PS4 Day One Roundup
In case you've been living under a rock for the past few days, over the weekend, a little console called the PlayStation 4 launched. There were major sales, there were bugs, there was blissful, next-gen gaming to be had. We've got some of the best PS4 day one stories from our partners, so read on.
First up: Sony reported that the PS4 sold 1 million units on day one in North America. The console hasn't been released in Europe or Latin America yet - two major markets - but we'll keep you posted on those numbers when they're released on November 28th. [MegaGames]
Next, a little thing called the "blue light of death." Here's how it works: you turn on your PS4, you see a blinking blue light ("of death"), there's no audio/video output, and then your beloved PlayStation turns itself off. Have no fear: Sony has released a troubleshooting guide, and recommends users turn of their consoles fully before removing them from power sources and checking out the hardware. If all else fails, there's always customer support. [GameZone]
There are also a few network issues, possibly because the system is overloaded from so many gamers logging in at once. Sony is looking into the problem and it should be fixed soon. [PS Gang]
Those are the main stories for now! We'll keep you posted as to what happens next. Happy gaming!