Originally Posted by iamhollywood5
Well I am a gamer. I want a pure-gaming machine, not a general home entertainment system, and if people are going to spend money on a console, I'm surprised they wouldn't want the one that's a pure gaming machine. How many people are going to buy a console for the primary purpose of watching TV through it?
I guess this is the primary reason I'm a PC gamer. I care about performance above all else.
you obviously have NO idea.
MS even has the ability to target business's with its (essentially) state of the art video conferencing hardware.
Gaming on my 360 takes a back seat whenever there's no new Halo's, Gear's, Forza's, and other exclusives. Multiplats are all on my PC. So while my Xbox isn't busy gaming, it's used entirely for entertainment purposes (movies/ music/ tv)
You'll find this out when/If you live with your girlfriend or wife. Suddenly you're cherished toys become useless relics. So unless it has features that are useful for everybody's circusmtances, it's going to be sitting domant for a LONG time. Yes, PS4 has
some of the media functionality that the Xbox One has, but that's like pretending a honda civic is like a ferrari because it has an "engine" as-well - different leagues of their own.
Biggest thing for me when people claim how "hardcore" the PS4 is, what will it have to show for itself in 5 years when 90% of it's games look like crap compared to the PC equivalents of its time. Then what? "Xbox One looks terrible, and the PS4 just looks bad" Neither will be a badge of "honor"
BTW, head over to the xbox one owners club, you won't see anybody complaining about subpar graphics or the lack of games.
BTW, can you "switch" to your computer through a PS4?Edited by lacrossewacker - 12/1/13 at 6:47am