What if you just bought your PS4 from Amazon and didn’t want to use your old console?

Well, now you have an easy way to get your old PS4 games back on the PlayStation Network.

The latest version of Sony’s online service, called Playstation Back, has made this easy.

It lets you download PS4 titles from Amazon’s servers, and it also lets you play older games on your old consoles.

Playstation back, which is currently in beta, has a few limitations, like it’s only supported for a few PS3 titles, and not all of them are available on PS4 yet.

The biggest drawback of the new feature is that you can’t transfer your games to your old hardware.

If you buy an older PS3, it will be a little hard to transfer to your new PS3.

This is probably the most annoying part of the whole process.

We’re hoping to have more detailed information on the new service soon.

Here’s a list of some of the older PS4 game libraries that are supported on PS Play.

These are just a few titles that might be compatible, but not all PS4 owners will be able to download them.

There’s a lot more support for older titles on PS3 than on PS 4, but if you’re going to play older titles, you’ll want to make sure that they’re compatible on your new machine.

If a game you’ve played on PS2, PS3 or PS4 is still not working, try running it on PS 3 instead.

This will save you some money and will ensure that you don’t lose any data.