By Vamien McKalin email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mar 01, 2013 11:28 AM EST
We already know what to expect from the Sony PlayStation 4, however, the same can't be said of the Microsoft Xbox 720. So far, everything known of the next generation Xbox is classified as a rumor, so another rumor shouldn't be too much of a problem at this point.
The rumor reiterates much of the information that has been reported already, but it manages to bring something new to the table regardless. VGLeaks, a website that is well known for information regarding next generation consoles, explains the following:
"With Durango, a familiar instruction set architecture and high performance silicon mean developers can focus effort on content and features, not micro-optimization.
"The trend towards more parallel power continues in this hardware; so, an effective strategy for multi-core computing is more important than ever."
Much of what VGLeaks reported would most likely not be understandable by the common man; we don't even expect you to read through the whole thing. However, from what we took from it, the PlayStation 4 is definitely the most powerful of the two; how much more powerful is yet to be decided. Furthermore, we'd like to add that being the most powerful console on the block means nothing if the games are not there and if the price is not right.
Let's hope both Sony and Microsoft have quality games to offer at launch, and that these companies don't expect us to work two jobs to enter the next gen.
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