Which do you think will be better, PlayStation 4 or Xbox 720?

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  1. Gamer Nurse profile image60
    Gamer Nurseposted 6 years ago

    Which do you think will be better, PlayStation 4 or Xbox 720?

    Console wars have become common place, with Sony and Microsoft going head to head to see who will come out top.  My question is simple but with a twist, which do you think is going to be better at this early stage, and why?

  2. CitizenPM profile image61
    CitizenPMposted 6 years ago

    I think this one borderlines on the unawserable lol.  All the information availible to the public is little more than base specs. It's like trying to look at a set of cars and judging which will do better base soley on the engine and absolutely nothing else.  I'm thinking both will expand on the functionalities of their current systems and attempt to push them in new directions but the concept of how and where exactly are mysteries overall. It's even worse for the PS4 as they just "secretly" announced they'd do a semi unvailing in the coming months.

    If I had to guess at it I imagine both will focus more on accessability and creating a UI that spans multiple platforms with multiple functions as their key selling point.  From there It's likely they'll have some additional hardware product peripheral of some sort but It's just two early to tell which will be "superior"  They've both been really good at being secretive about things.

    1. Gamer Nurse profile image60
      Gamer Nurseposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Well that wasn't the first answer I was expecting to this question that's for sure!  You are right that this does border on  the unanswerable, but there is always a chance someone will put an argument up in favor of one or the other

  3. sm825 profile image60
    sm825posted 5 years ago

    I usually do not decide until I find out is the system reliable, and will not many people reporting malfunctions with the systems. The last thing I would look at is how many good games, or games that I might enjoy for each system, and choose the ones with most interesting games.

  4. profile image51
    MayaMayfieldposted 5 years ago


    I think the Playstation PS4 will be better than the Xbox One.
    Both consoles were revealed at the the E3 Games conference, with PS4 stealing the show, with titles such as Watch Dog, Destiny, and Mad Max causing a huge ruckus amongst the avid game fans.

    Check out the count down to release date here at: http://www.ps4.sx


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