D-Day is coming for gamers eagerly anticipating Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. In the months leading up to launch, the race continues to heat up between the $499 One and the $399 PS4 as more information concerning specs, features and games becomes available.
The Xbox One aims to be the only set-top box you need, combining live TV, voice control and a much-improved Kinect experience. The cheaper PS4 is all about the games, focusing on jaw-dropping graphics, social sharing and nifty second-screen features.
So, which console should you buy? We put the PS4 and Xbox One through a 10-round preview slugfest to predict which system will deliver the best gaming experience.