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Originally Posted by JezzafoolGood review. I really wanted the Xbox One but I am going to have to buy the PS4 though if I want to play anyone I know due to them all buying them this time.
Originally Posted by sandysSurely there is often overlap between Xbox exclusives like the much vaunted Titanfall and PC and so a PS4 is the option for alternate gaming due to different franchises. It was certainly this way for me, the only reason a 360 is in my house is due to Forza, everything else the PC/PS3 and Wii had covered.
Odd comment about true 'hardcore' gamers, what is that, gamers have been gaming since before the PC was even a capable gaming device, this was done as it can be now with consoles and all sorts of other devices, Hardcore graphics whores on PC now that is another matter :D
Blimey my missus is a pretty hardcore gamer, she has put an insane amount of hours into Candy Crush. :)
Meanwhile both consoles can look forward to the other two most anticipated games of next year which are Thief and Witcher 3, both of which are coming to PC too.
Originally Posted by RichCreedyA true hard core gamer plays on many Platforms, be that Xbox, PlayStation or PC, or for that matter Wii. I would have bought the PS4 as well as the Xbox one, but can't afford both, if you set the Xbox one up properly it can turn your connected TV on and off when your turn the Xbox on or off. (I told the Xbox which TV I have, and it can adjust TV volume and mute the TV as well as turn it off using voice commands)
Edit: forgot to mention windows media player 'play to' works just fine as well
Originally Posted by SnipsIf you are a true hardcore gamer, upgrade your PC. If not, buy a XBoxOne for everything else.
Originally Posted by RichCreedyA true hard core gamer plays on many Platforms, be that Xbox, PlayStation or PC, or for that matter Wii.
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