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A lot of people are saying that Playstation E3 was superior because of more games that were shown.. However we know that most of those games don't even have a release date!    By contrast if you look at Xbox exclusive games such as Forza Horizon 3, Gears of war 4, Halo Wars 2, Dead Rising 4 etc. we expect them to come out either this year or maybe next year(latest). Now lets look at the Sony games that will come out this year... Last Guardian is one.. I cant think of another one..   How on earth did Sony "destroy" Xbox.. 

Oh I almost forgot the Xbox One S unveiling which was revolutionary ground breaking i was blown away by how amazing it looks and only starting at 299$? crazy!



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FattyDingDong said:

A lot of people are saying that Playstation E3 was superior because of more games that were shown.. However we know that most of those games don't even have a release date!    By contrast if you look at Xbox exclusive games such as Forza Horizon 3, Gears of war 4, Halo Wars 2, Dead Rising 4 etc. we expect them to come out either this year or maybe next year(latest). Now lets look at the Sony games that will come out this year... Last Guardian is one.. I cant think of another one..   How on earth did Sony "destroy" Xbox.. 

Oh I almost forgot the Xbox One S unveiling which was revolutionary ground breaking i was blown away by how amazing it looks and only starting at 299$? crazy!

To be fair, most of the Xbox games are coming out this year because they were first shown last year. Sony showed off way more new stuff and showed off more big games. They also didn't waste any time on stuff like social features and customizable controllers and whatever. It was games. New games. Big games.

Oh, and Sony has shown off way more stuf outside of their conference. Including a lot of games that are launching this year.

But WOAH!!!! A SLIM CONSOLE!!!! THAT'S NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE!!!!



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I agree but not by a long shot. Sonys show was rrally good.



I can't think of a single xbox one exclusive that was presented at the xbox conference.



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The ps4 was basically a slim console at launch. Xbox is only now catching up. Sony won e3 easily and because of the games.



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I think Sony won, but not by the HUGE margin that constantly gets parroted in the other threads. IMHO Sony edged MS out. Showing RD3 would have edged them out even more. 



"Oh I almost forgot the Xbox One S unveiling which was revolutionary ground breaking i was blown away by how amazing it looks and only starting at 299$? crazy!"

I can no longer tell if this is a serious thread or not. I'm assuming it is a joke.



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"Xbox exclusive games"? what are those? Every game at microsoft's e3 was either on W10 or PS4 as well.

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There is absolutely nothing revolutionary about the slim... Or its price



Xbox One S is groundbreaking? It's still bigger than a standard PS4. PS4 allows 4k video and photo just not by the disc drive. I'm not sure what you mean by groundbreaking there I'm quite confused.

Also you said xbox exclusive games. None of those are xbox exclusive. Nothing announced was xbox exclusive.



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