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#17cpcjlc3Posted 9/14/2013 11:00:40 AM
PS4 has quite a few "loyal" supporters. I guess my question is when the systems come out, if the power difference is no where near what people suspect it to be at the moment, are these same people going to be here admitting their mistake.
Personally I"m getting the xbox and if it turns out to be more powerful that is great. But if that is the case and it is indeed more powerful than the PS4, how many of the same people will post the "switching to xbox" polls?
I'm guessing very few.
#18ILikesCheesePosted 9/15/2013 6:22:01 AM
I wish Microsoft had just built a graphics beast like before.
What is this "before" you allude too?
Someone didn't read the OP.
'Someone' was making fun of the term "graphical beast" when referring to the Original System XBox or the 360, especially the latter considering how much better the PS3 is in that area.
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#19Shacky_101Posted 9/15/2013 6:28:59 AM
Like that 16 core processor? Yeah, everybody would. --- To be or not to be, William Shakespeare sucks.
#20mikel93Posted 9/15/2013 6:54:23 AM
Now it's a console that is significantly more expensive and less powerful, as well as being a pain to develop for. I wish MS had tried harder this gen.
So basically, Xbox One versions of games will run worse (or rather, inferior) than the PS4 versions?
That was the case with the PS3, since people state it was a pain to develop for, yet multiplatforms that had PS3 as the lead platform run fine.