Will the Xbox One or PS4 have the better debut video game?
History tells us that brand new consoles over the past decade always bring an exclusive gaming franchise with it. Xbox had Halo and Gears of War. PS2 had Kingdom Hearts and God of War. The PS3 had Uncharted and the 360 had Bioshock. With that in mind, which upcoming system, the PS4 or Xbox One, will debut the more popular new series?
After watching day 2 of E3, I'm gonna go with PS4. With Primal Carnage, InFamous: Second Son, Carmageddon: Reincarnation and The Order: 1886. I'm leaning towards Sony. Even though most of the games, like Destiny, Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Evil Within, Battlefield 4 and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will be multi-platform. That only leaves Xone with Titanfall, Ryse, Halo and D4. And not to mention, Kingdom Hearts 3 will be coming to both PS4 and X1. I believe the PS4 will have more exclusive games. And I would love to play around with the share button once I buy the console.
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