Neoseeker : News : Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4: Launch Games
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thexboxoneguru Nov 10, 13
The Xbox One has the stronger launch window lineup. I am guessing Sony is banking on their goto devs to get games for the PS4, but Infamous and the order 1866 look really good.
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Dilweedle Nov 10, 13
Ryse sounds good on paper but in practice it looks pretty bad.
I wish Crytek would give Timesplitters 4 a chance, that game could have set itself apart from the crowd in a positive way, rather than the negative attention Ryse is getting. It would've also provided a solid multiplayer experience for people to flock to at launch.
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Cain_Kousei_69 Nov 13, 13
quote Shadow of Death
quote Pikachu8me
I still say PS4 wins because free online gameplay and no trolls. ^____^
PS4 Online Gameplay isn't free, just FYI. Requires PS+ service.
Well The free 2 play games are still FREE 2 play that is. So there is plenty of DCU to go around for everyone :3
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dilute Nov 14, 13
That makes me happier that I chose the PS4. Would be getting no games at launch though.
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Metallica Nov 14, 13
Only game I'm getting at launch is LEGO Marvel Heroes, have to wait til Christmas until I get Killzone.
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WTFohitsyou Nov 14, 13
Personally, i Can't wait for the PS4 to get Planetside 2 in "early" 2014, my computer is too old to handle Planetside 2, you dont even have to be a PS+ member to play it cause it's a free to play mp game, Plus with microsoft losing their exclusivity to minecraft, that's another game to play with my friends, so while xbox may have a better launch lineup, the PS4 is definately getting the better games as time goes on

Also, who else is excited for Star Wars:Battlefront 3 in 2015?
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