With the Nintendo Switch, going from pocket to tv, so easily with no big drop in performance, and good battery life, I feel like the hardware itself is good enough to justify owning it, regardless of the games. I feel like the PS4 is lacking because in much the same way the xbox one is. The only thing saving the PS4 from being exactly like the xbox is exclusivity locked away from other platforms. Sony seems to be taking notes from Microsoft in allowing formerly PS exclusive games on PC, like Flower and Journey. I really doubt it would end with those two games. It's already happening with xbox-- It's becoming a service. Opening up the Xbox platform to windows 10 is a great idea, considering the install base. Sony has done things before after microsoft, and I think that with windows being an open platform, it makes sense to open up the market to the PC users.
In the event that exclusives come to PC, what could a PS5 do, like the switch before it, in differentiating it from the PC enough to justify owning both, with games being equal?
Since you guys have totally missed the point of the thread, I've re-written it and added a photo of only my playstation consoles I have all of them... (Yes, I have other consoles.)
Last edited by Burning Typhoon - on 08 March 2019