I don't buy a console for the best performance - I'd still be more than happy picking up a PS3 to watch Blu-Ray's and play great looking games.
This is pretty dumb. Who cares if it's more powerful? If it doesn't have the software to support it, it's a moot point. As the article pointed out, the XboneX is more powerful than the PS4, and that's not helping them. Until Microsoft learns to expand it's market beyond dude-bros playing Halo and GOW (not that those games aren't fun), Sony is going to keep beating them.
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