- So, XBox One or PS4?
Only 6 or so weeks to go until the big battle kicks off, and I’m rather excited. I’ve had both preordered since it was possible to do so, with the intention of cancelling one once the launch details were finalised, ordering both is just daft really. I’m rather torn about which to cancel. The initial decision was easy as MS were basically making every disastrous decision that it could possibly make…DRM, lack of second hand market etc, whereas Sony were making all the right noises.The prices,with the PS4 at £80 cheaper also meant that I was pretty certain the XB was getting the boot. However MS have really pulled things around…a free copy of Fifa 14, free headphones, the ability to switch off bloody Kinect, and most importantly, the better games line up…Forza 5, Dead Rising 3 and the almighty looking Titanfall. Sony do have some good looking exclusives as well, namely Killzone, Infamous Second Son and The Order:1883. I also prefer XBox Live to PSN. But still I cant decide.
What are you lot going to be getting, if either?Posted 4 years agobigrichMember
destiny is on xbone too.
sony are a better hardware manufacturer, microsoft are a better software company. they tried to move things on by making it appeal to non gamers and that went down like a ton of bricks.
the DRM thing, if your developers are spending squillions on tripleA titles, yet only seeing like, 50% of the sales, you can kinda see the point.
I reckon they’ll all be much of a muchness.
Nes over master system, now there’s the truth.Posted 4 years agoendurogangsterMember
Definitely PS4 for me, tho will probably wait til next year another the first wave of bugs have been worked out, having had the last 3 playstations, I was thinking it was time for a change but the Xbox one looks like a train wreck and MS have lost the plot! Titanfall is the only thing that looks any cop and that will come to PS4 6-12 months later anywayPosted 4 years agoCougarSubscriber
In honesty, I don’t think I’m going to be an early adopter. The 360 is serving me well and I’ve invested heavily in it; for instance, what am I going to do with all my Rock Band kit when I replace the console?
I think what I’m going to do is wait till the games dry up, then see how much next-gen games are going for and then make a decision based on what most of my mates have bought.
As a stop-gap, once the new ones are out I might pick up a PS3 once they’re being sold off for twenty quid so I can play the exclusives like Heavy Rain and The Last of Us.Posted 4 years ago
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