It’s been almost a year since both the PS4 and XBox One launched the Next Generation Video Game Systems. Now that we are approaching the anniversary of the two systems does it really matter what system is out selling who? I mean, come on, I feel that it doesn’t matter.
The reason why I say this is because I’m a gamer, not a fanboy ,and I feel that both Microsoft and Sony have both put together some of the most advanced systems we have ever seen. But what matters is that us, as gamer,s have two great systems this generation and are getting to see some amazing things from each system.
Though, it does seem that Xbox One is in the news a lot more than the PS4. Not all of it good, not all of it bad: international launches with huge failures in Japan and launching the first system in China in almost 20 years.
But now one of the biggest things a lot of gaming sites have been talking about is 1080p gaming. I know 1080p 120hz is what it’s all about with movies and TV but when it comes to games… does it really matter?
Most games now are hitting around 900p 60fps and look amazing and there are a few games that actually hit full 1080p. The one thing that I have noticed between the two,900 and 1080, is absolutely nothing. You cannot tell a real difference. Hell there really isn’t all to much of a difference from 720p to 900 to 1080 and the difference is so minimal that the only people that will truly notice a difference are the super tech freaks that brakes down the differences by studying each frame.
So my question for all of you is: do these things really matter. There are so many great games that are out or coming out now it is a great time to be a gamer. What matters to you now that the systems are out and are starting to hit there stride?
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
BY: Shane Holly/Obiwon2296
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