61skywakeMon 28th Apr 2014 memoryman3 wrote: At least XB1 has good third party support. Don't like the linearity of Ryse? Play Watch_Dogs coming May 27th, the same time as the other versions, with the same extras such as DLC and the companion app. Don't like modern cites? Wait for Dishonored II, coming 2016, when the system will still be relevant on the eyes of gamers. Too violent for you? There is the upcoming Minecraft Xbox One Edition you can enjoy alone or with friends!. But what fantastic thing does it have that the PS4 doesn't? You've given a list of reasons as to why the Wii U isn't doing as well as the 360/PS3/PS4/XBOne/PC cloud of potential gaming hardware options. That's cool. But why would you get a XBOne specifically especially when of all of the "third party boxes" it's about the most expensive option. The thing is $50AU more than a PS4, $600AU more than not getting a new console. That's a fair chunk of cash to spend on something that doesn't really give you anything extra. So why? That's the question. Edited on Mon 28th April, 2014 @ 16:32 by skywake Some good Aussie musics: King Gizzard, Pond, The Avalanches "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"