901DGGamesSat 22nd Jun 2013 Well the XBOX ONE is certainly winning on the exclusives side. The only other console with that many exclusives at E3 was Nintendo (both have 15 announced for this year alone). Since DRM is no longer an issue, it will be just a matter of people realizing that and hearing the news. @Jaz007 you are wrong. The PS4 is not "more PC like". Both the PS4 and XBOX ONE use the same x86-64 architecture, however the XBOX ONE is more PC like if you wanna get into the finer details. It does share the Windows kernel with Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Phone, and supports full DirectX 11.1+ natively (something sony can't do without paying royalties to MS). We already do know the Xbox LIVE infrastructure is far better and more powerful than PSN's (is just a matter of experiencing both). Not saying PSN is impossible to use, but LIVE is definitely the better one. The fact PSN will now be a paid service for multiplayer as well just proves who was on the right track all along. That money keeps the servers running and allows them to keep adding more as time goes on. If you pay $60/year for Xbox LIVE you are dumb. Xbox LIVE subscriptions usually go for $30-$40 anywhere all the time. Also you can get months of LIVE for as low as $1 directly from the console. And since LIVE is now offering truly free games (not just rentals like PSN does), it certainly adds even more value. Game developer and gamer.