But ask yourself what level of price tag does it take to get those non dedicated gamers to pull the trigger?
It is too early to know much of anything, we will have to wait for E3. For more info on both systems.
I was completly unimpressed yesterday. There was NOTHING there to entice my inner gamer. There was also nothing to suggest that the games on ONE won't be good either.
But their chossen direction of TV/multimedia ... really? Unless the system is priced barebones for 200usd, the masses will not flock to it. Something I would like to point out also, for our WiiU haters, the WiiU already does a few of the features that ONE is going to do. For example, I can get my TV guides on the WiiUs GamePad. I can browse movies and shows. I can turn my TV and TV service(direct tv/TWC/etc) on and off with the Gamepad. I can use Amazon, Hulu, Netflix with it as well. I can change the channel with the Gamepad. I can even use social media LIVE while watching events, on the gamepad. I can chat live on sporting events. I can browse several game(Football/Basketball/etc) on the gamepad and then jump to them.
I am not saying the WiiU rocks, it has a lot of issues. But those services work well. WiiUTV is decent. I say Decent, because rarely do I ever use it. I can't see the point. Just like I can't see the point of using Kinect on ONE to watch TV.
I already have Direct TV, and I don't need to add a layer of interface with it be it PS4, ONE, or WiiU. The remote the service comes with is just fine for me.
For me, like most it comes down to games. And we haven't seen much of those from either PS4 or ONE. Less from ONE obviously. Just keep in mind I told you folks, this coming gen is not about games but instead about services. The games will be marginal steps forward. You might think after such a long pervious gen the games would be mind numbing, but that can't happen AND keep the price down at the same time.