PDA

View Full Version : Ps4 or Xbox one.



GBAGamer
07-13-2014, 10:23 PM
Choose wisely

LolDawn
07-13-2014, 10:24 PM
Choose wisely

Ps4

(10controllers)

Hurrikane
07-13-2014, 10:24 PM
PS4. (10 Chars.)

GBAGamer
07-13-2014, 10:29 PM
Y u do dis

fauzan0410
07-13-2014, 10:31 PM
Y u do dis

Because you told us to choose between PS4 or Xbox One :3

PS4 FTW!

Hurrikane
07-13-2014, 10:31 PM
Y u do dis

Heh, PS4 has a lot more amazing features than Xbox One. Try playing using a PS4, maybe that'll change your mind. ;)

darksnake99
07-13-2014, 10:36 PM
Heh, PS4 has a lot more amazing features than Xbox One. Try playing using a PS4, maybe that'll change your mind. ;)
Yes. Can't wait to see the next-gen game beautifully displayed on one! Fallout 4 on a PS4. <3

Boomer
07-13-2014, 10:37 PM
Neither. I choose PS3. PS4 or xBox doesn't offer free online gaming. But if I HAD to choose, PS4.

GBAGamer
07-13-2014, 10:38 PM
Heh, PS4 has a lot more amazing features than Xbox One. Try playing using a PS4, maybe that'll change your mind. ;)

Can't believe I'm letting an online player tell me what to DOO



Fine
I'll sell my Xbox one and then buy a ps4 to see what the big fuss is about

Boomer
07-13-2014, 10:40 PM
Hahaha, 5-0 PS4.

Honestly, I've heard Xbox 1 is a big piece of :poop::poop::poop:

Hurrikane
07-13-2014, 10:41 PM
Can't believe I'm letting an online player tell me what to DOO



Fine
I'll sell my Xbox one and then buy a ps4 to see what the big fuss is about

No, don't sell your Xbox One. What I'm saying is, just try to play using a PS4. If you like it, then maybe you can find a way to obtain one.

LolDawn
07-13-2014, 10:54 PM
Well here in murica, (most of us know) it's currently $499. At least that's what Walmart says.

And here, I know why you didn't put wii.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P-I9jz6MPY

It's in my siggy too, but to save time, click the spoiler.
I love youtube for those that are wondering, that's why I post so many links to videos now a days.

Spotlight
07-13-2014, 11:45 PM
I prefer the xbox one.

COLTONROCKO
07-13-2014, 11:57 PM
My friend bought the Xbox One and had Dead Rising with extra controller and more games.

He spent just for those games.

Xbox - $500.28 dollars.
Controller - $30.00
Dead Rising - $60.00
Xbox Live - $60.00
2 games - $120.00

Total - $750.28 dollars.

He saw how much he spent and decided to sell it and buy a ps4.

Ps4 - $400.00
Controller - $30.00
Ghosts, Battlefied - $120.00
Playstation Plus - $60.00
1 other game - $60.00

Total - $670


Why PS4 Is better than Xbox One.

PS4 CPU is 2x faster than the Xbox one and has more quality in the console.

Microsoft always rushes the Xbox.

Microsoft caught using a PS4 for gameplay footage of an game.

Xbox has more failure rates (System broke, not working, etc.) then the ps4 has.

Forgot to mention, the Xbox 360 was rushed, just like the Xbox one. Anyways Statistics show that the Xbox 360 failure rate when lauched, was 60%.

60% <-- :(

Xbox lost the console war this Gen, so that's why they reduced the price.


I suggest buying a good pc. Build an pc, that will last 2x longer than consoles, and pc has better exclusives then both consoles.

Oh yea, Exclusives - PS4 - Uncharted, etc. The only good one for Xbox One is Titanfall, which the game will come out for the PS4 at the end of 2014.

Beat that Xbox FANS.

#PlaystationNation

King902
07-13-2014, 11:59 PM
Xbox One Ftw!

- - - Updated - - -


My friend bought the Xbox One and had Dead Rising with extra controller and more games.

He spent just for those games.

Xbox - $500.28 dollars.
Controller - $30.00
Dead Rising - $60.00
Xbox Live - $60.00
2 games - $120.00

Total - $750.28 dollars.

He saw how much he spent and decided to sell it and buy a ps4.

Ps4 - $400.00
Controller - $30.00
Ghosts, Battlefied - $120.00
Playstation Plus - $60.00
1 other game - $60.00

Total - $670


Why PS4 Is better than Xbox One.

PS4 CPU is 2x faster than the Xbox one and has more quality in the console.

Microsoft always rushes the Xbox.

Microsoft caught using a PS4 for gameplay footage of an game.

Xbox has more failure rates (System broke, not working, etc.) then the ps4 has.


Forgot to mention, the Xbox 360 was rushed, just like the Xbox one. Anyways Statistics show that the Xbox 360 failure rate when lauched, was 60%.

60% <-- :(

Xbox lost the console war this Gen, so that's why they reduced the price.


I suggest buying a good pc. Build an pc, that will last 2x longer than consoles, and pc has better exclusives then both consoles.

Oh yea, Exclusives - PS4 - Uncharted, etc. The only good one for Xbox One is Titanfall, which the game will come out for the PS4 at the end of 2014.

Beat that Xbox FANS.

#PlaystationNation
Xbox has dropped by $100 thus making it better than ps4, games come out faster, better environment, and of course better games.

COLTONROCKO
07-14-2014, 12:01 AM
Neither. I choose PS3. PS4 or xBox doesn't offer free online gaming. But if I HAD to choose, PS4.

Yes no more free online gaming, BUT the Ps4 has an AMAZING deal for the online gaming. Pay for online and you can get free games every MONTH.

PS3 doesn't do that, unless you have Playstation Plus.

I forgot about this.

Xbox Graphics - 720p

PS4 - 1080P

#PLAYSTATIONNATION

- - - Updated - - -


Xbox One Ftw!

- - - Updated - - -


Xbox has dropped by $100 thus making it better than ps4, games come out faster, better environment, and of course better games.

$100 dollars. That is as much as the PS4 console is, the Xbone console was reduced price because they weren't making as much sales as the PS4.

Spotlight
07-14-2014, 12:09 AM
Yes no more free online gaming, BUT the Ps4 has an AMAZING deal for the online gaming. Pay for online and you can get free games every MONTH.

PS3 doesn't do that, unless you have Playstation Plus.

I forgot about this.

Xbox Graphics - 720p

PS4 - 1080P

#PLAYSTATIONNATION

- - - Updated - - -



$100 dollars. That is as much as the PS4 console is, the Xbone console was reduced price because they weren't making as much sales as the PS4.

Who cares about the statistics, buy the console that you have friends that use, so you can play with them. But the console you think is better, and only you. Buy the console you think has the best games.
I got my xbox one for about $450 on eBay, worth every penny.

LolDawn
07-14-2014, 12:13 AM
Who cares about the statistics, buy the console that you have friends that use, so you can play with them. But the console you think is better, and only you. Buy the console you think has the best games.
I got my xbox one for about $450 on eBay, worth every penny.

Who cares about the Xbone, most of us shop at Walmart or target or gamestop.

COLTONROCKO
07-14-2014, 12:14 AM
Who cares about the statistics, buy the console that you have friends that use, so you can play with them. But the console you think is better, and only you. Buy the console you think has the best games.
I got my xbox one for about $450 on eBay, worth every penny.

Statistics shows that if you can trust buying this system. You may not care, but to the business industry its a big deal. And yes it is your opinion which console is the best, I've tried both. The Xbox one didn't fit me as it was just Media wise. PS4 is a gaming console. Anyways, if anyone is going to consider as buying the ps4 or the xbox they should know what has happened, and what proves best. GBA is asking why do WE like the ps4 and not the xbox one. I gave him my reasons why the PS4 is better. Like you said, it is your opinion, but beware, Microsoft takes your money like that.

How do I know? I had an Xbox 360 and I had gold membership. It says $5.00 a month, but my parents were getting charged $15.00 a month instead of 5. We didn't buy any games, and if we did, it wouldn't have added into the monthly payment.

PURPLE585
07-14-2014, 12:14 AM
http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/003/309/i-dunno-lol.jpg?1244616130

GBAGamer
07-14-2014, 12:48 AM
My friend bought the Xbox One and had Dead Rising with extra controller and more games.

He spent just for those games.

Xbox - $500.28 dollars.
Controller - $30.00
Dead Rising - $60.00
Xbox Live - $60.00
2 games - $120.00

Total - $750.28 dollars.

He saw how much he spent and decided to sell it and buy a ps4.

Ps4 - $400.00
Controller - $30.00
Ghosts, Battlefied - $120.00
Playstation Plus - $60.00
1 other game - $60.00

Total - $670


Why PS4 Is better than Xbox One.

PS4 CPU is 2x faster than the Xbox one and has more quality in the console.

Microsoft always rushes the Xbox.

Microsoft caught using a PS4 for gameplay footage of an game.

Xbox has more failure rates (System broke, not working, etc.) then the ps4 has.

Forgot to mention, the Xbox 360 was rushed, just like the Xbox one. Anyways Statistics show that the Xbox 360 failure rate when lauched, was 60%.

60% <-- :(

Xbox lost the console war this Gen, so that's why they reduced the price.


I suggest buying a good pc. Build an pc, that will last 2x longer than consoles, and pc has better exclusives then both consoles.

Oh yea, Exclusives - PS4 - Uncharted, etc. The only good one for Xbox One is Titanfall, which the game will come out for the PS4 at the end of 2014.

Beat that Xbox FANS.

#PlaystationNation

Changing my sig. Next morning gonna sell my Xbox one. And My Xbox 360.

#PlaystationNatoon

LolDawn
07-14-2014, 01:16 AM
Changing my sig. Next morning gonna sell my Xbox one. And My Xbox 360.

#PlaystationNatoon

Hahahahahaha your siggy still says Sony get rekt.

MintyChips
07-14-2014, 01:23 AM
Half a year ago, there was a huge outrage over Microsoft's display at E3. It showed an Xbox One that barely knew it was a game system, required an always-on Internet connection, and included a Kinect camera that no one wanted and that had to be plugged in and turned on. Sony clearly won E3 because it showed off the PlayStation 4 as a powerful game system and not an all-watching, always-online entertainment monolith. I personally railed against Microsoft's policies at the times, and only begrudgingly gave Microsoft credit when it backpedaled on the online and Kinect requirements.

I've reviewed the PlayStation 4$399.99 at Dell and Xbox One$498.95 at Amazon now, and I'm prepared to eat some of my words. The Xbox One isn't just a powerful game system on the same level as the PlayStation 4, it's an incredible home entertainment hub that actually fulfills the promises made by Microsoft. In short, the Xbox One is the better system. Period. At least, at launch with the current feature sets offered by both devices

Microsoft wanted to make a media hub monstrosity that didn't just play games and use streaming apps, but served as a cable box and portal to anything you would watch on your TV. It wanted to build a device that could serve as the only thing you need plugged into your TV. Now, much like Gamera who was a fearsome beast that turned out to be friend to all children, the entertainment Frankenstein's monster of the Xbox One turns out to be exactly what Microsoft said it would be.

It Works Like They Wanted It To Work
There is where I eat my words. Game systems are great. I have many, dating from the late 80s to now. For decades it was always about what games they would play, how much power they would have, and nothing else. Media features were secondary.

The Xbox One changes that in my eyes, because it's the first game system I've seen that makes just as a compelling argument for non-game uses. Microsoft added some relatively simple and direct features to the Xbox One and actually fixed most of the problems with the Xbox 360 Kinect. The result is something that actually lives up to Microsoft's hype.

The Xbox One lets you plug in your cable box and control it with the Kinect. It offers a picture-in-picture view you can summon or dismiss with your voice. It does this with an HDMI passthrough and an infrared blaster, so you can still use the cable box normally with a remote. It basically integrates your TV watching into the Xbox One's interface and your gaming experience without hindering either in any way. Picture in picture was a pretty ridiculous gimmick for two decades, but when it works so smoothly with other software and games instead of just two different television channels, it actually becomes a useful feature. You can watch a show while you're waiting for a game to load or start. You can watch Netflix while you're waiting for commercials to be over. Properly implemented, it works brilliantly.
Then there's voice control. I've used a lot of voice control systems, including the Xbox 360 Kinect and several HDTVs' built-in voice commands. They all sucked. The Xbox One's voice controls are the first I've seen that I'd actually be willing to use on a regular basis. They're functional and fairly flexible for menu navigation, and using them to change channels and browse your program guide isn't just a stroke of genius, it's a compelling selling point.

The Xbox One actually turns on when I say "Xbox, on." It actually goes to the home screen when I say "Xbox, home." It actually switches to the television feed when I say "Xbox, watch TV," and even turns to the right channel when I say "Xbox, watch BBC America" or "Xbox, watch Comedy Central." Yes, I had to get used to speaking with the right cadence to get it to work, and yes, sometimes I have to repeat myself. But it's still much more reliable and useful than any voice command system I've used before, and it's fantastic to be able to jump to watching my favorite channels just by speaking.

These two aspects of the Xbox One make it a remarkable entertainment hub, and that's on top of the powerful hardware for playing games and the much more compelling launch lineup (which doesn't matter for game systems in the long run). You can still play all of the next-gen versions of games like Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts (CODBOO), and Assassin's Creed 4, and some genuinely entertaining exclusives like Killer Instinct and Crimson Dragon. All of those media features are on top of that.

Don't get me wrong, the Xbox One isn't perfect. The voice controls are still slightly finicky and you won't get a Star Trek computer-like experience with them. The gamepad has awkwardly placed bumper buttons, and doesn't feel nearly as comfortable as the DualShock 4 (which was a massive leap in comfort over the DualShock 3 and Sixaxis). You still need Xbox Live Gold to use any of the useful features on the Xbox One. It's also $100 more expensive than the PlayStation 4. It's just a very good, flawed system with enough good points to make it worth overlooking the flaws.

We Were Still Right At The Time
I also said I'd only eat some of my words. I absolutely stand by the anti-DRM and anti-always-online things I said after the Xbox One announcement. As Microsoft first announced it, the Xbox One really was an intrusive monstrosity. The gamer outrage after Microsoft revealed the Xbox One forced Microsoft to step back and turn those requirements into choices, and as choices they're much more palatable. Microsoft needed to be shamed at E3 so it would give gamers the choice of using the Kinect and the choice of keeping the Xbox One online. Those choices made the difference between the Xbox One being a product I'd consider and the Xbox One being a product I would not allow in my house.

Microsoft's bloody nose turned out to be a win for all sides. Not only did it still produce the entertainment hub it envisioned the Xbox One being and give the new Kinect some actual, useful purpose, but the gaming community got the choices they demanded and showed that there are lines that are not acceptable to cross.

I scoffed at Microsoft's ambition for the Xbox to be something much more than a game system. I thought it couldn't possibly work, and that Sony would succeed in producing a true game console while the Xbox One and Kinect would prove to be just as much of a gimmicky flop as the original Kinect. I was wrong, and while the PlayStation 4 is still an excellent game system in its own right, the Xbox One is that and so much more. It actually succeeds as the all-in-one device Microsoft wanted it to be. And I'm impressed.

Please proceed with calling me a fanboy in the comments below. :sweatdrop:

LolDawn
07-14-2014, 02:04 AM
Half a year ago, there was a huge outrage over Microsoft's display at E3. It showed an Xbox One that barely knew it was a game system, required an always-on Internet connection, and included a Kinect camera that no one wanted and that had to be plugged in and turned on. Sony clearly won E3 because it showed off the PlayStation 4 as a powerful game system and not an all-watching, always-online entertainment monolith. I personally railed against Microsoft's policies at the times, and only begrudgingly gave Microsoft credit when it backpedaled on the online and Kinect requirements.

I've reviewed the PlayStation 4$399.99 at Dell and Xbox One$498.95 at Amazon now, and I'm prepared to eat some of my words. The Xbox One isn't just a powerful game system on the same level as the PlayStation 4, it's an incredible home entertainment hub that actually fulfills the promises made by Microsoft. In short, the Xbox One is the better system. Period. At least, at launch with the current feature sets offered by both devices

Microsoft wanted to make a media hub monstrosity that didn't just play games and use streaming apps, but served as a cable box and portal to anything you would watch on your TV. It wanted to build a device that could serve as the only thing you need plugged into your TV. Now, much like Gamera who was a fearsome beast that turned out to be friend to all children, the entertainment Frankenstein's monster of the Xbox One turns out to be exactly what Microsoft said it would be.

It Works Like They Wanted It To Work
There is where I eat my words. Game systems are great. I have many, dating from the late 80s to now. For decades it was always about what games they would play, how much power they would have, and nothing else. Media features were secondary.

The Xbox One changes that in my eyes, because it's the first game system I've seen that makes just as a compelling argument for non-game uses. Microsoft added some relatively simple and direct features to the Xbox One and actually fixed most of the problems with the Xbox 360 Kinect. The result is something that actually lives up to Microsoft's hype.

The Xbox One lets you plug in your cable box and control it with the Kinect. It offers a picture-in-picture view you can summon or dismiss with your voice. It does this with an HDMI passthrough and an infrared blaster, so you can still use the cable box normally with a remote. It basically integrates your TV watching into the Xbox One's interface and your gaming experience without hindering either in any way. Picture in picture was a pretty ridiculous gimmick for two decades, but when it works so smoothly with other software and games instead of just two different television channels, it actually becomes a useful feature. You can watch a show while you're waiting for a game to load or start. You can watch Netflix while you're waiting for commercials to be over. Properly implemented, it works brilliantly.
Then there's voice control. I've used a lot of voice control systems, including the Xbox 360 Kinect and several HDTVs' built-in voice commands. They all sucked. The Xbox One's voice controls are the first I've seen that I'd actually be willing to use on a regular basis. They're functional and fairly flexible for menu navigation, and using them to change channels and browse your program guide isn't just a stroke of genius, it's a compelling selling point.

The Xbox One actually turns on when I say "Xbox, on." It actually goes to the home screen when I say "Xbox, home." It actually switches to the television feed when I say "Xbox, watch TV," and even turns to the right channel when I say "Xbox, watch BBC America" or "Xbox, watch Comedy Central." Yes, I had to get used to speaking with the right cadence to get it to work, and yes, sometimes I have to repeat myself. But it's still much more reliable and useful than any voice command system I've used before, and it's fantastic to be able to jump to watching my favorite channels just by speaking.

These two aspects of the Xbox One make it a remarkable entertainment hub, and that's on top of the powerful hardware for playing games and the much more compelling launch lineup (which doesn't matter for game systems in the long run). You can still play all of the next-gen versions of games like Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts (CODBOO), and Assassin's Creed 4, and some genuinely entertaining exclusives like Killer Instinct and Crimson Dragon. All of those media features are on top of that.

Don't get me wrong, the Xbox One isn't perfect. The voice controls are still slightly finicky and you won't get a Star Trek computer-like experience with them. The gamepad has awkwardly placed bumper buttons, and doesn't feel nearly as comfortable as the DualShock 4 (which was a massive leap in comfort over the DualShock 3 and Sixaxis). You still need Xbox Live Gold to use any of the useful features on the Xbox One. It's also $100 more expensive than the PlayStation 4. It's just a very good, flawed system with enough good points to make it worth overlooking the flaws.

We Were Still Right At The Time
I also said I'd only eat some of my words. I absolutely stand by the anti-DRM and anti-always-online things I said after the Xbox One announcement. As Microsoft first announced it, the Xbox One really was an intrusive monstrosity. The gamer outrage after Microsoft revealed the Xbox One forced Microsoft to step back and turn those requirements into choices, and as choices they're much more palatable. Microsoft needed to be shamed at E3 so it would give gamers the choice of using the Kinect and the choice of keeping the Xbox One online. Those choices made the difference between the Xbox One being a product I'd consider and the Xbox One being a product I would not allow in my house.

Microsoft's bloody nose turned out to be a win for all sides. Not only did it still produce the entertainment hub it envisioned the Xbox One being and give the new Kinect some actual, useful purpose, but the gaming community got the choices they demanded and showed that there are lines that are not acceptable to cross.

I scoffed at Microsoft's ambition for the Xbox to be something much more than a game system. I thought it couldn't possibly work, and that Sony would succeed in producing a true game console while the Xbox One and Kinect would prove to be just as much of a gimmicky flop as the original Kinect. I was wrong, and while the PlayStation 4 is still an excellent game system in its own right, the Xbox One is that and so much more. It actually succeeds as the all-in-one device Microsoft wanted it to be. And I'm impressed.

Please proceed with calling me a fanboy in the comments below. :sweatdrop:

K, but wii u is better lol :yeah:

optimuswhat
07-14-2014, 04:35 AM
Yes. Can't wait to see the next-gen game beautifully displayed on one! Fallout 4 on a PS4. <3

Pretty much why I want one of the new consoles.
I'd pick the PS4.

SageDeoxys
07-14-2014, 05:10 AM
Screw PS4 and Xbox One. 3DS FTW.

Spotlight
07-14-2014, 06:42 PM
Statistics shows that if you can trust buying this system. You may not care, but to the business industry its a big deal. And yes it is your opinion which console is the best, I've tried both. The Xbox one didn't fit me as it was just Media wise. PS4 is a gaming console. Anyways, if anyone is going to consider as buying the ps4 or the xbox they should know what has happened, and what proves best. GBA is asking why do WE like the ps4 and not the xbox one. I gave him my reasons why the PS4 is better. Like you said, it is your opinion, but beware, Microsoft takes your money like that.

How do I know? I had an Xbox 360 and I had gold membership. It says $5.00 a month, but my parents were getting charged $15.00 a month instead of 5. We didn't buy any games, and if we did, it wouldn't have added into the monthly payment.

I can safely assure that your parents did something wrong because if Microsoft were to charge more per month then advertised, that would be ILLEGAL

Xbox one is also a gaming console, not a media system. Forza 5 is an awesome game, and I can't await for Horizon 2 and The Crew to come out, those are gonna be awesome as well.

It's your opinion on which is best, I was giving mine, then you gave me a bad argument.

The 978
07-14-2014, 06:45 PM
Neither of them has terraria

I choose ps3 or xbox360 s

Megazork
07-14-2014, 06:47 PM
Most games I play are on Xbox one. So heh

Spotlight
07-14-2014, 06:48 PM
K, but wii u is better lol :yeah:

IMO the Wii U was a fail. It takes forever to load games, and there's so many rules and limits on the social interaction. Online multiplayer still isn't good, either.

- - - Updated - - -


Neither of them has terraria

I choose ps3 or xbox360 s

It's coming to xbox one very soon.

The 978
07-14-2014, 06:53 PM
IMO the Wii U was a fail. It takes forever to load games, and there's so many rules and limits on the social interaction. Online multiplayer still isn't good, either.

- - - Updated - - -



It's coming to xbox one very soon.
I already own an xbox 360

I wanted ps3 for my birthday but my dad bought an xbox 360 i wanted to sell t but my mom says they are both consoles :/

InstaRabbit
07-15-2014, 07:36 AM
PC


FTW



K, but wii u is better lol :yeah:
Tbh I hate Wii

_Lennart_
07-15-2014, 10:41 AM
I prefer ps4 because Sony gives you trophies to award you with an awsome mini song

Unlike Xbox which is just a pling and ACHIVMENTS -_-

(I started a HUGE argument at school because saying dis)

Really xD

Ps won tho
Yayyyyyyy i love ps they have better nfs games

- - - Updated - - -

Oh yea they have war thunder too DEY RULE WAR THUNDER FTWWW and ps4 too lol