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PS4 vs Xbox One: Which System Has Better Games?

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    Xbox One console with controller.
December 24, 2013|12:09 pm

The PS4 vs. Xbox One battle continues as a new video that examines the games on both of these consoles hit the internet earlier this month.

IGN.com released a new series that examines various areas on both of these next-gen consoles including the controller, hardware, games, software, online and overall gameplay. See it here.

This time the publication took a closer look at some of the exclusives and other titles that will be released on each console. This should help consumers decide on which one is worth their money.

The Xbox One launched with a slew of new titles such as Battlefield, Assassins Creed, Fifa, NBA 2K, Need for Speed and much more.

"Microsoft's made some serious investments in the exclusives," said the site's Microsoft expert Fran Mirabella. "Dead Rising 3 is bloody good fun Forza 5's drivatar with your friends are downright addictive, and then you've got Killer Instinct, Rise and even Xbox fitness's mini programs if that's your thing."

He also discusses how Titanfall will be one of the most exciting exclusives to launch in the future and encourages viewers not to ignore past Microsoft titles such as Halo and future third-party games like Metal Gear Solid 5.

The site's PS4 expert Scott Lowe weighed in on the games competition as well highlighting the great things Sony is already bringing to the table.

"The PS4 has only just launched but there's already plenty of great games available and coming in the near future," he said.

Exclusives such as Killzone: Shadow Fall, Resogun and Knack should be enough to excite most players. There are also many free play titles available for those who cannot shell out large amounts of the money for the regular games.

The PS4 and Xbox One both launched earlier this year and are available through various retailers.

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