How many rams are in the PlayStation 4? Does it take 1.21 gigawatts to power an Xbox One? Some people just don't understand the technological specs of a console. I'm one of those people. Honestly, I don't care if you're powered by the cloud or you have a ton of memory to improve your hardware. As long as I can play some fun games, I'm happy. For once, Microsoft agrees with me.
"The problem is that Sony decided to go out and publish a bunch of numbers, which are in some ways meaningless. Because this isn't like 1990, when it was 16-bit versus 32-bit. As a matter of fact, they actually go out and they talk about how proud they are about their off-the-shelf parts. Our guys'll say, we touched every single component in the box and everything there is tweaked for optimum performance. For me, I'd rather not even have the conversation, because it's not going to matter. The box is going to be awesome. The games are going to be awesome. I heard this exact same argument last generation and it's a pointless argument, because people are debating things which they don't know about. They're not [head silicon engineer] Nick Baker or [corporate vice president of IEB hardware Todd Holmdahl], and I'm not [lead PS4 architect] Mark Cerny, so why are we having this discussion?" - Albert Penello, Xbox Product Planning Head
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