(Updated!) PS4 vs Xbox One: My Take

(Be sure to check the next slides, i've updated it)

Sony announced this during the E3 event...
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    *In case the gif file doesn't work

    ^^ it won't let me edit the post to get rid of one of them
    - Fail4424 June 10, 2013, 2:17 pm
    you know that These informations are already outdated?
    - Vans June 10, 2013, 9:10 pm
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    I laugh at all of the Xbox fans that are already jumping ship. Come on over, there's room on the the PlayStation wagon.

    Can you blame us? If Microsoft would just listen to it's own customers then I wouldn't have to buy my first ever playstation.
    - CrazyJay June 11, 2013, 8:35 pm
    Thank you for welcoming us to your wagon.
    - Firecracker119 June 11, 2013, 9:23 pm
    ive never owned an xbox been a playstationer all my life and that 19 years lol
    - xxkisamexx June 12, 2013, 1:18 pm
    and, these now exist, to help the switch for us who can't stand the playstation controllers:

    - Fail4424 June 12, 2013, 1:26 pm
    There's a reason Sony PlayStation has sold more units than Xbox. They listen to their customers and work hard on producing worthy products. PlayStation's 10% failure rate compared to that of Xbox's 54%[1] leaves me wondering why people kept purchasing this crappy console. The PS4 will be well worth your money.
    - CallMeGoogle June 12, 2013, 1:58 pm
    You are very welcome! Glad to have you!
    - CallMeGoogle June 12, 2013, 1:59 pm
    Glad to know I'm not the only one.
    - CallMeGoogle June 12, 2013, 1:59 pm
    I actually have one of these that I let my friends use when they play my PlayStation.
    - CallMeGoogle June 12, 2013, 2:00 pm
    I'm guessing half your answer is Halo fanboys. I've always been a Nintendo guy though. Only reason I bought a 360 was for multiplatform games that weren't on the wii. :/

    This is back when I was under the delusion that xboxlive was better than PSN (which may have been the case at first but now...)
    - CrazyJay June 12, 2013, 2:58 pm
    how much is it roughly?
    - Fail4424 June 12, 2013, 4:23 pm
    The Playstation 3 did not sell better than the 360 though... Also I guess I'm lucky since my xbox never failed in all 4 years I've had it. And remember kids, when quoting data on failure rates, a game informer survey of 5,000 people is always better than the actual warranty provider's data.
    - casper667 June 15, 2013, 1:15 pm
    With the PS3 being launched a whole year later it doesn't seem to have done too bad catching up.

    According to Games Industry International, a “market analysis” document by Lewis Ward of IDC (the International Data Corporation) called the Worldwide Video Game Entertainment Console Hardware and Packaged Software 2012-2016 Forecast showed a prediction of hardware as well as software sales over the coming quadrennium. As for December, 2012, it is said that “Sony’s PS3 managed to surpass the number of Xbox 360s shipped worldwide (about 77 million vs. 76 million), despite the PS3 launching a year later.”...
    Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2013/01/ps3-overtakes-xbox-360-in-global-sales-figures/
    - Math June 18, 2013, 8:03 am
    No it didn't do too bad a job at catching up in sales. Although the actual sales figures are probably very close right now, that article is old and xbox has over 77 million sales currently. It does seem likely that the PS3 will beat the 360 in overall sales, given it's sales are slightly better than the 360's each year, but I'm not quite sure it's on top right now.
    - casper667 June 19, 2013, 1:21 am
    Halo 3 was like, one of the games I had the most fun with and fondest memories. The recent installments have been slight let downs compared to 2 and 3, but don't act like the Halo franchise wasn't the best FPS on the market back in its heyday. I'd rank it right up there with Perfect Dark in terms of how much it accomplished for its time. Hopefully Bungie's new project Destiny can match the greatness of their early Halo games.
    - casper667 June 19, 2013, 1:28 am
    Over the years I've bought two of each.
    I'm currently playing COD on PS3 and Fable III (free download) on 360.

    Do you guys think the PS Plus membership will move over with your account for PS4?
    I have 18 months left on mine.
    - Math June 19, 2013, 8:08 am
    Probably, since the PS4 will require PS+ membership to play online.
    - casper667 June 20, 2013, 12:28 am
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    • BEASTY
    • June 13, 2013, 12:16 pm
    No way, so unreliable and always crashes
    - poopiteepoop June 13, 2013, 12:35 pm
    Steam doesn't crash for me :D
    Maybe it's just you
    - SkinnyBill June 13, 2013, 7:26 pm
    Just you wait, it'll happen, it always happens
    - poopiteepoop June 15, 2013, 7:52 am
    Nope… never has :D
    - SkinnyBill June 15, 2013, 2:54 pm
    Mine never crashes either...
    - imfrikknbad June 23, 2013, 2:34 am
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    PC! PC! PC! PC! Heil PC!

    PC for life!
    - decrotie2004 June 13, 2013, 8:38 am
    I mean really lol
    My PC is already better than both of the next gens. Exclusives aren't worth all the $ and frustration the consoles are causing.
    - imfrikknbad June 16, 2013, 3:08 am
    I have pretty much migrated over to PC from consoles too. There's just no comparison :)
    - casper667 June 19, 2013, 1:31 am
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    Yeah that's my feelings on it as well. It's a shame, I loved the xbox. But now that I bought a gaming pc..I'm sorry Xbox, I will miss you! ; _ ;

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    After the press conferences today im still not buying an Xbone and idk bout PS4 yet i have a good computer and my 360 is fine so idk

    Just wait... when the xboner is released, yours and everyone else's xbox 360 is going to suffer the red ring of death while Microsoft claims to know nothing of this 'strange coincidence'.
    - Disco June 11, 2013, 2:37 pm
    I don't get all the hate on the 360/microsoft. It's by far the superior console this generation, just like it seems the PS4 will be the superior console next gen (at least so far). I've mainly switched to PC now so I doubt I'll be getting either right away.
    - casper667 June 12, 2013, 12:17 am
    Look i love my 360 and have never thought of getting a PS3 but the current hate towards microsoft is because of their apparent anti-consumer pro corporation stances also the effective killing of ownership of games
    - Tremp20k June 12, 2013, 9:17 am
    - casper667 June 12, 2013, 1:24 pm
    nowhere did i say they werent but at least when you buy one of their products you actually own it not just license it from them even if you have the physical copy. whereas microsoft is allowing you the privilege of playing their "services" and will shut you off if you dont have a decent internet connection
    - Tremp20k June 12, 2013, 8:35 pm
    Well obviously it will affect some people but most people in the US should have the internet by now. Online connection requirements have pros and cons just like everything else, they're not just a form of DRM.
    - casper667 June 13, 2013, 12:22 am
    if i was a customer i would be ripshit about that. i mean my internet is good but not amazing. these guys are taking it a little beyond reason with this new business model. i hope to hell that people don't buy into it and i'm happy playstation didn't pull something similar.
    - 24paperwings June 13, 2013, 1:37 am
    a lot less people in the US have reliable internet than you think and its not just internet its a specific speed which from what i have been reading is not real easy for people living by themselves to pay for
    - Tremp20k June 13, 2013, 8:55 pm
    - casper667 June 13, 2013, 11:07 pm
    People have been buying into it for years... More and more games are coming out that are online only now, and it's not just consoles. Sim City, Diablo 3, all MMO's, Starcraft 2 (connection required at start), I'm sure many more that I haven't heard of as well. But as you can see many triple A titles have been doing it already, some even breaking sales records.
    - casper667 June 13, 2013, 11:22 pm
    No one has been buying into it and the trend of always online is jut recent and reviled for a reason. Throw out the MMO argument because they are ONLINE games they have no singleplayer so of course you need an online connection. The reason people buy them is to play online, even then many new ones have issues with servers at launch because of the strain. Moving on to your examples of Sim City and Diablo 3, they are the perfect example of why always online sucks and should not be used. It doesn't work, we were told when Diablo 3 launched that it needed the always online connection to prevent cheating the online auction house that Blizzard has since said was a bad idea. At least Diablo has a multiplayer aspect to it where you can play with friends so maybe you could say it could be an "MMO". Sim City had multiplayer crammed in to justify the always on. Creative players have found ways around the always on in Sim City and, surprise, it actually works better because there is no latency issues, this was after the developer said it needed always on for the best experience. I cant speak for Starcraft 2 i have not done any research into it.
    The two main games you just referenced are the two biggest pieces of evidence on why always on DRM doesn't work and why consumers shouldn't trust it. There is an agreement with an always on game, I the consumer will not pirate this game, I will pay money for it, but if I meet the requirements to play your game, I have internet, I have paid for it, I have authenticated it, then I should absolutely be able to play it when i get home and launch it. The Publishers didn't hold up their end of the bargain, THEY did not have enough servers to handle the limitations THEY put on their games, which they are not even calling games anymore they are called "services" by the likes of EA.
    So to wrap up WHY IN THE HELL should we trust these gigantic corporations who dont give a fuck about the consumers to hold up their end of the agreement when they have not in the past and when something does go wrong they just tell us it'll be fixed eventually. NO I paid for your game the right way because you fucked up I should not be punished for it.
    - Tremp20k June 14, 2013, 11:21 am
    a good deal have but paying for an online service with xbox isn't worth it. like i said, my family only has a decent internet connection at best. it works for online games but it loses it's signal often and glitches hard when it even has a slight waver in connection speed (even when someone else in the house is watching a video or is just online it can sometimes be too slow to play.) Its because of this and the cost of the consoles that we just got the PS3. There's no fee for online and the system is just as good as an xbox 360. why pay more for something that works just as well. (yes ps3 cost more upfront, but in the long run it costs much less than the xbox for online play) now they want you to pay just to let your friends borrow the game? or to buy it new? forget it. there's not a chance i'm going to do that. besides that it has some weird features i heard about like it has to connect to the internet once a day, that it will turn on automatically. plus (and i'm not sure if this is true but i've defiantly heard rumors about it.) i've heard that it has a microphone and camera built in and that they can't be turned off. idk about you but i don't want a camera and mic listening in on me anytime im in the room. it's weird enough the NSA has been dragnetting phone lines and shit.
    - 24paperwings June 15, 2013, 2:54 pm
    i know, i think mines barely decent. but compared to most people it's probably not half bad. i'm sure that they could fix it if they wanted too but it's more profitable to make people pay for a faster speed. over all though it just means people settle for the cheaper internet speed and they make money off a poor quality product.
    - 24paperwings June 15, 2013, 2:58 pm
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    I was going to get the xbox one because of it's massive potential as a network hub. Now there are other things that can do that, albeit to a lessor extent, on the cheap so buy a next gen console at this point for me is moot.

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    But Publisher could still use These codes like EA did for a Long time. Which isnt any better. I mean MS lets the Publisher decide what restrictions are on a game. So does Sony.

    • Vans
    • June 11, 2013, 7:19 pm
    they also add their own so you have two shitty things instead of one and EA has come out saying they're done with online passes so hopefully they go away completely
    - Tremp20k June 12, 2013, 9:19 am
    They just added the restrictions to Microsoft Studio games. The Publisher decide what restrictions are on their games. So you dont have two things. And the codes arent needed on the xbox because they would want you to pay immediatley on the box. On the PS you would have to buy a new code. Which is kinda the same
    - Vans June 13, 2013, 5:20 pm
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