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I think the PS4 has more going for it - cheaper, more powerful, a big focus on indie games, the improvements to the gamepad, heavier focus on games, etc. - but the launches for both systems are fairly mediocre, at least if you have access to multiple systems.

If you look at day one exclusives, it's basically Knack (which is getting hammered) and Killzone. On the Xbox 180, there is Forza, Ryse, Zoo Tycoon, Dead Rising 3, Zumba Fitness, and Fighter Within. None of those scream out to me and, having access to a high end gaming PC, I will be playing the multi-platform releases on PC.

For now, I am sticking with my PS4 preorder, mostly as a Netflix and Blu-Ray box. I am canceling my Xbox 180 preorder and I am still trying to figure out that damned Wii U. Nintendo really botched the hardware of the system, but I definitely want the new kitty Mario game and I wouldn't mind playing the HD Zelda game.
Still...buying a Wii U? That's a hard pill to swallow.
Meanwhile, where are the amazing AAA games? I realize there will be things for June and later of 2014, but the next few months look somewhat barren for all the systems.

Supporting the PC Master Race,
Ray

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