2. PlayStation Vita
Yes, Sony’s handheld is basically on life support at this point but the truth is that if you own a PlayStation Vita, there are some cool things you can do with it on your PS4. The big feature is remote play, which essentially turns your Vita into a mini-PS4. While remote play requires a very good internet connection to work properly, it’s surprising just how well it works, with certain games working really well on the handheld. Remote play’s use-case is pretty specific, as it only really makes sense to use if your television is frequently tied up but it’s still a cool feature to have access to.
The other major benefit to owning a Vita and PS4 is that there are quite a few games that are playable on both systems and in most cases, if you purchase the PS4 version, you’ll also get the Vita version. While this is mostly limited to indie titles, features like cross-buy and cross-save essentially make the Vita a portable PS4, so if you’re someone who travels frequently and don’t want to lug your PS4 around with you, the Vita’s integration with the PS4 makes owning both systems an attractive proposition.
http://www.denofgeek.com/games/vita/34341/why-the-playstation-vita-is-an-underrated-handheld Source: denofgeek.com
1. The Games
Microsoft may have been able to surpass Sony when it comes to hardware, as the Xbox One X is objectively more powerful than even the PS4 Pro, but all the graphical horsepower in the world means nothing if there’s no software that takes advantage of it. Simply put, the PS4 runs circles around the Xbox One when it comes to software, to the point where Microsoft should really be embarrassed with just how much better its competitor’s lineup of exclusive games is. In 2017 alone, the PS4 has shipped games like Horizon Zero Dawn, Nioh, Nier-Automata, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and Persona 5, and that’s only scratching the surface of Sony’s exclusives lineup for the year.
In contrast, the Xbox One has just four first-party exclusives to call its own: Halo Wars 2, Cuphead, Super Lucky Tale, and Forza 7 (Crackdown 3 would have made the list had it not been delayed to 2018). Mind you, these lists don’t tell the whole story and there are still a number of great games that the Xbox One has that aren’t available on the PS4, but this is a battle that Microsoft has been coming up short in year-in and year-out since the Xbox One’s launch. The future isn’t looking much better either, as Sony has heavy hitters like God of War, Spider-Man and The Last of Us Part II coming in 2018 and beyond; not to mention that some of this generation’s very best games can only be found on PS4.
This point is really the deciding factor that gives the PS4 the overall edge over the Xbox One, as even though Microsoft now has the more powerful console and has made the Xbox One a much more desirable product than it was at launch, Sony still has the best games and this doesn’t look like it’s going to change anytime soon.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/insertcoin/2017/02/22/its-time-to-manage-expectations-a-bit-with-horizon-zero-dawn/#3d72a13457b3 Source: Forbes