Which Console Exclusive Represents Its System The Best?

Pixelgate writes:

''With three consoles on the market, each with their own line up of exclusives, choosing one definitive title from each system is tricky. Is there even a game on each system that represents exactly what the consoles and brand stands for?''

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Shadowolf2865d ago


I thought Halo 5 Guardians greatly represented the Xbox One quite well.

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ShadowKnight2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

One of the worse campaign in the entire Halo series imo. Halo 4 campaign was actually better.

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ShadowKnight2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

I didn't say anything about the multiplayer. The campaign though 🤔😌😞

Vegamyster2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

I didn't think the campaign was bad, it was story that felt rushed & the overused encounter with the Warden was annoying but other then that it was fine.

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Sirk7x2865d ago

I was left wanting more in the campaign, but the multiplayer, however, is absolutely fantastic.

Ra3v3r2865d ago

Aye, they sold the story as being an epic clash between The Chief and Locke. In the end we got a team of retards who couldn't tell their arse from their elbow, getting schooled by the most annoying boss I've gone up against in a long time.

generic-user-name2865d ago


Please stop calling it the 'entire package' when only half the package is worthy.

Hardiman2864d ago

You know I'm just not really into multiplayer games. I know I'm a minority but I just prefer a single player experiences myself. I enjoyed Halo and Halo 2 even with the iffy ending to part 2. Anyway I played Bio Shock before I played Halo 3 and I have to say that's where my love for Halo stopped. Even though Halo is an action heavy first person shooter, Bio Shock had a great story, plasmids and horror. It's really unfair to compare them but my taste in games has just changed and I have yet to enjoy a Halo game again..

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EpicSandwich2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

Is it really that good? I can't wait to try it out when I get my gears console. All
I have heard is how good the multiplayer is, some close friends tell me it is the best Fps multiplayer they have played. That's a big statement.

I'm not really interested in the campaign, I will play it definitely but multiplayer is where it is at and has always been for halo. Plus there's too much content so I doubt it can get stale, when I watch mp gameplay on YouTube it looks like an absolute blast.

ShadowKnight2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

The campaign is not that good. The multiplayer is great. Halo campaign is not the same as it used to be.

Sirk7x2865d ago

The campaign is worth a playthrough, especially for the achievements. It's not like it used to be though. Perhaps the concept has been played out, but it seems to have lost some of its appeal. Also, it's apparent that 343 is trying to move the story away from Master Chief.

LackTrue4K2865d ago

Nintendo: Mario/Zelda
Playstation: Kratos/Drake

.....some don't understand the article or something, all this talk about halo?!?

TRS_Gear2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

I think its not so much a game, but more or less a series or character. Just as its not so much a specific console as it is a brand.

Sony Playstation:
My vote has to go to Nathan Drake of the Uncharted Series, with the runner up being Kratos of the God of War Series.

Microsoft Xbox:
My vote has to go to Marcus Fenix of the Gears of War series, with the runner up being Master Chief of the Halo series.

Nintendo (all):
My vote has to go to Mario of any Mario game you can think of, with several runners up, but I will choose Link from the Legend of Zelda series.

You can break it down to be more specific to the what each brand represents, this list changes drastically, but if you identify a brand with a face, I think my list is sound.

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Hardiman2865d ago (Edited 2858d ago )

Bloodborne, Uncharted 4, Ratchet and Clank, The Nathan Drake Collection, Until Dawn,Knack, The Last of Us Remastered, Infamous Second Son, The Order 1886, Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, Indigo Prophecy and God of War 3. Also the future looks bright with No Man's Sky, Gran Tourismo Sport, Horizon Zero Dawn,Gravity Rush 2, Persona 5,God of War, Days Gone, Death Stranding, Detroit:Become Human, Nioh, Wild and Spider man. Oh and that doesn't even count all the indie titles that are coming.

Shadowolf2865d ago


I believe your reasoning is exactly why most if not all PlayStation exclusive will struggle to meet the need of this articles question, primarily because there is simply so many impressive exclusives to choose from. I don't mean to say that another platform offers better exclusives, it just that the variety on PlayStation is quite vast. The minute a considerably great PlayStation exclusive releases, another is not too far behind.

Hardiman2865d ago

Yeah I did get off topic. I've just enjoyed the exclusives that I've played so far and I am really looking forward to the future.

wonderfulmonkeyman2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

Impressive is subjective (The Order? Really?), but it's true that there's a lot of choice to consider.
All told, though, I think that the ones formed directly by Sony teams should be given priority 1, over anything that was a collaboration with another studio.

As for me personally, if we're not restricted to just made by inner Sony teams, I've got a lot I could pick both in and out.
However, I think I'd vote Ratchet and Clank (the original series, not the reboot) as the rep for Sony overall. (if we're talking specific systems, though, then Ar Tonelico II is also one of my top picks for PS2)
Great humor, lovable characters, and over-the-top action that other shooter-platformer hybrids could learn a lot from.

Hardiman2865d ago (Edited 2858d ago )

It was not my intention to disrespect anyone with my post. Like I said I did get off topic and if it is a problem then I can just delete the comment. I'm just so happy with how Sony is really going out of their way to allow great games on their platform that I want to play. Also reviews be damned because The order was a fiscal success so I'm looking forward to The Order 1887.

andibandit2864d ago (Edited 2864d ago )

I'll vote for that when we get a good First Person Shooter.

Would be extra happy if it has coop or multiplayer.

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Fez2865d ago

Honestly, all that list says to me is that the best games on PS4 are PS3 games. Uncharted 4 is the best game I've played since TLoU but half the games you listed are from last gen. That's not a good representation of the PS4 imo - you should have left them out. There's enough quality to not have to talk about PS3 remasters.

Hardiman2865d ago (Edited 2865d ago )

That is true but they are still exclusive to the Ps4 as well and a lot of gamers experienced them for the first time on PS4. I wouldn't say half though simply for the fact that there even more exclusives coming to the PS4 that haven't been mentioned.

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noksucow732864d ago

The Order? ? No.... at least not for me. Great graphics and all, but that was it for me. I'm still not half way through that game. I just can't get enthralled in it

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stanr2865d ago

Interesting concept but its all going to be based on what they player prefers. If Halo was your favorite series then Xbox One it is. Me, I had a PS2 followed by a PS3 and now I have a PS4 and will get the PS5 when it comes out in the future.

Shadowolf2865d ago

Simply based on the games list according the article I would say Splatoon, as it launched during a time of severe drought on the Wii U. The game was not only well received it actually sold quite a few Wii U's. Of course, the article isn't asking which games were subjectively better, nor am I saying Splatoon was a better game than say UC4, however a far as which platforms were in greater need of greatness and received just that, Splatoon on the Wii U, by far.