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FrancisNobleman said:
Yes but those consoles use the more developer friendly, and now archaic x86 architecture, which means people can max out those platforms much more easily than the exotic architectures from previous generations.

Don't expect miracles. PS4 and specially Xbone owners are facing the same dilemma as wii u owners back ago: my system is not as powerful as I thought.

Also to a user up there, if this launch "next gen" games is what you were waiting for so long, welcome to 2007. Crysis baby.

Actually the original Crysis that was released in 2007, far exceeds the rendering capabilities of any console, including the PS4. Of course, we had to wait until 2011 to get a graphics card that could run it at 1920x1200 with decent framerate.