Dealspwn: "As a videogame writer, editor and reviewer, I've amassed a fairly sizeable selection of review platforms. Specifically: a 3DS, gaming PC, NVIDIA Shield, PS3, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. To say nothing of my retro library.
However, as you can plainly see, there was a gaping hole in my console collection: the PS4. Though a handsome machine, it simply didn't offer enough exclusive clout for me to justify the expense back in 2013, while the games that I was excited about -- Transistor, Uncharted 4, Planetside 2, Bloodborne and the like -- were either already available on PC or months away from release. Since my colleagues both have one, I was content to let it slide.
Then Bloodborne launched. So I bought a PS4. And I love it.
So after owning a PS4 for a fortnight or so, I thought it might be fun to pen an impressions piece. Not a review, rather what strikes me as the features and functionality that set the PS4 apart from the Xbox One I've used over the last 18 months, both good and bad, and what initially grabs me about the device as a gamer as well as a reviewer."