Microsoft's Xbox One & Sony's PlayStation 4 are exactly the same, for those who still haven't caught on the Microsoft Kinect does not have to be connected to Microsoft's Xbox One and is optional although it comes with the console unlike Sony's PlayStation Camera. Which explains the Price changes between the two consoles, it all depends on the Video Games you want. There are more actual Exclusives on Microsoft's Xbox One then there is Sony's PlayStation 4, most of Sony's PlayStation 4 games will be ported to Microsoft's Xbox One (Final Fantasy/Kingdom Heart III). It is up to you and what Exclusives you want, do not listen to the Conspiracy theory hype.
I've reviewed one exclusive video game for both Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4. Guerrilla Game's Killzone: Shadow Fall for Sony's PlayStation 4 and Capcom's Dead Rising 3 for Microsoft's Xbox One.
Guerrilla Games's Killzone: Shadow Fall has Brilliant Visuals and is a technical Masterpiece for Sony's PlayStation 4 with Interesting variety during Levels, Killzone: Shadow Fall uses the mechanics within Sony's PlayStation 4 Controller during Audio Logs which are very well done. But there are a few problems within the Game, the Game Mechanics are mediocre First Person Shooter that we've seen a lot before. There are a lot of Wave type levels and a lot of padding through out levels, which is made even more difficult with the Objective Marker that blends into the surroundings. When I reviewed Guerrilla Game's Killzone: Shadow Fall I gave it an Mediocre 5 out of 10, not really worth your purchase.
Capcom's Dead Rising 3 was a masterpiece, Visually & Gameplay wise. I didn't have a single issue with Capcom's Dead Rising 3, when I reviewed the Capcom's Dead Rising 3 I gave it a well deserved 10 out of 10 and well worth your purchase.
Microsoft's Xbox One gaming format is exactly like Microsoft's Xbox 360 simple with Entertainment Extras added on. So, the mythical 'Sony's PlayStation 4 is for gaming' is nonsense and pure fanboyism
Did you know there has been cases of 'Free Downloaded' games on Sony's PlayStation Plus disappearing all together after a period of time? Well Microsoft's Games With Gold stay on your profile forever.
I'm a video game critic, it's kinda; my job.