Xbox VS PlayStation is the latest video game battle. The Xbox has taken the world by storm with its new revolutionary capabilities of using the internet to enable its users to connect to other players and make friends, and the PlayStation on the other hand has been trying to catch up with the new technological giant with the release of its new revolutionized video game console – the PlayStation 5. But which is better? This highly debated topic is the subject of this review.
Xbox VS PlayStation is simple. It’s got the most powerful graphics cards, the internet capability, the social networking possibilities, and the more personalize capabilities of the hardware. On the other hand, the PlayStation has what it takes to compete with Xbox. The PlayStation can now connect with other players through the internet, it has better graphics, the ability to create custom user profiles, and more. In fact, many people compare the two new consoles as if they were really designed by the two giants, Sony and Microsoft. This may be a bit over-doing it but it seems that the Xbox would have to step aside to make way for the new PlayStation.
So who’s better? The answer is surprisingly both. For hardcore gamers, the Xbox is still the better choice. It’s not because it has better graphics. In fact, the Xbox games are not as good as their counterparts on PlayStation. However, the Xbox can still use its advantage of having a huge community of gamers around the world and at any time of the day.
But what about the competition between Xbox Versus PlayStation? If we look at the hardware, the two next gen consoles are about the same size, about the same weight, and almost the same in terms of processing power. They are both packed with the latest features such as voice chat, streaming HD video, and Blu-ray. However, the real battle is what about the games. Are the new games much better than the old ones?
In my opinion, they are about equal. I say this because, even though the graphics for Xbox Versus PlayStation is a little higher, the difference is so slight that it is almost unnoticeable to the naked eye. The main difference comes in the game play, where the in five has a bit more freedom on where and how they will perform in a game.
Xbox has also been notorious for the length of their games. The current series Xbox rumbles on for three and a half years. Meanwhile, the PS5 is only two and a half years. The gap is so slight that, to me, it doesn’t seem like there is much of a difference between the two gen consoles.