PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox One: Which one is for you? There are many things to consider, such as graphics quality, console design, what games you prefer, speed, price (there is a $100 difference), memory or something as simple as which one has a better controller. Sony is the supporter behind the PS4 and Microsoft is behind the Xbox One. TNW lays out the difference between what Sony and Microsoft will offer with each system. By the way, the end of the launch window will be March 2014, which means there will be much more exclusive game fares. You might want to hold off putting either on your Christmas list and wait till March before deciding. And, if you have the option to double-dip, get both, one for the living room and one for the bedroom.
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