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We know the games and we know the goods. But just in case you can't quite tally the number of exclusives each next-gen console has in their line-up, we did it for you. The Xbox One has quite a few on the list here, is that enough for you to over-look their bad marketing? The Playstation 4 has a few big-named ones as well. The good news in the equation is that's an extremely large multi-platform list!

Click the jump below for the full list:


Microsoft's Xbox One

Crimson Dragon
Dead Rising 3
Forza Motorsport 5
Halo 5
Killer Instinct
Kinect Sports Rivals
Quantum Break
Project Spark
Rabbids Invasion
RYSE: Son of Rome
Sunset Overdrive
Zumba Party Fitness
An unnamed Black Tusk Game

Sony's Playstation 4

Deep Down
Diablo III
inFamous: Second Son
Killzone: Shadow Fall
Octodad: Deadliest Catch
The Order: 1866


Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Battlefield 4
Call of Duty: Ghosts
The Crew
The Division
Dragon Age Inquisition
Dying Light
The Elder Scrolls Online
Final Fantasy XV
Just Dance 2014
Kingdom Hearts III
Mad Max
Madden NFL 25
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
Mirror's Edge 2
NBA 2K14
NBA Live 14
Need for Speed Rivals
Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Skylanders SWAP Force
Sniper Elite 3
Star Wars Battlefront
Watch Dogs
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witness
Wolfenstein: The New Order
The Evil Within
Trials Fusion


Do any of these games spike your interest? Let us know below!

4 Comments for this post.
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I would consider Dragon Age Inquisition, Star Wars Battlefront, Thief, Watch Dogs, and InFamous: Second Son as must-have titles, but I don't see Titanfall on those lists.

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What do you mean... Titanfall wasn't on the list?




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I've been trying to tally the exclusives list in my head, it's nice to see it laid out like this.  My personal must play list: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, Project Spark, The Division, Dragon Age Inquisition, FFXIV, *E*SO.


Microsoft did fail the  marketing war, but I really don't see how they had a choice in the matter.  They had to announce their console before E3, and any talk at E3 had to be about games or there would have been a riot on their hands.  I think things ran the way they needed to based on their announcement.  If they had announced the XBO in January then they would have had a little more leeway with how they ran their E3 announcement, but as it stands they sort of locked themselves in with the timing of their initial announcement.  

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That's true. It felt like Microsoft rushed everything. The "I want it out there now" mentality. Even though I think this is a bad idea, MS knows for a fact what happens if you're late to the party (releasing the Xbox 360 LONG before the Playstation 3) so they didn't want to be caught in their own mess.

The thing is though, I think Microsoft is a dominant-enough of a force to wait it out a bit -- just give it more time and execute perfectly. Xbox is a household name. Even if PS4 comes first, people will ALWAYS wonder "what's the new Xbox going to be like?" and that would have hyped the console even further. It would make every feature of the Xbox seem more revolutionary. Now, they throw out "DRM", "Always online" and it hurts them. At this point, Microsoft is marketing the PS4 and Sony doesn't have to do anything.

I feel eventually, both consoles will level-out as Sony wants to add-in features that Xbox has while MS will remove features that Sony doesn't have. That's when we'll have a true answer of what ended up being the superior device.

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