Anyhow. What does exclusivity, PS4, PS+ and whatever else you are banging on about have to do with my point?
You said I had a gaming drought on my ONE? I havent had one. I cant speak for the PS4 I don't have one.
I did? Hold on...
This is why I love Sterling, he tells it like it is.
Those saying its simply price are delusional. Price is a key factor, but everything else he says is spot on as well.
And if you're to thick that you can't understand, or in so much delusion that you don't want to understand allow me to explain it in idiot's terms:
The PS4 uses indie support to flesh out its library the droughts between major releases. It also adds value to the console.
The Xb1 does not.
Between KZ:SF and I:SS, PS+ has given free games on each of its platforms every month, and on the PS4 those are new indie titles. Not system sellers, but games in between system sellers.
PS+ >XBL in relative value (basically the amount you get vs the amount you pay for)
One might argue that XBL gives you youtube and netflix, but the fact that these service require live mean that the cost more to use on XB1 than on PS4.
Even at the same price, the PS4 is still cheaper than the XB1.
And the added value of XB1 features are ironically made extraneous by the very devices they aimed to replace.
CIP, Its easier and cheaper to use Youtube with your smart tv rather than on the XB1 connected to it.
Oh, you know what...my mistake, I underestimated your propensity to ignore reality. I would expect that from a Nintendo Fan but not an Xbox one. But times are a changing...
However, forgive me for not clarifying, I asked what exclusive games came out in Dec, Jan, and Feb, not what games you bought as I that information is not avaliable with a google search.
I'm defining drought in objective terms however and all three current gen consoles have had droughts between major releases. Although I value your anacedotal evidence, I must remind you that its not really relevant to the original question.
You can continue to dodge the question or admit the answer, either way.
It doesn't change the fact that I'm right.
In this day and age, with the Internet, ignorance is a choice! And they're still choosing Ignorance! - Dr. Filthy Frank