Which console game console is right for you?
By now, most gamers know that the next console generation will have a name and a brand, and we’re still figuring out which one.
So it’s time to pick a console.
And as far as I can tell, the next-gen consoles we’ve seen are either going to be Sony’s PlayStation 4 or Microsoft’s Xbox One.
The question is, which one is right, and what are the pros and cons of each?
There’s no easy answer, but the answer is: both.
The PlayStation 4, with its sleek design, great graphics, and impressive array of games, has been one of the most successful console releases of the last decade.
Its price tag is probably $499, or roughly $20 more than the Xbox One, which launched last November.
But both consoles are expected to be priced lower, which makes the difference between them a matter of taste.
The Xbox One is going to sell for $399.
The PS4 is going for $599.
The $599 console will have everything you need to play games, like an Xbox Live subscription, an Xbox app, and a powerful processor.
It also will have the latest games and TV shows, but most importantly, you’ll get a high-quality entertainment experience, and with Xbox One you’ll be able to stream your Xbox games to your TV.
The best part?
Both consoles will have plenty of power.
Sony’s PS4 will have 8 teraflops of processing power.
Microsoft’s PS5 will have 10 terafls.
So, the PS4’s 8 teraFLOPS are going to have the power to render the entirety of the Uncharted 4 and the entire Uncharted 3 on the Xbox 360.
If you’re a video game fan, you should be thrilled to be able play Uncharted 4 on a PlayStation 4.
You’ll also get more games than you ever did on a PC.
That’s because Microsoft will be giving both the PS5 and the Xbox 5 a more powerful GPU.
The specs of both consoles will be similar, but Microsoft’s consoles are designed to deliver more performance than Sony’s.
The difference is that the Xbox will have 4TB of storage, while the PS is limited to 4GB.
Sony, by contrast, is going with 4GB of storage for the PS 5.
And it will have 1TB of memory.
This means that the PS will be able load an Xbox game on the PS 4, and it will be ready to go right out of the box.
Microsoft will also have more memory for the Xbox.
The first Xbox games will be available for the first time in March, and Microsoft has said that the system will be more than ready for the holidays.
That means that you can download any Xbox game you want from the Xbox Store, and you’ll have the same experience on your Xbox as you do on your PC.
If Microsoft has any regrets about this decision, it’s that it could have made the PS a more attractive purchase, because the PS has a smaller user base.
If the PS isn’t the best game machine in the world, it certainly isn’t a bad buy.
However, the PC is more than capable of playing the most popular games, and Sony and Microsoft have a lot of overlap in the market.
The main difference between the PS and the PS+ is the console’s graphics, which is something that’s going to appeal to many PC gamers.
The console will use Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chip, which powers its Tegra K1 processor.
The TegraK1 is a new processor with an extra feature, which allows for a better CPU experience.
Tegra 3 was one of Microsoft’s top processors when it launched its Xbox 360, and Tegra4 is designed to do just that.
So Tegra-based processors are generally slower than Intel’s Atom processors, and that’s where Sony and Xbox come in.
Tegran processors will have twice the performance of the Intel chips, which means that games will run faster on Tegra.
That also means that gamers who are running on Tegran systems can run games on Xbox.
For gaming, the Xbox and PlayStation are going into the same territory, with an Xbox One and PlayStation 4 capable of rendering 4K (3840×2160) resolutions.
But the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have much better graphics, so gamers will be looking forward to running games on both consoles.
This will be especially true of games like Grand Theft Auto V, which will run at 1080p, even if it’s running at a lower resolution on a 1080p television.
I played GTA V on both Xbox and PS, and I didn’t notice a difference between it and other Xbox games.
The only time I noticed a difference was when I used the Game Mode menu on the console.
The Game Mode system lets you change the resolution of the game, so if you’re playing on the 1080p setting, your game will be rendered at a slightly higher resolution.
That may sound like a small difference, but I played some games on the PlayStation