In the age of technology, the gaming experience has vastly changed. We simply cannot compare the games that were developed during the late 90s to the current generation games. Yes, the originality of the 90s games plays a vital part in showing the difference between the current generation games but the gaming experience has completely changed if we are to compare to the with each other. Each year there are rumors that this company is making this console and it will change the game forever. While some are true, some are not. The classic PlayStation series from SONY has to be the best out there. The only one that can compare with it is the Xbox series from Microsoft. It may be the other way around but for me the PlayStation is the console that is stands out. The features are easy to use and the dashboard is simple yet elegant. The only thing that I dislike about the PlayStation is the online services in which sometimes you simply can not access it, while Xbox online services are a bit more efficient.
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The PlayStation 4 from SONY has to be one of the best consoles up until now. The PlayStation 4 serves up dazzling graphics, runs on a simplified and logical interface and boasts a fantastic controller. It has the upper hand in indie games and can stream a constantly growing list of legacy titles via PlayStation Now. The PS4 makes it super-easy to capture and broadcast gameplay online and generally delivers a zippier performance than its direct competition. It also doubles as a Blu-ray player and solid media-streaming box.The PlayStation 4's beautiful graphics, smart interface, blazing performance, near-perfect controller and better indie offerings give it an edge over the Xbox One -- though that edge is ever-shrinking.
Microsoft's Xbox One offers impressive graphics and a solid list of exclusive 2015 titles. The Microsoft console currently edges ahead of the PS4 with a better selection of media apps. The console's fall-2015 dashboard update is a noticeable improvement. The console has backward compatibility with around 100 Xbox 360 titles, and that list is poised to grow.While the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the game console race, the Xbox One's significant course corrections and solid exclusives make it a compelling alternative.