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Wrong. PS4 is made of flimsy plastic and wobbles. X1 is solid as a tank.Its a fact that the PS4 is stronger.
The specs of both are very, very close in terms of raw power so it's software that will determine which machine comes out on top this time around. Personally I'll be getting an Xbox One simply because it fits with the ecosystem I'm in already.
It really isn't close though.
But of course would be nice if all games would be 1080p in xbox one, can't argue that. Just saying, it really doesn't matter too much.
You'd only notice this while viewing programs that don't support scaling.Can you tell the diffence between real 1080p and 900p upscaled to 1080p? I don't think so.
The PS4 version was done by Nixxes Software who have been developing / porting since 1999 and has done 15 games, at least 6 of them ported to Xbox 360.
The Xbox One version was done by United Front Games who have been developing / porting since 2007 and has done 3 games only 1 of which was on Xbox 360
Now tell me how developer experience does not have anything to do with it. Seeing that Forza 5 runs 60FPS on XB1
Can you tell the diffence between real 1080p and 900p upscaled to 1080p? I don't think so.
I'm not a console owner, but this may interest you in regards to performance and what not:
Rumor: Xbox One Might Be Getting Graphics Performance Patch - Forbes