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PS4 Games vs Xbox One Games: What’s the Difference?

Posted by on Sep 3, 2015 in Featured, News, PS4 Console, Xbox One, Xbox One Games | 0 comments

Sony and Microsoft have been creating extremely similar consoles since the days of the Playstation 2 and the original box — so much so that many titles created by third-party developers end up appearing on both platforms either simultaneously or within a few months of each other due to brief “exclusivity” deals. The current generation of consoles continues this trend with the PS4 and the Xbox One sharing many titles. Due to this, many ask, when it comes to PS4 games vs Xbox One games, what’s the difference? The main difference that’s mentioned in reviews and articles of multi-platform games in this console generation is that, many times, the PS4 is capable of running a title at 1080p while the Xbox One is forced to compromise by displaying at 900p in order to compete performance-wise. Sony’s console seems to...

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PS4 vs PS3: A System Comparison

Posted by on Feb 13, 2014 in News, PS4, PS4 Console | 0 comments

The PlayStation 3 was a technical marvel when it launched back in 2006 with its cell processor and then unprecedented, unheard of 512 megabytes of RAM. But nearly eight years have passed since the launched, and technology moves so quickly that the new PlayStation 4 is miles ahead of its predecessor, just like every new generation of consoles. Let’s take an in-depth look at the PS4 vs PS3. The Processor The PS3 had an advanced processor made up of seven “cells” that was to act as “threads” to handle different pieces of a game at a time. This is theoretically better than a single-celled processor in that developers did not have to pile all of the instructions onto the shoulders of a single unit. It ran at 3.2 GHz and did an excellent job most of the time, but...

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Differences Between PS4 and Xbox One

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in News, PS4 Console, Xbox One Console | 0 comments

With the release of both Sony’s PS4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One around the same time (PS4 on Nov. 15 and Xbox One on Nov. 22), gamers and consumers should know the differences between PS4 and Xbox One before making the purchase. Here is a brief summary of key differences for those deciding between the two next-gen consoles. Physical Characteristics and Cost Technically, both have 500GB hard drives, custom AMD graphics processors, the ability to play Blu-ray, and eight-core processors. If size and bulkiness matter to you, the Xbox One weighs a little bit more and is bulkier than the PS4. One of the differences between PS4 and Xbox One is PS4’s internal power supply while Xbox One has a bulky external power brick. Games For some, choosing a console will come down to the games that each one offers....

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