I don't have an XBO (yet), but I do own a PS4, and really, the power difference isn't going to matter too much. I don't understand why both sides have to constantly bash each other and try to prove their console is better. Even if the XBO is only running at 30fps, is that going to really matter? I mean to some people, sure, but it won't change the gameplay.
Also AMD confirmed the PS4 was stronger spec wise before the consoles were even released. MS basically just missed out on using their newer tech. Doesn't mean the XBO isn't a strong console though. Last gen the PS3 was technically stronger than the 360 as well, but the only thing that actually held the 360 back was the use of DVDs. The graphical difference wasn't actually that noticeable, but as games got larger, the 360 started having to use more than one disc. That's the main reason MGS4 wasn't released on the 360 as well; Kojima stated that it would have taken them 7 discs due to the way the 360's disc format was set up, as well as how the game was set up (divided into chapters which each installed one by one).
Needless to say, the XBO doesn't have this issue, so it should be fine.
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