There are always plenty of hot new games to play, especially when two new consoles are hitting the market.
When Ubisoft unexpectedly delayed the highly anticipated Watch Dogs , which won't come out until next year now, there were plenty of disappointed gamers out there. But how disappointed? We wanted to know.
As it turns out, while there were quite a few of our readers who were extremely disappointed at losing Watch Dogs (obviously, it was a game they really wanted to play for the holidays), there were even more who responded with, "eh, I've got plany of games to play." And that's basically true. While both launch lineups for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One could be better in our estimation, there's no shortage of available titles between now and the end of the year. And don't forget about the myriad of downloadable games.
Speaking of the PS4 and Xbox One, we ask the big question: Can Sony's machine outsell Microsoft's in the US this holiday season? That would be one hell of a turnaround after years of Xbox 360 domination in this country, and it would be a fantastic start for the PS4. And if the PS4 can outstrip the Xbox One, will it be by a significant margin, or will it be close?
Related Game(s): Watch Dogs