I currently have a 360 and PS3, I will end up just getting the PS4 this time around though. There just isn't any Xbox exclusives that I'm interested in, even Titan Fall is going to be on PC. PS4 also has 8GB of 5DDR which is insanely good at transferring large amounts of video (read that as high resolution graphics). The biggest decider for me though is that the PS4 is able to run natively at 1080p while the XB1 is going to be natively 720p then upscaled. That and the ease with which people can now develop for the PS4 as well. There are so many indy titles coming to the PS4 it's nuts.
I may end up with both again, but I'm not buying either for a few months as I still have a back catalogue of about 5 games to get through
But when I do I'll be starting with PS4 and the new UFC game!
Forza 5 is 1080p native, locked at 60...and looks badass. So the XB1 can do native 1080p, Too bad its a simmy car game so I wont touch it with a 10 foot pole.
This whole resolution thing is weird, I don't doubt the PS4 is more powerful but to compare multiplatform launch games at the beginning of the cycle and just go "yep the PS4 version is better so all future games will be as well" is a bit short sighted. Does anyone remember how it took years for multiplatform games to look any good on PS3? That machine was head a shoulders more powerful than the 360 but was straight up terrible with certain engines.
I expect this generation to be similar the multis will look possibly look a little worse on 1 than PS4 but the games designed for 1 will look pretty good, while games for PS4 will look even better still.
Which is why i'm buying both on launch yo! you telling me you don't want dead rising three, it has all the zombies.