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There comes a time in every young Gamers life when he becomes nostalgic for the feeling of holding that new game system As he looks down at his current game system he realizes it is slowly becoming out of date The prehistoric machine the Gamer once cherished with awe and joy Now leaves the Gamer longing for the next big thing that longing drives the young Gamers curiosity It ignites the fire of interest and nostalgia of whats next For years now Gamers all around the world have been anticipating perceiving and gossiping about the next game systems to be released The long awaited announce of whats next is finally upon us the Ps4 and Xbox One When new game systems come on the market you would think them similar but in reality they are very different So different in fact it would almost be like comparing apples to oranges So the one question most Gamers are asking is what system is better The most obvious place that any curious Gamer would venture to are the polls The Ps4 has over 15 million pre-orders this season alone as to the Xbox One has only around a million pre-orders In the realm of street talk among Gamers it is clear that most people promote the Ps4 over the Xbox One There are varying degrees of reasons behind their decision but the choice on the streets seem to be clear People prefer the Ps4 over the Xbox One in general In the politics of the gaming world there is much praise for the Ps4 and much criticism towards the Xbox One A reason for this is that Xbox One released that Gamers could not openly trade game with their friends The statement Microsoft put out was the friend would still have to buy the game Later after being under fire by the media and gamers themselves Microsoft later recanted their previous statement Microsoft changed their policy of
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