PS4 Vs. Xbox One 2015 Edition
This week we will be breaking down the PS4 and Xbox One in an ultimate showdown. We will be looking at both consoles from their current position in the market, and ultimately deliver the pros and cons of each console. we now present, PS4 vs Xbox One 2015 Edition.
Xbox One started the console wars off as a heavy hitter hosting titles like Titanfall and Forza Horizon 2. These were some of the best games to launch during the year of the console war. However, since them a divergence toward story driven and indie games has flourished. Leaving Xbox One starved for “non-blockbuster” content.
However, Xbox One also serves as a media device. Microsoft has been stating that the Xbox One will soon be the only box in your living room. The cable splicing features, multitude of easy to navigate streaming apps and voice recognition software may easily make that dream a reality.
While the launch titles did not garner as much respect from the critics that be, PS4 made a name for itself by building an awesome and well-rounded indie platform previously absent from the console world. Kudos! Combine that with stellar graphics and proper 1080P resolution. PS4 easily takes that cake for next gen gaming console.
However, PS4 must also consider the desperate need for streaming services and 3rd party apps that we as a society generally crave. While PS4 offers the same major players like Netflix and Hulu, it does not feature easily streamable content from your existing devices like its predecessor the PS3. While this may be a deal breaker for some, at the end of the day, I feel like it is a shallow concern.
Overall: PS4 Vs. Xbox
PS4 has better indie titles, better graphics and a more immersive gaming experience. Xbox One will always have the best blockbuster titles and a fluid (and quite enjoyable) media interface. Now, it is up to you to decide. Let us know in the comments which console takes home the gold.