PlayStation 4, Xbox One… or a new PC?

With the PlayStation 4′s specs now out in the open and the console supposedly heading for a release before the end of 2013, the gaming world has been abuzz over how Sony Computer Entertainment’s new machine will match up to Microsoft’s forthcoming Xbox One. However, there’s another side to this story that hasn’t been discussed quite as hotly: how does the new console match up to a custom-made gaming PC, in terms of price and performance?

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hennessey861608d ago

Upgrading my PC this year and waiting until next year to decide wether or not I want a console.

Hellsvacancy1608d ago (Edited 1608d ago )

Screw buying a PC, how am I going to be able to play GTAV if I do that? I kid I kid

PC gaming has its place, so does console gaming, it would be nice to have both, a PS4 and a decent PC, when my laptop dies ive decided im never going to waste money buying another one, I will get a desktop PC, for the same price

Sony pump out so many awesome exclusive games, thats not likely to change next gen now is it? Im not planning on missing them

The_Infected1608d ago (Edited 1608d ago )

PS4. You get the amazing exclusive games with Sony and a very feature rich service. Also with Gaikai you have streaming gameplay, play as you download games, and instant full game demos. Now combine that with what PS+ has to offer and you've got so many great things.

FullmetalAlchemist1608d ago (Edited 1608d ago )

I always play games with my P,P. playstation and pc for me.

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