Xbox One: 12 reasons why you shouldn't get carried away by PS4 hype

Xbox One and PS4 hype
It’s fair to say PlayStation 4 captured gamers’ hearts and minds at E3 2013 last week with its lower price, pro used games stance and no 24-hour online check-in requirement (see this Amazon/Facebook poll for proof).
But let’s not write off the Xbox One too soon. Here are 12 reasons why you shouldn’t get carried away by the hype surrounding PS4.
UPDATE: This is an opinion article – do not read on if you’re expecting a fact-based news-style piece. 
UPDATE 2: Like I stated in point 12, Xbox One’s features were subject to change. Microsoft has now scrapped its online restrictions and used game requirements for Xbox One.

Don’t get us wrong – the Sony conference at E3 was excellent, and we’re not denying the PS4 is an impressive piece of kit. We own both the 360 and PS3 and are not biased towards one or the other; we just feel that by getting caught up in all the used game hoo-hah, some of the Xbox One’s core selling points are being overlooked.
1. Xbox One DOES let you trade games in
Microsoft not handling the used games debate particularly well with Xbox One has caused a gamer uproar. But let’s be clear about this.
You can still buy, sell and trade second-hand boxed games as usual, but it’ll be up to publishers (like EA, Activision and Ubisoft) whether you can do this with their games.
Trade-ins can only be made at ‘participating retailers’. While it’s a shame this may exclude sites like eBay and Play.com, you can bet your bottom pound that national store chain GAME will be one of those participating retailers; it’s likely others such as HMV and supermarkets will be, too. Time will tell.
You’ll also be able to buy new game discs from stores – or download a digital version from your console – on release day. So if EA doesn’t allow you to trade in Battlefield 4, chances are you will have downloaded it new anyway, and so you may not even own a disc to re-sell.
2. PS4 may require an online connection too
We’re not saying that Xbox One initially requiring users to have access to the internet once every 24 hours is a good thing, but we are asking – is it really that bad?
Sure, if your internet goes down for more than a day, you’re not going to be happy. But don’t think that the PS4 will be the immediate solution to this problem. It doesn’t matter now anyway – Xbox One has scrapped its initial 24-hour policy.
When Sony said during its E3 2013 conference that the PS4 wouldn’t require at least one online check-in every 24 hours, or a constant internet connection, it meant so for its first-party games and the console itself.
Third-party publishers are free to come up with their own Digital Rights Management (DRM) for PS4. For example, Activision’s Destiny requires a constant internet connection. So the PS4 system doesn’t require the internet to work, but certain games will. And we’re pretty sure those annoying security updates for PS3 won’t be going away on PS4 (the ones that won’t let you play a game until you’ve downloaded them). So, you will need the internet for PS4, just in a different way.
And speaking of security…
3. You can’t predict problems
From the Xbox 360’s red ring of death to the PS3 hack that saw user’s personal data at risk, one thing we’ve learnt from consoles is that unexpected problems can happen.
Siding with or buying one platform too early may not be wise; reading reviews and spotting the bugs first may help you better decide which console to purchase.
Our point is, neither Sony or Microsoft are infallible, but if we had to choose between a hardware inconvenience and identity theft, we’d opt for the former.
4. Game ownership
Do you think you own your PS3 games? Will you truly ‘own’ that copy of Killzone on your PlayStation 4? Think again.
Let us refer you to Sony’s own PS3 licensing agreement online: “You do not have any ownership rights or interests in the [PS3/PS4] System Software. All intellectual property rights therein belong to SCE and its licensors, and all use or access to such System Software shall be subject to the terms of this Agreement and all applicable copyright and intellectual property laws. Except as expressly granted in this Agreement, SCE and its licensors reserve all rights, interests and remedies.”
Another part states: “You may not resell Game Software unless expressly authorised by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Resale and rental are prohibited unless expressly authorised by SCEE.”
Basically, Sony owns the game; you have the permission to play it. Perhaps this will be the same for PS4?
This has been the case for years. In World of Warcraft, you don’t own your characters, or any of their accessories. You don’t own their traits, skills, achievements or weapons. You don’t even own their appearance or styling – even if you created it. Blizzard owns all of that. You simply pay Blizzard to let you access that content.
One would assume retailers like GAME have permission to resell PS3 and PS4 games. And you would assume Microsoft will also give them that permission for Xbox One (as long as the game publisher agrees to it).
Now, let’s look at an Xbox 360 game box.
“Unauthorised copying, reverse engineering, transmission, public performance, rental, pay for play or circumvention of copy protection is strictly prohibited.”
There’s no mention of reselling here.
Anyway, let’s stop being pedantic for a second. Xbox One works by letting you install a game to the console’s hard drive. You then own that version of the game and have access to it from ‘the cloud’, regardless of what happens to the disc and from where you’re accessing it. Your Xbox One game library works on up to 10 systems; Sony’s works on two.
For more information on Xbox One game ownership, read this: How games licensing works on Xbox One.
5. The controller
For all the talk of online connectivity, DRM and exclusive games, one thing has been massively overlooked: the Dualshock 4 controller for PS4.
Us and the PlayStation controller have never really got along. It’s the positioning of the analogue sticks – we much prefer the less symmetrical layout of the Xbox pad (left stick higher, right stick lower), which lends itself more to fast-paced online gaming. The PS controller analogue sticks have always felt too loose, and slightly awkward to control when pressing the shoulder buttons at the same time.
The PS4 controller also looks like it’s got even longer and less wieldy than it was before, although Sony says it has finally tightened up the analogue sticks. Plus, it has a touch pad and light bar (see point 10. The features).
Call us crazier than Kim Kardashian and a crate of Kit Kats, but we’d rather pay a little more at launch and enjoy years and years of more comfortable gaming with Xbox One. Speaking of paying…
6. Price
We’d rather pay £429 for the Xbox One rather than PS4’s £349 asking price, for a number of reasons (see them listed in this article), not just for the Xbox One’s controller shape alone (obviously).
The Xbox One comes with Kinect; you’ll have to pay £44 extra if you want a PlayStation Camera for the PS4, or £54(!) if you want an additional DualShock controller. The Xbox One controller doesn’t have a price yet, though Amazon has listed it for $60. (UPDATE: Our point is not that the Xbox One is cheaper overall, because it’s not, it’s that we feel it offers better value in the long-term.)
You’ll also have to pay to play online using the PS4, just like Xbox Live. This will cost “less than $5 per month” – around the same as Microsoft’s service.
7. The games
This is arguably the most important part of all. While both machines share a lot of excellent third-party games, like Thief, Destiny and Battlefield 4, they also have their own console exclusives. Here’s our pick of ten for each.
Sony’s include Final Fantasy XIV, Knack, Killzone: Shadow Fall, Driveclub, Infamous: Second Son, The Order 1886, Daylight, Deep Down, Super Stardust HD and Planetside 2.
Microsoft’s include Halo 5, Titanfall, Quantum Break, Crimson Dragon, Forza 5, Sunset Overdrive, Ryse, Project Spark, Dead Rising 3 and Killer Instinct.
For us, Xbox One edges PS4 on the exclusives front. Quantum Break, Titanfall and Ryse look like fantastic new IPs, plus Halo and Killer Instinct will no doubt be good fun too. We will miss out on Final Fantasy XIV, though its successor, Final Fantasy XV (formerly known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII), will be available on both consoles.
8. The features
Both Xbox One and PS4 have Blu-ray drives, similar technology, and aren’t backwards compatible with Xbox 360/PS3 games respectively (UPDATE: PS4 will have access to a “limited library” of PS3 games thanks to a Gaikai streaming service – thanks James).
They also have a host of impressive features. Notable Xbox One features include:

  • Smart Match, a new online matchmaking system that gets you into online games faster. It removes lobbies and waiting times for online matches. It pairs players based on skill, language and reputation. While you wait, you can watch TV or listen to music.
  • Game DVR lets you record game footage and upload it to YouTube or Twitch – no expensive game recorders required.
  • Achievements are getting an upgrade, with a more personalised stats hub (and there’s just no comparison between Xbox Achievements and PSN Trophies).
  • Xbox Live – the platform alone is enough to make us want to stick with Microsoft; it’s still miles better than PSN
  • Snap mode lets you flick between games, TV and music instantly. While that doesn’t seem amazing, it means you can use Skype to talk to a group of friends at once while playing a game (meaning you can talk to others who don’t have an Xbox).

For PS4, there’s the following:

  • You can share portions of game footage with other users, which can be uploaded as you play
  • Gaikai lets you stream PS4 games to PS Vita
  • PS4 has a sudden sleep mode, like the 3DS, that lets you pause play and immediately resume whenever you like.
  • The console is not region-locked
  • The PS4 controller’s light bar can be tracked by the console, which, depending on where you are in the room, can reorganise the size of your split-screen to be closer to your position.

We couldn’t find so many great features for the PS4. But hey, PS4 buyers, it’s okay. You’re finally going to get a headset out of the box and cross-game chat. Eight years after Xbox 360 made it commonplace. (UPDATE: The irony is, Xbox One will not include a headset out of the box. Thanks to LKennedy for pointing that out).
9. Xbox will be out earlier (probably)
It hits shelves in November; The PS4 is out “this holiday season”, which could mean anything from October (unlikely) to a few weeks before Christmas.
We still love getting new games as early as possible – and having the first next-gen console around one month before the other is good enough for us.
10. Getting DLC first
From Call of Duty to Skyrim and Grand Theft Auto, Xbox 360 still offers new downloadable content to its users months before PS3 players. You can expect this to continue on Xbox One.
Owning a PS4 and having to wait potentially several months for the next add-on pack in COD: Ghosts or other triple-A blockbuster in the future? That’s not for us, thanks.
11. Big Brother is not watching you
The Kinect voice and camera sensor may need to be switched on for Xbox One to work, but you can leave it in a ‘pause’ state where it won’t listen to you.
When Xbox One is on and you have a conversation in your living room, it won’t be recorded or uploaded.  When the system turns off, it’ll only listen out for “Xbox On,” and you can turn that off too.
Plus, personal data like videos, photos, facial expressions and heart rates won’t be shared without your permission. Read more info on Xbox One’s privacy details here.
12. It’s all subject to change, anyway
Microsoft has said the features and requirements of Xbox One “are under development and may change prior to release”.
“In the months ahead, we will continue to listen to your feedback as we meet with our partners in the ecosystem to bring additional detail about our policies,” read a statement.
So the controversial used game and online policies could change.
As many football club supporters say, keep the faith. Overall, Microsoft hasn’t let us down with the Xbox and Xbox 360 – and we expect it won’t do with the Xbox One either. The company is far too corporate, experienced and affluent to let one of its gaming systems fail.
We’ll leave you with a question.
Do you want the Mercedes with a lower price tag, a faster engine, better fuel economy and resale value? Or do you want the slightly more expensive Aston Martin that isn’t as keen on letting your friends drive it, but has better in-car features and more driver enjoyment in the longer term?
We’ve made our choice.

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Wololo
Wololo
8 years ago

That is some pretty hardcore fanboyism.

Kamille Bidan
Kamille Bidan
8 years ago

spin it like a record, Xbox One is dead in the water. 😉

Albert
Albert
8 years ago

I entered this page willing to read some facts about XBOX One and PS4, not an opinion and I’m a bit disappointed: 1 – Sony allow you to trade games too, it’s just easier. 2 – PS4 –>MAY<– require online access too. With XBOX One you must have it. Always. So I can't play with it in my summerhouse. Great. 3&4 – Yes, I'm aware of that, something every console has. 5 – That's just an opinion, I always preferred the symmetric analogs among other things. 6 – I won't pay more even if I liked the XBOX controller more,… Read more »

Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford
8 years ago

Thanks Microsoft for telling me how your system is not a spying device. I’m glad to be convinced by such a fair and balanced, no spin network that the Xbox One is not only flawed like most intend it to be, but in reality much better than the Ps4 by someone who has allegedly not played either.

SwankTribal11
SwankTribal11
8 years ago

I’ll be buying an Xbox One, I think time will tell and the Xbox will prevail. The lay out of the controller is a key point, I’ve always struggled with the PS controller. The big point, games, and personally I preferred the XBox One exclusives.

Mallikite
Mallikite
8 years ago

Dang, I’m just disappointed in Microsoft,
I loved the 360, but after what I have learned,
there’s no way I can support them any longer,

Cathrine
Cathrine
8 years ago

Its just a shame really,
about all the xbox restrictions
As someone who regularly brings their 360 to a house without internet (grandmothers), there is no doubt at this point that I will be buying a PS4

Zannyties
Zannyties
8 years ago

As a member of the U.S. army, I don’t think I will be buying a Xbox One. Why is it that I can’t bring my Xbox overseas with me, without it checking up every 24 hours?
Loved playing split screen Halo with fellow troops, but I think we will be playing split screen Killzone, from hear on out.

Axe99
Axe99
8 years ago

Some good points and a lot of denial going on here – but to be expected given the bitter pill MS fans have had to swallow. Unfortunately, trying to describe the lower-spec, higher cost and less flexible piece of kit as the luxury car is out-and-out deceitful. The graphics card in the PS4 is estimated by tech experts (Digital Foundry, Anandtech) as 50% more powerful than that in the XB1, and the GDDR5 advantages are well documented. From a gamer’s perspective, it’s the choice between a $500 multi-purpose entertainment device, and a $400, better-performing gaming device. Both are great pieces… Read more »

dumbass
dumbass
8 years ago

I disagree with a few things in reason 2 the ps4 will download those security updates in the background and just because some games are completely online doesn’t mean that everyone will want to play those games and as stated before now everyone has internet in reason 4 who care about legal terminology I will still be able to do as i please with my physical games and not have to look up some rules if i want to lend it out and finally like most of this article is based on opinion so is the fact that you do… Read more »

HammadTheBeast
8 years ago

Quite possibly the stupidest article I’ve read in a while. Half of your “facts” are pulled out of your ass, the rest are so skewed with fanboyism its ridiculous. Xbox controller will also cost $59, PS Eye + PS4 is still less than $500.

SONY
SONY
8 years ago

RESPECT THE ASIAN COMPANY MORE.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SPECTACULAR ASIAN, LIKE KAZ HIRAI, THE FATHER OF CONSOLE GAMING.
HAIL SONY!
4> One.
SONY
make.believe

Kryptix
Kryptix
8 years ago

Haven’t seen a lot of denial like this in any other opinion article. The controller is all preference, both controllers feel comfortable to me. Reason number one about trading games is the same reason why you can’t let your friends borrow games freely. Sony game ownership means you don’t have permission to mess with the code and modify it because Sony owns it. It’s directed to hackers. Let’s be honest, you’re hurt because Microst butchered up the Xbox brand. How you see it, you want people to see other products be the same way. It’s ok for you because Microsoft… Read more »

foxhound56
8 years ago

wow… destiny requires internet connection….
THAT is why is called an MMO.. it is supposed to be connected to play ONLINE… fanboy

John
John
8 years ago

This really is fanboyism. You don’t even know what your talking about. 1. Being able to only buy, sell, or trade second-hand games at ‘‘participating retailers’ is just the problem. For example, this means it will be a much less competitive marketplace, devaluing the games. Also, third-party publishers can set up business terms or transfer fees with retailers, or block used games altogether on a ‘hardware’ level; also devaluing the games. So, really, no matter how you look at it, this is not a good thing by any means. 2. If third-party publishers want to shoot themselves in the foot… Read more »

ShwankyShpanky
ShwankyShpanky
8 years ago

“Plus, personal data like videos, photos, facial expressions and heart rates won’t be shared without your permission.” Odd that those pretty words don’t really mesh with the CURRENT EULA for the 360 w/ Kinect: The current XBL EULA includes the following. Keep in mind that the term “Services” will cover a much broader spectrum with the One. “If you use … Kinect, we may also collect data about the way in which you interact with the console and the Services to improve Microsoft products and services.” …and this: “Personal information collected by Microsoft may be stored and processed in the… Read more »

Justin
Justin
8 years ago

Always bitching about the damn controller. Is it really that hard for xbox fans to move their thumb a half an inch down? Besides, I like a functional d-pad, not that crappy little button on the Xbox controller

assdan
assdan
8 years ago

I’m just going to end say two things. Half of the crap you said is wrong if yo watched E3. Your other problem is people are actually saying the controller for the ps4 is better.

XBone
8 years ago

One of the most r*tarded articles I have ever read

James
James
8 years ago

While you make a valiant effort to defend the Xbox One, I have to disagree with your points: 1. Whether or not you can trade in Xbox One games is up to the publisher and why would a publisher like EA allow used game sales when they have been fighting against them for years with online passes? Dropping them now is just an indication that they plan to restrict or limit used games sales in the future. 2. The PS4 will not require an online connection unless you are playing a game that is multiplayer only like Destiny, Planetside 2,… Read more »

Shawn
Shawn
8 years ago

Ps fanboys are butthurt i will get both consoles but the xb1 is once again blazing the path for the future generation of console gaming.. How many friends do u honestly let borrow your games? Well with the xb1 i can let u borrow a game digitally wow. Don’t have internet well ok when it is time for the 24 hr check in just do the kb check in tethered off of your smart phone will take about 1 min.. Like i said i will have both consoles but i like the way the xb1 is basically creating a steam… Read more »

JFASH
JFASH
8 years ago

When all you can do is smile cos u know more………………………..

Human
Human
8 years ago

How much did you get OP?

Axe99
8 years ago

@ Shawn – funny old comment when the PSN is already more like Steam than XBL. I’m on all three – Steam’s in the lead, PSN’s a couple of years behind and XBL another year or so behind that. They’ll all get there, but right now the only thing I’m really happy about is that there’s competition in the console industry – if there wasn’t anything to keep MS honest, I shudder what to think they’d have done.

Trv
Trv
8 years ago

Your article is skewed. Look at what you are saying.

LKennedy
LKennedy
8 years ago

I love the comment that indicates that “Ps4 finally gets a headset- 8 years after Xbox made it commonplace”. Did you not read the memo? XBone will not be shipping with an included headset.
Also I agree you had some good comments, but this article is ruined by fanboyism.

jimmy
jimmy
8 years ago

1.This is true, but its very unlikely that publishers will except free trading and selling of their games, especially when MS has already built an infrastructure for them to gain more. 2.True, but this only applies to MMO games not hardware which is whats applicable today. MS have built a very restrictive console which requires an internet connection just to even be able to play it OFFLINE. 3.I totally agree with this point, but it is worth remembering that Sony operated on a FREE service which meant they had to limit their costs. With the PS4 paying model they will… Read more »

Simon
Simon
8 years ago

Number four is wholly incorrect.
The link you gave relates only to firmware on the PS3 system. Not games on the PS4 system.
“This Agreement applies to any system software or firmware included in the PS3™ system”
What it is saying is you can’t sell their system updates, which is fair enough because they’re available free.

Panos Lennon
Panos Lennon
8 years ago

Suck a ridiculous article..FANBOYS NEVER DIE xD

thiswebsiteisballs
thiswebsiteisballs
8 years ago

– only being able to trade in games at certain places IS OBVIOUSLY FANTASTIC
-ermahgerd dualshock 4 sucks? personal PREFERENCE
-xbox live is more expensive and no free games or bonuses. HOW IS THAT BETTER
-“we’d rather pay more money” hahaha WOW. that just sums up the ‘article’.
-out earlier? what a great reason to buy it
-I would have thought the ‘more expensive aston martin’ would be more powerful than the ‘cheap mercedes’, no?

JD
JD
8 years ago

in response to your points I offer these counter points. 1. the letting 10 of your friends play your game library sounds good. Playstation has the option that you can hand the controls over to a friend mid game if you want though. (Sounds like you get to let your friend play your library also here)oh, and they didnt limit it to 10 of your friends, they said a friend meaning any of them. +point Playstation 4 2. The playstation hardware does not require an internet connection. you can play any game that does not require the internet for information… Read more »

HAHAHA
HAHAHA
8 years ago

I can’t get over how stupid this list is.

unicronic
unicronic
8 years ago

Whilst I respect your opinion, I think some of your points are stretching things a bit. #2 saying PS4 may require an online connection is like saying the world may end tomorrow. It is pure speculation. Destiny requiring an always on connection is something gamers will be aware of when they grab it off the shelf. With PS4 you have the choice to be offline if you want, with Xbox you don’t. Also there are plenty of places in the world that still don’t get a decent standard of internet or internet at all, this includes the USA. #4 regarding… Read more »

Gingerprince
Gingerprince
8 years ago

I`ve owned an Xbox and xbox 360. I watched the PS4 launch several weeks ago and thought this system looks good – in terms of power – and video uploading. I then watched the xbox one launch several weeks ago and was slightly worried with the lack of games shown and the over interest in the media side of the device. I was at this point leaning towards the PS4. I then watched the E3 launch of the xbox one.This is where I think the games really started to shine. Both 1st party and 3rd party offerings were looking very… Read more »

Gamer2013
Gamer2013
8 years ago

Hmm, Xbox and ps4 sold out on amazon quickly, people will have both, everyone I know is getting both, mostly I see a lot of ps4 fans freaking out about all of this, they really just seem like fanboys trying to make everyone not buy the Xbox. Also, if you have problems with the Xbox Internet and other things the you feel will be an issue, then getting any console should be the last thing on your mind, get a decent job before you start buying luxury items

Jewy McJew
Jewy McJew
8 years ago

I appreciate what MS is trying to do with disc-less play. There are lots of little advantages (like cross-game play request, instant changing, sharing, etc..) but its so difficult to explain, no one is buying it. We can only see the downside.
Besides that, they bet badly on memory technology and as a result, have a more complex cpu with worse performance than PS4. Not their fault, that was just bad luck.
MS is in deep trouble. I think they should delay launch by a year, take the billion dollar write-down, and re-tool.

Jack
Jack
8 years ago

The main difference between Sony and Microsoft is, that while designing features of new console, Sony was focusing on developers and gamers, while Microsoft – on publishers and other “content owners”… What should (and probably will) be better for customers is not hard to predict…

you're an idiot
you're an idiot
8 years ago

Change the title to “Xbot Rant” please its a much better title given the content of the article.

THE TRUTH
8 years ago

This is the worst writing I have seen in a long time… Firstly, The fact that you mentioned PS3 Exclusives without mentioning The God of war, Uncharted, and Grand Tourishmo franchises is the hight of FANBOYISM and blindness! Those are the BIGGEST franchises on the PS3 and two offered the BEST GAMES OF THIS GENERATION on consoles!(GOW3 AND UNCHARTED 2) Not to mention the Infamous series, the Little Big Planet Series, and Planetside 2! DC Universe etc etc… Secondly, The XBOX ONE Does NOT come wit a headset AND the console requires NEW HEADSETS! Thats because of a new part… Read more »

gladwin
gladwin
8 years ago

This is a great article stating the benefits of the new Xbox console. It was not a fanboy piece at all.

Ice Kold Killa
Ice Kold Killa
8 years ago

I agree 100% with #3 (Albert)’s comment. He says exactly what I think of this article. Here I came thinking Sony was hiding something from us but it’s just a Xbox fanboy trying to be “non-biased” when seeing the facts. Yeah right. This guy even says one reason is the controller and how Sony’s doesn’t feel right or something with the analogs. I can adapt with both and even N64. If I can, so can you. Stop being such a … (not gonna say it) and learn. So you go and try to play and say “oh I can’t play… Read more »

THE SALT
THE SALT
8 years ago

To the OP great article… Let me just say upfront the PS1 was the greatest console that opened new dimensions in game development with many of the top FRANCHISES in history Tomb Raider FF7 Res Evil Tekken Gran Turismo Colin Mcrae Driver all leading the way and still influencing games today in their respective genres. However i made change to OGxbox based on the exclusives in Halo Rocky & Kelly Slaters surfing that my mate had when he lent his box one weekend. 3mths later i was still hooked and bought my own. At the time PS2 had 83% market… Read more »

Matt
Matt
8 years ago

“We own both the 360 and PS3 and are not biased towards one or the other”
You have got to be kidding me, this is blatant ‘fanboyism’ at it’s worst!!!

Axe99
8 years ago

@ Dom – well adjusted, that title. No worries this as an opinion piece, as you can be as slanted as you like (and, imo, you’re deffo stretching the truth a bit, but that’s you’re prerogative). The XB1 still looks like it’s a good piece of kit, and I have no doubt early-adopter XB1ers will have fun, but I also have no doubt they’ll have a narrower range of games (may well not be an issue, Xbox360 ‘core’ crowd is more casual and narrower in focus) and pay a higher price for it. Given their more casual nature, I doubt… Read more »

Brian
Brian
8 years ago

How much did Microsoft pay for this steaming pile of crap? My opinion is your site sucks. You’re in Microsoft’s pocket. All Playstation gamers should boycott all sites that post this kind of crap.

Sam
Sam
8 years ago

Interesting piece, but I’m still going to pick up a PS4 first.

pyomn
pyomn
8 years ago

Xbox One edges PS4 on the exclusives front
@@@
Whaat? author of this bollocks is smoking weeeeed

cody
cody
8 years ago

can you be more of a fanboy…
after i read that ps4 is causing destiny to be always on i just laughed…
Destiny my friend is a ONLINE ONLY game…morons like the author of this article are the reason that so many people are misinformed when it comes to games….GG idiot and i hope the door hits you on the ass on your way out.

bucky167
bucky167
8 years ago

ps4 will live longer than xboxone,microsoft you guys killed your selfs with the bull,sell that crap to kids under 5yrs old,they wont care,but we gamers do and you guys have treated us with no respect,so i welcome ps4 this year.