The launch smoke has cleared and gamers have officially entered the era of next-generation gaming. In one corner, you have the $499 Xbox One, a gaming console that wants to be the center of your living room experience. Complete with live TV integration, as well as a revamped Kinect 2, controller and interface, the One is a force to be reckoned with.
In the other corner is the PS4. Positioning itself as the gamer’s console, the $399 PS4 offers an innovative controller, a heavy emphasis on social and Remote Play capabilities allowing gamers to play anywhere in the house.
But which system is the right system for your gaming and entertainment needs? Read on to find out.
- Kinect 2 vs. PlayStation Camera
- User Interface
- Video Capture/Editing
- Second Screen Experience
- Performance and Graphics
- Entertainment Apps
- Xbox Live vs. PlayStation Plus