With the holidays approaching, gamers will once again be faced with A VERY IMPORTANT DECISION. XBOX or Playstation. Both have their pluses and minuses but only one will sit comfortably on your entertainment center after Christmas. Check out IGN’s review of both next-gen systems below:
X-BOX SERIES X:
Ryan McCaffrey reviews Microsoft’s Xbox Series X console. Find out why it is a fantastic package of laser-targeted gaming power. IGN’s Xbox Series X review covers our first impressions, reactions, the new Xbox Series X user interface, Xbox Series X gameplay performance, and so much more.
Luke Reilly reviews Sony’s PlayStation 5 console. Find out how what this colossus lacks in subtlety it makes up for in potential thanks to its rapid SSD and remarkable new DualSense controller. The IGN PS5 review will cover our first impressions of the PS5 console, the new PS5 UI, the PS5 controller—better known as the DualSense controller—and much much more. The PlayStation 5 console is easily one of the largest consoles ever, and you can’t really appreciate its size until you see it in person. Our review highlights our PS5 hands-on impressions, including the console’s look and feel in the flesh as well as potential ways it could fit in your home entertainment setup. The PlayStation 5 user interface (PS5 UI) will also be thoroughly discussed in the video and will highlight new navigation features like “cards.” While the video does have PS5 gameplay footage from Spider-Man Miles Morales, it’s merely used to talk about how the PS5 specs and PS5 SSD are going to revolutionize loading in next-gen games. Finally, the review will touch on the new DualSense controller. This new PS5 controller is shaping up to be one of the standout features of the PlayStation 5.
But which one should you choose? With both costing around 500 to 600 dollars, the idea for most of gamers owning one of these new systems at the jump might be daunting considering the country’s economic predicament. However, one thing that did stand out was the fact that the majority of the games that will be released with these systems will also be available on their previous generation game consoles. When you mix that with the fact that both systems will more than likely have to contend with bugs and flaws within their systems for the first few months, the choice is simple. WAIT. At least until the systems are able to muster up some next-gen games worthy of a big purchase. Or, if you have to be one of those gamers that JUST HAS to have it first, look into purchasing the digital only version of the new XBOX and Playstation. Both of those systems will only put you back 300-400 dollars a piece.