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[[File:PS4.png|thumb|PlayStation 4]]The '''PlayStation 4''' is an eighth-generation console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2013. Notably, it is the first PlayStation console to use the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86 x86] architecture, making it easier to program for than the [[Playstation 3 emulators|PlayStation 3]] while also having the same architecture as PCs.
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[[File:PS4.png|thumb|PlayStation 4]]The '''PlayStation 4''' is an eighth-generation console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2013. Notably, it is the first PlayStation console to use the x86 architecture, making it easier to program for than the [[Playstation 3 emulators|PlayStation 3]] while also having the same architecture as PCs.
 
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==Emulators==
 
==Emulators==
 
{{no current emulators}}
 
{{no current emulators}}
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Consoles]]
 
[[Category:Consoles]]
 
[[Category:Not yet emulated]]
 
[[Category:Not yet emulated]]
 
[[Category:Sony consoles]]
 
[[Category:Sony consoles]]

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