By: The Husband
I was gamer long before it was considered cool to be a gamer. I have owned every system that has come out. I do still currently have PS3, XBox 360, Playstation Vita, Wii, Wii U, and my wife and kids play on their Wii U. I’ve gotten my wife and kids hooked on playing games too. Now I’m a manager at GameStop, so I’m what you would consider a die hard gamer.
I’m excited about the two upcoming systems especially now that Microsoft has heard what we the consumers, the average person, had to say. I can honestly say that I’m looking forward to actually seeing the XBOX One right beside my PS4.
For those who say you have to be a die hard XBox or Sony person, I have one thing to say to them, “Open your horizons!”
If you look at the consoles they are so evenly matched, but with unique features each. That me personally, I can not limit myself to being a fan to one or the other. Of course, I have always been one of those die hard video gamers who has gotten every system that has every hit the market.
Here is the PS4 vs. XBOX One Showdown:
8 GB DDR3
32 MB of ESRAM
500 GB hard drive
Can attach hard drive
Not Bluetooth supported
Allows you to connect to Skype and Internet Explorer
Requires a Kinect
Still has to have the one-time system set up via the Internet
Rumbling triggers on controller
Utilizes “Smart Glass”
Highlighted as the “Multi-task System” (Much like the Wii U.)
Exclusive Games Available For It:
Dead Rising 3, Ryse: Son of Rome, Quantum Break, Killer Instinct, Sunset Overdrive, and of course, we can’t forget MineCraft.
8 GB GDD R5Ram
Advantage in GPU
Can upgrade hard driveu-
Faster format advantage in multi-platform games
Touch pad controller
No Internet needed for set up
Exclusive Games for PS4:
inFamous: Second Son, Knack, The Order:1886, Killzone:Shadow Fall