Most potential customers at this point are gamers waiting to take the plunge into current gen to begin with, and they're basically waiting on actual games that they want. The public market at large likely doesn't know FPS from fps; they're inclined to stick with the brand that they already own, and won't upgrade until major commercial/pop buzz is generated by something popular and accessible to everyone.
Fanboys of any competing brand excluded, the rest of the gaming crowd who has steered away from Xbox One has done so because of reveal policies and Kinect; their trust in the brand and it's direction and philosophy has been broken. Others still just aren't interested in the games. Then there are the fanboys, of course.
That's what people said about the Playstation 3 right?
Sony Fanboy: "PS4 sold the most again this month!" Sony Fan: "Who cares dude?" Sony Fanboy: ":'("
I bought an xbox one to play with friends, Ps4 for indies and I have a pc because lets face it the multi plats are better on pc and always will be
Don't tell that to Ubisoft, they gimp their PC ports on purpose to drive sales of the console versions higher.
I have a pretty good gaming rig, runs everything I own at about 60FPS and 900p (cause that's all my cheap monitor displays) yet I prefer console over PC for most games. Why you may ask? Simply because I prefer to manage only 16 buttons and 2 joysticks over a mouse and full keyboard. Sure the graphics might not be amazing, or the framerate the best, but to me gaming on console is more fun.
Dark Souls 2 + Dragon's Crown crossover game needs to happen. PSN: Sabram - NNID: Sabram - Gamertag: Sabram
Without a doubt. When I was in elementary school, everybody knew the SNES was more powerful than the Genesis and this was before the internet. Now we have smartphones and social media at our fingertips, word of mouth has increased exponentially.
People on my ignore list - 0 Because I'm not a cry baby.
I won't say is about Xbox not doing 1080p but rather the narrative that Xbox is less powerful than PS4. I believe this narrative is actually permeating not only on the Internet but in real life as well.