chrysostom wrote:It doesn't matter, they're both basically the same
not so. They both have the same main processor, but the supporting architecture in both machines is quite different - far too much to go into here, do your own research if you're that bothered. In summary - the xbox has a higher clock speed, the PS4 has more core connections and better supporting chip sets, which in turn offers developers more options on how to divide/manage internal processes.
chrysostom wrote:but the xbox comes with the movement sensor included (hence the extra £100)
Pffft, I'm not 12 any more - who cares!
chrysostom wrote:Basically, buy the one with the controller you like.
Now THAT, I cannot argue with. Or the loyalty argument. Or the 'what all my friends will get' argument.
But, technically superior, no. And my games developing friend will concur; they are managing to code games much easier for the new PS4 chip set than the xbox one.
I've actually met Chris n shook his hand. This fact is still causing slight issues in my trouser dept....
Yudster wrote:Best post ever.