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 The PS4's Remote Play
Kind of cool, I can control the PS4 screens with my keyboard, but my mouse cannot, and I would have to use a DualShock 4 controller to play any of the games, but other than that. It's an interesting little program, and it's on more devices than the PS3's Remote Play. All it is is just you controlling your PS4 from your computer, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, or an iOS device, like an iPhone. I never tried the iOS version, but I did try the other two.

With the PC, I can use the PC keyboard to act more like a keyboard, and the mouse can click the on screen PlayStation button, the Options Button, and the Share Button. However, if I want to play any of the games.... I'm gonna have to use a DualShock 4 controller either plugged in, or with this thing. There is a down side. When I start either Netflix, or YouTube, I cannot see it. I think they want you to use your PC for watching Netflix, or YouTube, instead of viewing it on Remote Play, which kind of makes sense. I guess.

On the PlayStation Vita, I can use the Vita as a PS4 controller, up to an extent. The L2 and R2 buttons aren't actually existent on the Vita, but the back of the handheld can make up for that, though it is hard to not accidentally bump it, thus having the PS4 think you pressed either one of those buttons.

In all honesty, it's a neat little feature that Sony added to their PS4 game consoles. And it saves the hassle on what I can play..... Unlike the PS3's remote play.
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