There's no denying that PS5 is Sony's most powerful console ever. Unfortunately, it still doesn't feel like a proper next-gen system a year after its release.
The PS5 is off to a strong start, with a great game library and useful features. But its design and interface are still sticking points.
Are the PS5 and Xbox Series X necessary? If so, are consoles something we'll always need? And, if not, what should we have had instead?
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Powerful new PS4, Xbox models are coming sooner than expected. If you have to buy a new console every few years, a PC may be a better deal.
With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One both rumored to receive incremental upgrades in the near future, you might want to steer clear of gaming consoles right now.
If you're willing to dish out a little extra money, the PlayStation 3 will reward you with the best overall entertainment experience.