Microsoft's Xbox One Is Far Weaker Than Sony's PlayStation 4, According to This Legendary Game Creator

Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT  ) Xbox One had a strong debut, selling millions in its first month on the market. But with the holiday rush over, sales have slowed to a crawl: Last month, rival Sony's (NYSE: SNE  ) PlayStation 4 outsold Microsoft's console by 2-to-1 in the U.S., and retailers have begun to offer incentives on the Xbox One to move inventory.

While the console race is still in its early stages, Microsoft appears to have its hands full. It's become clear that Sony's machine is more powerful, capable of offering much better-looking games.

Metal Gear Solid creator praises Sony's machine
Hideo Kojima, the creator of the legendary Metal Gear Solid franchise, has been a vocal supporter of Sony's PlayStation 4. Most recently, in an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu (via DualShockers), Kojima heaped lavish praise on Sony's latest console:

I think, between the home consoles available ... [Sony's] PS4 is the best. It's also excellent for graphics, being able to render 1080p at 60fps with room to spare. Since it does it a little better than other hardware, the image quality of the PS4 is the most beautiful.

Kojima's comments are particularly notable given that his upcoming work, Metal Gear Solid V, will appear on both Sony and Microsoft's consoles. In other words, Kojima is familiar with both machines, and has no reason to be biased.

Of course, Kojima's comments should come as no surprise to anyone who has been following the industry. Over the past few months, a number of third-party games have been found to perform better on Sony's PlayStation 4, able to output graphics at full 1080p HD, rather than the 720p that some of Microsoft's Xbox One titles have been limited to.

More power for less money
Arguably, this gap in graphical power is not necessarily a deal-breaker. In fact, less powerful video game consoles have almost always outsold their more powerful competitors: The Wii outsold both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 despite lacking HD visuals, while Sony's PlayStation 2 outsold both the original Xbox and the GameCube.

But the popularity of these less-powerful machines was largely driven by the price: With lesser technology, weaker consoles have almost always been offered up at cheaper prices, making them easier for consumers to afford.

Not this time. Although the Xbox One isn't as powerful as Sony's PlayStation 4, it's more expensive -- a full $100 (or 25%) more.

Microsoft's advantage
The extra cost is likely due to the inclusion of Kinect 2.0, the motion and voice-controlled sensor sold with every Xbox One. Although the Kinect gives the Xbox One smart TV capabilities Sony's PlayStation 4 could never hope to match, for dedicated video gamers, the Kinect is largely superfluous.

It's hardly surprising that the PlayStation 4 has outsold the Xbox One so far. Dedicated gamers are the sort of consumers most likely to purchase a console following its release: If all you want to do is game, Sony's machine offers better-looking games at a lesser price point -- the choice is obvious.

In the long run, Microsoft may be able to close the gap by offering better exclusives, bolstering its TV capabilities to attract non-gamers, or aggressively cutting the price of its console. For now, Sony is clearly offering gamers the better deal.

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  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 9:59 AM, smoker87 wrote:

    Honestly, why do you write about the same thing over and over again? We get it, you don't like the Xbox One. Move on bro. Lacking material?

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:05 AM, miker529 wrote:

    Bias much? how are you a journalist? Get some new material.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:06 AM, GK15 wrote:

    Good article, and many of your points are spot on, but what a trolling headline. Kojima never even said it was "far weaker." That's just click bait, plain and simple.

    And here are two words for you that will help the XB1 graphics wise: "Tiled Resources"

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:10 AM, PCElitist wrote:

    I love all the XBox fanboys rushing here to "defend the XBox honor". You sheep need to figure out several things: 1. this guy doesn't like the XBox. it's a given. You WILL NEVER change his mind. Move the fnck along. 2. XBox (as in every one of the consoles) was always under-powered compared to the competition. It gained a following no different than WoW... it wasn't quality that brought the market. it was mass marketing and media hype. WoW is a $h!7 game but its appeal is to that of the nuggs of the world. 3. Rushing to defend the XBox brand does nothing but show you're a sheep. the only people you will impress with your "passion" are others of similar mind as you and Bill Gates. That's it. plain. Simple. Period. So you can sit around and circle jerk each other and Willy and get off on how much you love the XBrick or you can take this dose of common sense i am shoving in your face like my rocks bouncing off your chin and accept it for truth like you can accept the pin pricks of my bag's stubble from not shaving in a week... and move the fnck along or you can keep on sitting there letting me hit you in the face with more common sense and my stubbly bag and continue to ignore both and continue to b!7ch, whine, moan, groan and complain about how everyone is being a bunch of meanie pooheads by talking not very nice about the P.O.S. console you failtastically chose to purchase. Ultimately, i think both consoles are lacking. But it is what it is.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:49 AM, hisradness wrote:

    I find it interesting to point out that the XBox is essentially a niche device, much like a Nintendo. It would also appear that the only extra your console needs is a blu-ray player. MS has proven that making an all-in-one is not as desirable. Don't get me wrong, I have owned consoles from all three companies, I play on a PS3 and love my Wii U and will probably get a PS4 after a price drop, but I just don't see the point in another XBox for me. And seeing as the XBox has never been profitable for MS, I don't see this being tolerated much longer from stockholders.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:15 AM, chuck2233 wrote:

    maybe motley fool should stop sucking off sony for at least on article

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:18 AM, WarriorNine wrote:

    Before I even clicked on the link to this article, I knew who the 'journalist' behind it was. Don't you have anything better to do?

    People who follow the gaming scene already know that the XBox One is not as powerful as the PS4. I hope this doesn't affect competition between the two platforms, since the average gamer doesn't spend much time analyzing pixel counts and such, but sales figures may already point to the public's opinion.

    I am mostly disappointed that there seems to be less competition this generation, as I love video games, regardless of what console they appear on. Less competition usually leads to less innovation (such as with Madden games). Anyhow, I hope this author knows how to write about other topics as one or two a week about this subject is getting old.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:30 AM, bluesky64 wrote:

    Sam,

    Calling a giant like xbox dead before it's time is very damages and what upside are you looking for. One thing we both can agree on. The demand for the game consoles are in high demand like two time what anyone thought. The best way to capitalize on this go long on beat down AMD $ 3.69. Most analyst agree AMD and there new price target has been raised.

    I'm not sure if you are aware Xbox territory roll out world is only 15% completed. So the race is far from over. All I'm saying is be careful predicting the end before it's time.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:34 AM, JaredM80 wrote:

    as much as i like Playstation 4 enough with these stupid articles. it's hurting PS4 gamers b/c you write the articles but strangely enough we get called fanboys because of it. i've seen it many times.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:41 AM, johnbonphony wrote:

    A Japanese game maker, being interviewed by a Japanese game magazine about his preference between an American owned machine and a Japanese owned machine. Oh yeah and by the way he is getting paid by Sony as well, so are we really going to take his opinion as unbiased and something to base our decision off of. I am starting to think that the writers at Motley Fool are either getting paid by Sony, or that they bought heavy in Sony stock.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:59 AM, malakadil wrote:

    There is no weaker no stronger console at this time . i dont own PS4 or PS3 . i have got Xbox360 . The reason Xbox ONe lost is because they made few mistake this time like PS3 did last time . . People can accept kinect , remote or anything else if the initial price is low . most people will go for PS4 because of the price . if Xbox one release holographic device which cost 500 $ if there arnt enough content. PS4 is releasing VR headset , Xbox One is releasing Remote i wont care about it nor 30 % people . there are many games people want to experience . sorry but i wont buy Xbox one with Kinect for 500$ with same graphics as another console which cost 300 $ .

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 12:14 PM, tomcat2007 wrote:

    I didn't see the quote of the Kojima saying the Xbox one is "far weaker"??? He simply said he likes the PS4 the best and it has excellent graphics capabilities.

    Every console war since the beginning of console wars has had a "weaker" console. They are never exactly the same architecture. But it almost never relates to being the winner or not. Price and game selection are usually the main factors, and Microsoft has some great games coming so they will do just fine.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 12:42 PM, DrTek wrote:

    He probably gets part of his salary from Sony.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:13 PM, URALLFOOLS wrote:

    Wow! Imagine that? A Japanese developer touting a Japanese company's console over an American company's console? Unheard of.... SMH...

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:14 PM, URALLFOOLS wrote:

    Sam Mattera's journalism is far weaker according to this legendary journalist......

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:26 PM, jchurch49 wrote:

    First off... I'm a fan of both consoles... so not being a fanboy here.

    But you do know that Kojima has been Sony exclusive for YEARS with the Metal Gear series, right? He definitely has a bias, and to try to say that he doesn't because this new Metal Gear is on both consoles selectively omits the entire history of the Metal Gear series (at least as far back as Metal Gear Solid on the Playstation 1). Not to mention that he is a Japanese developer and the system he is touting is Japanese while the other is not.

    And btw... if you think Sony is doing so much better than Microsoft... just wait until Titanfall hits. I'm thinking sales will sharply increase, and from all the sources I have talked to... that's already happening.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:28 PM, system22 wrote:

    As someon who works very closely with the video game industry and knows people in it - this article is misguided. Yes the PS4 is more powerful than the Xbox One, but only slightly. Its comparable between the power differences of the xbox 360 and the ps3 (about 8-10%). The reason the Xbox One has hard a hard time getting launch titles at resolutions as high as the PS4 is not due to a a lack of power but the actual architecture of the Xbox one system. Once devs have a better handle on this and better tools at their disposal, the whole 1080p/60fps "gates" will be a thing of the past. just like how ps3 games didn't look quite as good as 360 games at launch even though it had the power. You must also remember too that these launch titles have been in development for years. A long time before the launch. Having a system only be available for a couple months with no install base gives developers little time or desire to start from the ground up on new tools and engines. This will come as the install base grows. This is probably some of the most biased, naive writing about the next gen consoles I have seen yet.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:40 PM, Petronilus wrote:

    In consumer electronics for decades there has been a strong trend in both Japan and Korea that consumers highly favor brands from their own country. In fact, both these countries became leaders in consumer electronics starting by their own home market succeeding. Sony is a favorite brand in Japan much like Samsung is in Korea.

    There is not so much to be surprised about and we already know that PS4 has an advantage on gaming rendering performance.

    Microsoft can easily improve the performance (better RAM for example) to match or exceed PS4 without having to wait multiple years for an entirely new platform development. PC games have from the beginning been able to run on all sorts of hardware and there is no great reason why an XBOX could not exist with a lineup of different models having different performance levels ideally including a high-end gamer model with much better than PS4 performance. Why not make an "XBOX One Ultimate" matching what is possible on PC gaming machines?

    I like to look at the incremental values of purchasing any consumer electronics product by the metric of how many percent of improvement of use it represents. Using voice and gesture control to operate cable box functionality means you can save a few seconds for every hour of watching broadcast type TV. It's not necessarily bad, if it works reliably (which it doesn't), but it represents a tiny fraction of use.

    Gaming on the other hand is about hours of continuous use and that is therefore still the #1 most important use case for a gaming console even when it is trying to make life a bit easier for selecting broadcast content in novel ways.

    Microsoft needs to ensure that Xbox is primarily perceived as a kick ass gaming machine and learn that the "few seconds per day of improved user interface allowing voice and gesture commands to control broadcast TV" isn't much of an incremental value of people's life...seriously speaking.

    Enough said...

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:42 PM, PickThisFoo wrote:

    @PCElitist

    Personal preference is an individual prerogative, but using official position to back said preference is intellectually dishonesty. Only in this generation has the Microsoft console been underplayed by Sony, in the previous two iterations Xbox generally had better visual fidelity. I would say, it's far too early to determine exactly the entire fate of either of the two consoles. Judging by your adolescent male ejaculatory framework, you know a thing or two about jerking off, but you should remember , It's not always the size of the tool, as much as how you use it.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:52 PM, chrismireya wrote:

    In two days, Sam Mattera will write an article about how one person's hate for the Xbox One means that the console is a poison responsible for crimes, global warming, dead polar bears, high unemployment, violence and bigotry.

    In other words, Sam Mattera isn't a real writer. He is a petulant little boy with "console issues" who is too dumb to know that even PS fans roll their eyes at his silly blog articles that are polluting MOTLEY FOOL.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 1:57 PM, chrismireya wrote:

    Sam: Get an education, little boy. Your articles are ridiculous.

    You recently wrote an article about how Apple was poised to win the OS war against Windows.

    Are you mentally ill? Not even Steve Jobs believed that when he was alive! You may think that Apple has a superior product, but there is no "war" nor is it possible for Apple to "win" the market from Windows (at least for decades).

    I think that MOTLEY FOOL needs to stop enabling this petty little punk with his childish rants. He may actually be stupid enough to think that people take his nonsense seriously.

    However, my respect for MOTLEY FOOL has been lowered with each and every Sam Mattera article. Who oversees this nonsense? Anyone?

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 2:06 PM, Scorpionking426 wrote:

    Truthfully I am really getting sick tired of the favoritism shown in all of these articles for Sony by these writers~!

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 2:19 PM, ElDerrico wrote:

    That Kojima quote says the PS4 is "a little better", not far weaker. This writer is just writing these bold headlines to get us to click on his articles. He's being purposely sensational, and intentionally misquoting individuals.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 2:42 PM, sternfan wrote:

    All these Motley Fool articles are sensationalist garbage.

    "Nintendo is DOOMED!"

    "Microsoft is DOOMED!"

    "Satoru Iwata eats BABY KITTENS!"

    Wonder what they'll say when Titanfall hits and XB1 sales spike for a few weeks.

    I'm guessing it will be something like:

    "XBOX sales SKYROCKET! Sony DOOMED!!!!"

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 3:12 PM, fr0sty wrote:

    While it is true that the Xbox One is considerably weaker graphically than PS4, the article's headline is not true. Kojima never said that Xbox One is "Far weaker". You are putting words in his mouth, which is unprofessional of someone who is supposed to be a journalist.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 3:37 PM, Bunnyking77 wrote:

    I hope people wake up and realize the XBOXone is a piece of trash. Some reviewers on youtube have already had several of them brick on them, and who wants to play on a lesser console that cost more?

    That is just stupid.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 3:48 PM, brainsaber wrote:

    I just would like to point out the original Xbox was released more than a year and a half after the PS2.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 4:32 PM, Theinsultedelf wrote:

    Why do they let these clueless ones that know nothing about a subject write articles like these. For months I've been reading these things and with rare exception the articles put out here show one thing. They don't know what they are talking about 99.99% of the time.

    I have a NES/PS2/360, all of which I love and if I buy another console, and thats a big if; it will be a PS4 because M$ made the same error they made with the phone OS Win8. They decided to cater to a small percent of people at the expense of the overwhelming majority of their customers.

    Most people don't and never will use touchscreens on their desktop computer. It's just not ergonomically efficient for those devices. By the same token, most people buy consoles to play games, not to watch TV or movies. No one is rushing to buy XB1's to watch the telly.

    Unlike the PS3 which was a relatively cheap Blueray even at $600 for it's time compared to the stand alone models and therefore a legit reason why a non gamer to buy a console; the XB1 doesn't have that kind of hook. People don't buy consoles to watch TV or movies. People buy console first and foremost to game. No amount of PR is going to convince people to buy a XB1 just for media.

    M$ 's focus on media at the expense of gaming is an expensive mistake. It's similar to the mistake Nintendo made with the WiiU. A console that wasn't a next gen console and then being so insular they couldn't get anyone to make games for it.

    BTW Mr. author there are different communities of gamers, something you don't seem to grasp. You have the casual gamers on their stupid phones and tablets. You have the Nintendo crowd, then you have the hard core gamers on the PC/PS3/360/ and now PS4/XB1. Gamers are not one monolithic group. They have various tastes and genre preferences .

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 4:37 PM, PsSoreloser wrote:

    Surprising! A Japanese company celebrating another Japanese company! I didn't see that one coming...

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:17 PM, pillar81 wrote:

    LOL @ First comment! Time for you to move on "bro".

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:24 PM, iceman1731 wrote:

    Wait, so you're saying a Japanese developer is praising a Japanese console in a Japanese magazine?

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:34 PM, Reaper434 wrote:

    Well this article is complete rubbish .. Another biased article..

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:37 PM, pillar81 wrote:

    The article screamed biased just from the title.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:38 PM, nate99 wrote:

    He does actually write about the same things over and over.

    1. Xbox One is defeated already

    2. iPhones are so much better than galaxy phones

    He's pretty much a shill for apple and sony

    His "evidence" is usually sketchy at best, and his conclusions are almost indefensible.

    It's unbelievable that his articles actually make it to yahoo's front page.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:42 PM, boroboy1986 wrote:

    Xbox one will be just as good as the ps4.directx tiled resources. Direct x 11.2 tiled resources is why the xb1 got 32 meg of esram with tiled resources it give you 6gb of ram for texture detail

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:44 PM, pillar81 wrote:

    Sensationalism sells.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:45 PM, boroboy1986 wrote:

    Have a look at direcx 11.2 will be windows 8.1 and xbox one

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:51 PM, Alilwet wrote:

    It's pretty funny how some of you read a headline, then spew diarrhea from your mouth about an article you didn't even read. Hideo Kojima is one of the most respected devs in the business... Then the fanboy in you gets emotional towards the writer because Hideo is stating facts? Time to own up. Sony has a better product and either get a PS4 or move on.

    @System22

    The X1 was created with too many bottlenecks and it will never reach the potential of the PS4... It isn't about more tools, it is about the hardware provided...

    8gb 2133mhz DDR3 vs 8gb 5500mhz GDDR5, 68GB/s vs 176 GB/s, shading units 768 vs 1152, pixel and texture rate 13/38 vs 26/58. Not something that is ever going to be overcome... No matter how loud people who work closely with the game industry yell that it will...

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:53 PM, virgilcole wrote:

    I have a good laugh at all the people giving the author of this article so much grief, complaining that he "writes the same stuff every time" or "He's a shill for Sony".

    If you really think so, why do you read, and then comment on, every story he writes about the Xbox O

    ne?

    Crybabies.

    He's only stating facts. He didn't force Kojima to make those statements, and he has nothing to do with the sales numbers of the Xbox One.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 5:59 PM, boroboy1986 wrote:

    Lol go on the net have a look at direcx x 11.2 for xbox one and yes a ps4 as more power and faster and is a very good for games that it I may get one .but the xboxone will be just as good as ps4 have a look at direcx 11.2 on xboxone go on net have a look

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 7:07 PM, Ebby720 wrote:

    Shocking...he is Japanese and so is Sony....his game was krap in the past and Sony is bleeding money.....where is his allegiance....but then again, he never made that direct statement this article attributes to him anyway.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 8:54 PM, Kevpal wrote:

    Anybody who has followed Kojima's career knows he is a nationalist and supports Japanese products over American. Which is not a crime but means his opinion on American products should be taken with a grain of salt.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 9:31 PM, cool8man wrote:

    Why do Xbox One exclusives Ryse and Forza 5 look better than any games on PS4? My lying eyes, right?

    The fact of the matter is that relative to previous game generations the difference in power is small. Where are the amazing looking games that the PS4 players have to hold up next to Ryse or Forza? Why does nobody seem to talk about the reality that the Xbox One game lineup is much much better? Titanfall, Dead Rising, Killer Instinct, Forza, Halo, Peggle, Garden Warfare. Which system is simply more fun to be playing games on right now?

    As far as Metal Gear Solid, that game has you killing American soldiers on an American military base, so I will never be giving money to this disgusting Japanese game designer. Clearly Kojima has an anti-US military political agenda that he tries to ram down your throat with these stupid Metal Gear games.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:28 PM, Vitabrits wrote:

    Sam Mattera is taking the "Fox News" approach. Keep saying the same BS over-and-over again till people think it's true.

    I'm not a big fan of the Xbone but I don't lambaste it everyday.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:43 PM, StimpinPimpin wrote:

    Plain and simple everybody plays one or the other one part of time everybody has play both systems Sony and MS has been competing again each other for years trying to out due one another some people like PlayStation other like Xbox who cares play you game system and shut up it not a popular contest ya sound like a bunch of female back and forward.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 10:55 PM, frankenstein wrote:

    @PCElitist, First off on paper the Xbox 360's GPU is actually superior to the GPU in the PS3. Does the PS3 render games worse than the 360??? No they worked it out over time. But in the beginning multiplats looked better on the 360 than they did on the PS3. So strike one against your silly little comment.

    WoW is an award winning game that has been around for ages, media hype doesn't create that type of longevity and your comments about WoW are ridiculous and based in delusion, so strike two.

    Strike three is just the absurdity and childish immature nature of your whole comment. Any credibility that you may have had you yourself erased within the first paragraph, Or should I say block of sentences in your case. Next time just refrain from wasting both yours and our time.

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:07 PM, taker36 wrote:

    i don't understand why i keep seeing the same thing on here ...ps4 is the best thing ever please this is getting old ...if you like ps4 better fine but constanly the same crap over and over again it's stupid i have both consoles and i like the xbox one ..starting to think this site is run by sony.lets call it the Sony Fool

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:12 PM, taker36 wrote:

    oh and by the way my local gamestop...walmart target kmart all have PS4's ...i keep hearing you can't find one .i found many.goes to show all of this is crap ...ps4 may be a little stronger but i haven't seen that much of a difference in my time playing the two..oh and the guy from metal gear what's a guy from japan gonna say about a japan console really...it means nothing to me what he says...

  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2014, at 11:36 PM, TrueGamer4Life wrote:

    I expected this type of article from Sam? Tell me are you a real writer? You could not be. You are more opinions than fact. Your articles are always flamebait or click to get a response articles. I wanted to grow up and be a writer but thought it took more skill than what you display. Fool.com should fire you before they lose more credibility.

    Sam Mattera please know that the gaming battle is far from over. Stop damning the Xbox One which was only released a few months ago. Piece of advice go back to your job as a Drive thru manager at Arby's you are much better suited for that job!

  • Report this Comment On February 24, 2014, at 12:51 AM, scalan15 wrote:

    Does this guy Sam copy and paste the same anti-xbox articles every week? My whole life I've always had an xbox and a playstation, with the 360 I started leaning towards getting the games primarily for that system, i would only buy the uncharted games, infamous, etc. for the playstation. Xbox Live was the turning point, multiplayer through the 360 is awesome, plus they have the better game library. I LOVE MY XBOX ONE. There's nothing like pausing a game and switching back to TV

  • Report this Comment On February 24, 2014, at 1:43 AM, tomdc1020 wrote:

    So he said its hardware was a little better, not "far weaker"...

  • Report this Comment On February 24, 2014, at 7:58 AM, krapmyself wrote:

    As someone who is in it for the games, platform means very little to me. I'm about the games first and everything else is second. I think besides the alienating and condescending comments made toward xbox fans and gamers by that full-of-himself XBOX ONE rep prior to release, the XBOX ONE is trying too hard to be an all-in-one machine that does much more than just play games. Unfortunately, all the extra stuff that is included such as services for watching movies, tv shows, music, social media, and other tid bits, can be done with things that most people already own, such as a PC, laptop, tablets, and smart phones, and 3 out of 4 of those are portable and mobile, giving a great advantage over XBOX ONE. I really think that Microsoft made a mistake when they emphasized non-gaming applications on their console when really the only thing that console gamers wanted is something that plays games great and can be used with friends via couch parties or internet sessions.

    But this generation is still very young and things can still improve and change for all consoles.

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