PS4 vs Xbox One: The Full Story





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Published on Jun 12, 2013

This is the complete PS4 vs Xbox One comparison video.
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Confirmed platform exclusives -

PS4 Exclusive Games

Blacklight: Retribution: Free to play FPS action only on PS4 and PC from Zombie Studios.

Daylight: First-person survival horror with randomly generated levels and a serious lack of light sources.

DC Universe Online: The PS3 MMO hit returns on PS4. Become a hero or a villain and team up with famous characters in Gotham and Metropolis.

Driveclub: Drive! In a club! Social online racing from the guys behind the awesome Motorstorm.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn: The troubled Square Enix MMO is back and ready to prove itself on PS4.

Infamous: Second Sun: Rock around Seattle with superpowers in the third game in the Infamous franchise.

Killzone: Shadow Fall: Shoot some Helghast in the face as you return to the world of Guerilla's FPS series.

Knack: Fun action platforming for the kids, or adults who never really grew up.

The Order: 1886: Adventure through an alternate history steampunk London full of things
that go bump in the night.

Planetside 2: A free to play MMO FPS that has been a great success on PC.

Primal Carnage: Genesis: An episodic single player series about a world where dinosaurs have been brought back from extinction.

Secret Ponchos: An indie action shooter from the excellently named studio, Switchblade Monkeys.

Super Stardust HD sequel: We know another Super Stardust is coming, but not much more. Expect lots of shooting!

Warframe: Another free to play shooter, this time in a third person viewpoint. A big success on PC so far.

War Thunder: Multiplayer flight sim with planes from a variety of time periods. Highway to the danger to the zone!

Xbox One Exclusive Games

Below: An indie roguelike from the guys behind the excellent Sword and Sworcery EP on iOS.

Crimson Dragon: A spiritual sequel to Panzer Dragoon. Ride on the back of a dragon and shoot stuff!

D4: An episodic murder mystery from the crazy genius Swery 51. We already like it.

Dead Rising 3: Can you survive in a city overrun by bloodthistry zombies? Everything you see can be a weapon.

Fantasia: Music Evolved: A Disney motion controlled rhythm action game developed by Harmonix.

Forza Motorspot 5: The return of what many consider to be the best racing game series in the world today.

Halo 5: We know it's coming, but we don't know when... or anything else, really.

Killer Instinct: A free to play reboot of the old Rare fighting game.

Kinect Sports Rivals: More gesticulating wildly in front of a television in a weird pastiche of real sports.

LocoCycle: Get dragged along the desert by a sentient military motorcycle. Yep, it's pretty weird.

Project Spark: A strange mixture of world building and base defending using innovative voice control.

Quantum Break: The new game from Remedy which blends live action video with sections of gameplay.

Ryse: Son Of Rome: Historical hack and slash from Crytek set in ancient Rome.

Sunset Overdrive: An open world shooter from Insomniac Games, previously famous for their partnership with Sony.

Titanfall: A new sci-fi FPS IP from Respawn, a studio created by old Infinity Ward members.

Zoo Tycoon: Microsoft's classic zoo management strategy game comes to console.


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