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You'll Be Able to Cool Off with This Fashionable Frozen PS4

Posted by Sammy Barker

Well chill

Sony's custom Glacier White PlayStation 4 may be ice cold, but Japan's latest hardware option is Frozen. This special shell sports Anna and Elsa artwork from the popular Disney movie, as well as lots of pretty snowflakes. Much like the Yakuza and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes units from launch, this is not a completely unique console — instead, it sports a printed hard drive fascia.

Bizarrely, the console doesn't come with a copy of the movie, so you'll need to purchase that separately. The machine itself will retail for ¥42,980 ($424), with the film costing an additional ¥4,000 ($23). You can pre-purchase the limited edition console through here.

[via gematsu.com]

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User Comments (11)

Punished_Boss

#1

Punished_Boss said:

Coldness awaits!

Well i forsee a lot of these special edition PS4s not coming our way, like PS3/PS Vita.

Boerewors

#5

Boerewors said:

Can't believe these things are never popular in the west. Usually people tend to scream "Take my money" when these editions are revealed, but people just don't seem interested enough to actually bring em west. I had my PS4 laser etched a while back and it looks really sweet (I have Mandela on it) and the company I approached actually started doing it commercially. Although the entire faceplate 360 thing never took off, I really hope this does. It's just nice to be able to customize your PS4 and refresh it's theme every 6 months or so. They should make the faveplates just a bit thicker do, if possible, or use different materials. My brother had to much layers and he has holes in his faceplate now :)

rjejr

#7

rjejr said:

@NicolaHayden - "but there is nothing stopping everyone performing their own renditions."

You're assuming there's still somebody left who hasn't. 50 years from now It will be viewed as the reason Youtube was invented. :-)

thedanman64

#9

thedanman64 said:

Not really interested in this, so I think I'll just let it go.

The custom design never bothered me anyway.

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