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CONSOLE BATTLE: PS5 AND XBOX SERIES X FIGHTING TO BE CHRISTMAS #1

With the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 launching this month, it’s never been a more exciting time to be a gamer. In today’s COVID climate, these next-gen consoles open up new worlds and experiences that take players on immersive adventures away from reality. But deciding whether to pledge your allegiance to Sony or Microsoft is their first challenge…

THE GREAT CONSOLE BATTLE

As is now tradition, Microsoft and Sony have married the release dates of their latest gaming consoles, giving consumers the ultimate dilemma. Though some prefer to wait it out and see which console performs best in benchmark tests and attracts the right titles, this year is a little bit different: there’s a long, uncomfortable winter to come as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and the idea of a new console and next-generation game has never been more appealing. It is true that the pace of change has slowed when compared with the innovations of the 80s and 90s, but this year’s consoles

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