A Review Of The PlayStation 4's 2017

By Matthew Nemeth

So the PlayStation 4 has had quite the opposite year to it’s Microsoft competitor the Xbox One, While PlayStation perhaps lacks the power in the PlayStation 4 Pro unlike the Xbox One X, the PlayStation 4 has had the exclusives to make up for it. It’s almost like if you took the Xbox One X and gave it PlayStation 4’s exclusives you would have no problem. With a range of exclusives that includes Nier, Nioh, Gravity Rush 2, Uncharted The Lost Legacy, Crash Bandicoot The N. Sane Trilogy, Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice, GT Sport, Horizon Zero Dawn and Persona 5 it’s been an incredible year for games on the PlayStation 4.

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Now while that’s amazing for consumers, it is disappointing the lack of great features and updates released for the PS4 and i do feel the PS4 is lacking in that compared to the Xbox One which has had an array of updates.

See where this is going? both sides of the competition have focused on such different things and that’s very interesting. Of course as different game companies they probably both have different visions and goals but what makes PlayStation the winner in my book for 2017 IS the video games, i mean, that’s why you buy a VIDEO GAMES console right? for the video games. Sure Xbox Live is also a better service than PSN and you may prefer that for 3rd party online titles such as FIFA, Overwatch and Call Of Duty, BUT, you can still do the exact same thing on a PS4.

So ultimately i feel the PlayStation 4 has had an excellent year and with 70 million units sold, it shows. I’m really looking forward to all the games coming out in 2017 for the PS4 such as Spider-Man, God Of War, Days Gone, Detroit Become Human, Medieval and many more

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