It is a good idea to stay well-informed when looking at renting a gaming console so you don’t end up paying too much for your console when it’s not needed. After all, you should always be able to get a refund or exchange for the console that you are using.
It is also a good idea to read our guide for getting your money back from Sony for the PS3. But, if you have never rented a PS3 or PS4 before, and are looking to rent a console with a brand new game, then renting a PS4 is a no-brainer. We highly recommend the $100/month option especially if you have any games that you want to rent.
If you do, then you can rent a PS4 with a game you own. If you have a game you want to rent that you do not own, you can rent it using any other console. But, if you have a game that you do own, then you would need to lease a PS4.
You can rent a PS4 with any game you own, but you won’t be able to rent a PS4 with any game you don’t own. This is because the PS4 does not have a local disk space. If you rent a PS4, you will need to boot up a new game on your PS4 from the PS3, then load that game on the PS4. There is no way to save your game.
The PS4 has a local disk space, and you can load a game on the PS4 that you do not own, but you will not be able to save your game.
And this is where it gets really confusing! How do you know when you own a PS4 and when you dont? How do you know when you dont own a PS4? Well… you dont. The answer is: you dont.
For PS3 owners, you can get around this by using the system disc to load the game. The PS3 has a local disk space, and the PS4 does not. You can read how to do this on the PS3 wiki. For PS4 owners, you can use the system disc to load the game, and then use the local disk space to save your game.
One of the things I’ve found the most frustrating about PS3s is that they lack the ability to let you save while you’re playing a game. With the PS3, you have to exit the game and exit the menus, where you can switch to your local disk to load the game. You have to do this a lot.
The system disc can be used to load PS4s.
The system disk does not come with a disc, nor does it have a menu to load a PS4. You will have to use the local disk space to save your game, which can take up to half an hour.