Will Greenwald: By the numbers, the PlayStation 4 still wins a year later. Of course, "by the numbers" assumes no weighting between categories. The PlayStation 4 has an edge in price, albeit a much slimmer edge than it did at launch, and a much nicer controller. On the other hand, the Xbox One jumps far ahead in media features if you don't mind both the $100 extra on the system with Kinect and the $60 per year for a subscription to Xbox Live Gold. The PlayStation 4 is economically superior as a pure gaming system, but the Xbox One is superior as a comprehensive media hub that doubles as a game system. Either way, as always, the biggest determining factor should be which games you want to play, and which platform will have them.