All this hardware talk is just pure blah when XB1 fails at, what I think is the most important aspect of these next generation consoles, network services or, in MS's case, da cloud. It is an inferior service compared to PS+, with weekly maintenance schedule and horrible network speeds. You could probably count the number of servers dedicated for XBL on the palm of your hand and they most likely run on a surface tablets. I, as an ex 360 user with a fast cable internet connection, have experienced many dropouts during multiplayer gameplay, XBL maintenance which sometimes lasted for days and extremely unhelpful customer support. It may not be crucial to people who don't play online, but with this kind of service and attitude towards their customers, XB1 hardware means nothing to me.
For kids and teenagers XB1 is the best console out there right now. It's large, black and shiny, they have hard waving motion games meant for their age, you do have to buy the camera which doesn't even do anything anyway and the online experience is something they'll take for granted and simply won't care for. Like someone here said in another thread, PS4 is meant for mature audience who care about the features, technology and effort that the company put in creating this product. It's the experience that matters and PS+ will certainly not disappoint in that department.
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