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Intrinsic said:
chakkra said:

Interesting that you say that bcuz I haven't seen a reason for me to own the PS5 at launch (and yes, I saw Spiderman and R&C trailers). Kena looks really cool though (but still not enough).  

If sony has given you no reason to buy a PS5, then it means MS is a complete non-starter then. Because at least, unlike MS sony has shown games actually running on the PS5 hardware. And from a readiness point of view, Sony has shown more games that are slated to come within the first year of release.

R&C, Demon Souls, Spiderman, GT7, Kena, Horizon, Returnal..etc just to mention a few. There is also a slew of third-party exclusives too that are slated for the launch year. While one's game preference is purely subjective, the fact of the matter is that this is gearing up to be the strongest launch line up in PlayStation history.

I am not making an argument that those should enough for you, hell, it's possible that you do not like a single game I mentioned there or the games I forgot to mention (eg deathloop), but with regards to who seems more "ready" for next-gen, sony is definitely so far making a better case for itself. Which is something I find strange as I would have expected it to be MS being that they need to do so more. 

I mean...and I am saying it again, we have yet to see a single game running on the XSX. How is that even possible this close to launch? Well... unless we count Gears 5 then yh...

In playstation history? I argue they are giving nintendo a run for their money with greatest of all. The switch was insane thou, we have to wait and see if this compares once the dust has settled.

Speaking of XSX gameplay. Digital foundry had some behind the scene of crisis remaster runing on all consoles and advertise series x gameplay on the video, they they showed nothing or even really talked about it, just said it was runing side by side of an xbox one x. what the hell was the point in that?

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