By Dave Bouressa
Microsoft has certainly not been in favorable terms among gamers since the release of the Xbox One, for many reasons, but the main three being:
-Must connect to the internet every 24 hours or it stops working
-Kinect is permanently on
-Preventing/restricting the playing/purchasing of used games (which they still have not fully clarified)
Even after showing their incredible upcoming games and software, the hardware is still causing gamers to keep their distance. A few hours later, it was Sony's Press Conference, and the smackdown began...
Hearing "I guess that's a good thing" makes one think that perhaps that he was genuinely surprised that it was such an issue. However, Sony follows up with yet another smackdown which proves that they know EXACTLY what they're doing...
Ouch. Double burn.
I have been a fan of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, owning consoles from all three (PS1, PS2, Xbox360, Wii), but regarding "next-gen" gaming, it's looking like PS4 is going to be the winner.
The Playstation 4 will be out this fall and cost $399.99 at launch (100 dollars less than Xbox One. Triple burn).