XBOX ONE. The price tag and Kinect may scare even the most fateful fan away, even the ascension Microsoft has made combining gaming and television. Would not say I'm zealous about owning one. Looks like an old VCR player.
Unfortunately the complaints continue. Unlike PlayStation 4, Xbox One is unable to stream videos on Twitch (for now). Xbox One has a habit of mauling on discs, which have gotten enormous amount of fans pretty frustrated. Next, you need voice command to execute anything quickly. Barking orders at my Television will become old, fast. Finally, to have the full experience Xbox One has to offer, you need to own a cable box. Not too big of a deal, if you are not into television.
Time for some good news. Xbox allows control over the cable box by pinning your favorite channels and viewing your DVR. Sadly, recording shows directly from Xbox One is not possible. Reviews says the Kinect works more precise than the predecessor, so fans can calm down. Kinect also you to sign; just by siting on the couch and a little face recognition. Also, except for a hundred, Xbox One limits one thousand friends can be added.
This was a tough decision. I will also own a Wii U for the diversity. But money is short and I cannot buy the trio. Also, I have a persona, friends, and memories from my Xbox 360 experience (including my gamer score). Starting over on PlayStation 4 might have been fun, but I am too committed to the Xbox.