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So with the up coming release of the Xbox One (X1) and the Playstaion 4 (PS4); I have seen a lot people on messaging boards, irl, and other forms of social connection bow up and defend their system of choice or spend all day ranting about how bad the other system is. Personally I have never really understood why. Now with that being said there was a time in my life where I walked around talking about how bad the Xbox one (Original) was and how bad the 360 was when it came out, but it really wasn't because I hated the system; I had played both of the systems multiple times and enjoyed the experience; it felt more like I was doing it because my other PS friends were.
And now that I look back on it i feel ashamed about it. So why do people do it? Why spend so much time talking bad about something, throwing around false or exaggerated stories about it, calling other people (fellow gamers mind you) names over their personal choice?
Lets all be honest here both systems and companies have flaws. So is one really better then the other? Or is there a way to cohabitate with each other realize that one has a better online experience and the other has a better selection of adventure games; or that one gets to hot and melts itself, and the other has whack a** triggers on its controller?