Top PlayStation 4 Accessories

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If you were really, really good last year, you may have received a shiny new PlayStation 4 on Christmas morning. If that was the case, there are a few choice accessories that will make your next generation console experience even better. 

PlayStation Vita
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PlayStation Vita

PlayStation Vita

It might seem odd to recommend a gaming console as a top accessory for another gaming console, but the PS4 and PS Vita really do go together like the proverbial peaches and cream. One of the coolest features on the PS4 is remote play, whereby you can play PlayStation 4 games on your handheld PlayStation Vita. You can do this when your Vita is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your PlayStation 4, and if you have fast enough broadband, you can even play PS4 games when you’re not at home! Worth a look – Sony PlayStation Vita.
PS4 Camera
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PS4 Camera

When Microsoft forced Xbox One early adopters to pay for its Kinect camera/motion sensor it proved to be a disaster – gamers don’t want to pay for something they won’t use. But while Sony didn't bundle its camera sensor with the PS4, you can buy one, and unlike Microsoft Kinect, it won’t break the bank either. The PS4 Camera will be able to recognise who’s playing and load the right profile settings, as well as put video chats and motion control on the table. Worth a look – Sony PS4 Camera. 
Blu-ray Remote
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Blu-ray Remote

Blu-ray Remote

The PlayStation 4 makes a pretty good Blu-ray player, but you don’t want to be mucking about with the dual-shock controller when you’re trying to watch your favourite movie. When Sony launched the PS3, one of the first accessories available was a Blu-ray media player remote, but as yet, there’s still no office media remote for the PS4. Worry not, though, since you can pick up a wireless Blu-ray media remote for well under a tenner that will do the job nicely. Worth a look – Blu-ray remote control.
Wireless Headset
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Wireless Headset

Wireless Headset

With pretty much every big game, there’s an online multiplayer option. While you can happily play multiplayer games without communicating with the other players, it’s much easier to work as a team if you can chat through tactics on the fly. A gaming headset is a must have accessory for most multiplayer games, and if you can stretch to a wireless version, all the better. Sony’s own wireless headset is pretty good, but there are great options from well-known headset manufacturers too.
Recommended: Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 400
PlayStation Plus
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PlayStation Plus

Sony used to make a big deal of the fact that its online services were free, but with the introduction of the PS4 that changed. If you want to play online multiplayer games on the PS4, you’re going to need a PlayStation Plus subscription. This isn’t as bad as it sounds though, since PlayStation Plus is well worth having, especially if you also own a PS3 and a Vita. With PlayStation Plus you get free games on all three PlayStation platforms every month, and we’re not talking bargain bucket games that nobody wants, we’re talking AAA titles from about a year ago. With PS Plus your game library just keeps growing, and the annual subscription will cost you less than a single, new game.
Recommended:  PlayStation Plus Annual Subscription
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