You can't. But honestly, it doesn't make much of a difference because even if there was a way to remove them, they would still take up space since they have to keep the option of restoring them.


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