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Should I buy the Xbox 1 or PS4?

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I’m saving up for a new game console and it’s going to be one of the 2. I’ve read up on them in magazines and on web sites, but honestly I would much rather prefer a straight answer rather then just comparing the 2. Which one do you think would be the better buy? Could you give me one reason you like it and maybe something you think could be improved on? Thank alot!

I was also thinking of buying a Nintendo 3DS, so comments on that would be greatly appreciated as well!

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  1. I have the Xbox One. I have Cod Ghosts and Battlefield 4, both games are fun. The big thing with the One is TV integration and multitasking (snap mode). When they first announced the console, they put a lot of focus on television, which a lot of fans didn’t like (mostly playstation fans). However, since I purchased the console at midnight of its release, most of my time has been spent watching TV through the console. A lot of the time when I’m in-between matches in call of duty, I’ll say “xbox snap tv” and I’ll be able to watch TV on the side without leaving the game. It’s all very seamless. There are a few minor problems, but Microsoft has addressed them and they’re supposed to send out a firmware update pretty soon to fix the most annoying ones, such as starting up an xbox live party and then having to turn on party chat in a two step process. I also know the most anticipated game to be released for either consoles is Titanfall, and that will be an Xbox One exclusive. Plus, if you’ve ever played Halo, they’re making a new game and Steven Speilberg is creating a Halo TV series that’ll only be viewable on Xbox.

  2. Neither. Neither system has enough games to make it worth buying at this time.

    Buy a PS3 or 360 and enjoy the huge library of older games, plus the new ones that will continue to be released throughout 2015 and 2016 (and possibly further into the future.)

    I wouldn’t consider buying a current gen system until this Christmas at the earliest. By then, they’ll have both undergone a price drop as well.

    As for the 3DS, go for it. Your only choice there is regular 3DS or the larger 3DS-XL. If portability isn’t as big a deal, I’d consider the XL for the larger screen. They’re both identical in every other way though.

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