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PlayStation 3 System 160GB SLIM (GameStop Premium Refurbished)



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PlayStation 3 System 160GB SLIM (GameStop Premium Refurbished) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 20.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Category: Systems

The PS3 system is now slimmer and lighter than ever before. While the form factor may have changed, the PS3 system still comes with free access to the PlayStation®Network, built-in Wi-Fi, and hard disk drive storage for games, music, videos, and photos. Plus, the PS3 system is the only gaming console with a Blu-ray player to give you the best high-definition viewing experience on your television. With five times the capacity of standard DVDs, Blu-ray discs gives you more realistic and immersive gameplay that can only be possible on the PS3 system with games such as Gran Turismo® 5, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and MAG.

    Bundled Items

    • 1 - Sony PlayStation 3 system
    • 160 GB hard drive - built in.
    • 1 - Controller - style may vary
    • 1 - AC cable
    • 1 - Standard AV cable
    • 1 - USB controller cable
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Deal, Great System I decided to save up for the good old PS3 instead of the PS4, don't ask me why. So I looked for awhile, then what do you know, on sale for $99.99. Got it a few days later, and it was in perfect condition. Can't be happier with my choice. :)
    Date published: 2016-04-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good deal. I was a little bit worried with this purchase because it was refurbished. It came in good to very good condition. I've tested it with Blurays, Netflix and several graphics intensive games for hours. What can I say it works just fine a really good deal.
    Date published: 2016-03-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from It stopped working after 3 days It worked good for 3 days then the darn thing stopped working by when turned on it powers for a few seconds the it turns off but doesn't use the red light and I lost all my saved games and data and I cant get my game out of the console.
    Date published: 2015-06-22
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disappointed Purchased a refurbished 160GB Playstation 3 on Thursday 6-11-15 got it home took it out of the box and set it up. Unit required an update which I tried to install numerous times without success. I was unable to use the unit as it would try to reinstall the update after every restart. I will return the unit today Friday 6-12-15. Terrible experience for a first time buyer. Not likely to return after returning the defective unit.
    Date published: 2015-06-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The greatest console I ever played I just got this about a week ago and let me tell you, boy do i love this over the Xbox 360, it works perfectly to me, I like the free wifi without having to pay just to have access to the internet, it outbeats the 360, i do not like having to buy Xbox live after Xbox live card just to have access to the dang internet, lol. Plus the graphics is way better on the PS3 to me over the 360. It works real good to be a Premium Refurbished Certified PS3, it still works like it just come from Wal-Mart or Kmart. I won't regret uying it, And the best part, I am glad i got it with my all new GameStop credit card, thank you so much GameStop for coming up with that awesome offer to allow me to rebuild my credit through yall, i am loving it. The PS3 is cheaper than buying a ll new system when refurbish consoles works as good as new ones. I would recommend this PS3 to anyone. I ain't got no Flat Screen to experience High Definition images from the PS3, i will get one down the line
    Date published: 2015-03-08
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Horrible i bought this thing and it sucks i played it for the first 5 hours then turned it off and it wouldnt turn back on and the only time it would come on is for like 15 minutes this ps3 not any of the other ps3's on here but this one is a piece of junk and i do not reccomend buying this for you or a friend STAY EASY GAME ON!!!!
    Date published: 2014-02-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally grew into its own! I got the 360 shortly after launch, then picked up the slim 160 GB PS3 about 2 years ago. It was definitely a good move getting it when I did - the price had finally dropped enough for me to grab the console for $250 and the list of exclusives had finally become way too tempting to resist! While I am glad I'm a PS3 owner, it doesn't come without its flaws (and nether does the 360!) and both consoles serve me well in their own unique ways. So if you're picking between consoles here's a quick list of some of things to consider if you're deciding which one is the best fit for you: -BluRay isn't the game-changer Sony was hoping for, but it's still a really handy feature if you haven't gotten yourself a player yet. The exclusive games that appeal to you should be the biggest deciding factor in your choice, but now that the PS3 and 360 consoles are so close to each other in price, that free BluRay player might be the thing that tips the scales towards the PS3. -PS3 online functionality is very hit-and-miss: online gaming quality varies from game to game, and things that should be simple like system updates and some apps like Netflix just cause headaches to try and use. Bear in mind that online services are free, but if you're willing to pay for quality online gaming, lean towards the Xbox. It really is worth paying for, and the online experience is the reason that I'll almost always buy the 360 version of any game that comes out for both consoles. -Frustrating load times. Even though Blu-Ray storage capacity is much more massive, DVD discs and lenses are just able to load data more rapidly and awesome games like Uncharted and Last of Us just seem to take too darn long to load. -Many disk-based games have fairly large mandatory installs. 160 gigs will last awhile as long as you're not doing too many digital copies or storing tons of multimedia. -The PS3 controller is simply not as comfortable or intuitive as the 360's. The DualShock analog sticks don't feel responsive enough, and those R2 and L2 triggers just stink. I do appreciate that the PS3's controller's battery is built in, whereas you have to pay a bit extra to get a rechargable battery pack with the 360 controller. -PS3 Move just isn't worth it, especially for all the extra accessories you need to get each player involved. Kinect isn't for everyone, but it is pretty stinking cool and it's only one peripheral to buy. I rarely do motion gaming with it, but I love using the subtle extras like voice commands in games and apps - developers seemed to utilize the Kinect well. Finally, consider the games. As I said before, this should be the NUMBER ONE deciding factor. More than 90% of the must-play games that came out this generation are on both consoles, so focus on which exclusives you simply can't live without - in the end, you're guaranteed an awesome gaming experience whichever way you lean, and you may just wind up owning both after a few years anyway!
    Date published: 2013-12-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Traded My PS3 System is great, but trade it in before value goes down. ps4 is about to come out. not recommended for kids. Wii u highly recommended for kids
    Date published: 2013-10-30
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