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Console Retrospective: How Do The PS4 And Xbox One Launch Lineups Compare To Prior Generations?

Posted on Sunday, August 25 @ 11:35:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Xbox Multiplatform Games

Xbox One:
  • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
  • Battlefield 4
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • FIFA 14
  • Just Dance 2014
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes
  • Madden NFL 25
  • NBA 2K14
  • NBA Live 14
  • Need for Speed: Rivals
  • Skylanders: Swap Force
  • Watch Dogs
  • Zumba Fitness: World Party
Xbox 360:
  • GUN
  • Madden NFL 06
  • NBA 2K6
  • NBA Live 06
  • Need for Speed: Most Wanted
  • NHL 2K6
  • Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie
  • Quake 4
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06
  • Tony Hawk's American Wasteland
  • 4x4 EVO 2
  • Arctic Thunder
  • Cel Damage
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2X (Improved Port)
‚ÄčAs was the case with PlayStation 4, the Xbox One multiplatform list of games is far more impressive than generations past thanks to EA, Activision, and Ubisoft straddling the console generation to provide as many versions of its popular franchises as possible. There will be no shortage of games to play this year on either next-gen platform thanks to this very fact.
How do you think the Xbox One and PS4 launch lineups compare to generations prior? Do you think Sony and Microsoft are getting better at preparing software alongside new hardware?
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