Gaming Season is Here

Most likely, you are a guy or girl that likes to play video games. The only problem this year is that you have to decide whether or not you should get the PS4 or Xbox One. These consoles can basically be purchased at any type of family store (Wal-Mart, Target, and GameStop). The console parts are important in considering which a better buy is.

The PS4 and Xbox One both have the same brand of processers (CPU) but different models of them, making them much more different. In a test, they compared the exact parts with each other making the PS4 blow the Xbox away.

Another important thing to consider is the Graphics Card (GPU); in this case the PS4 beats it again having 2x the graphics power of the Xbox One.

One big down side for the PS4, is that the release date is still unknown, while the Xbox One comes out November 22, 2013.

While the technological differences aren’t that different, they are still entirely different brands. One thing though that makes the Xbox One a little bit more worth buying is that unlike the PS4, you get Xbox exclusives such as Halo 5 (name is unofficial), Forza Motorsports 5, Titan Fall, and some others. While that is in mind, you still are able to get all of this year and next year’s big blockbuster games such as Elder Scrolls Online, Battlefield 4, and others.

In all though, PS4 wins due to it performing much better than the XBOX one and it is $100 less in price.


Devon Gilbert (Staff Writer)


Seventh grade student, Gilbert, is excited to interview players and do things with sports in newspaper, and can give some academic aid in things like social studies. He likes Garner Middle school mainly because it is an outdoor campus. He likes to write stuff like short stories and play football and just loves sports in general.  He loves a Batman quote that states, “You either try hard, or see yourself become your own villain.”  He also enjoys the speech of Martin Luther King Jr. titled “I have a dream.”

Isaac Trevino (Staff Writer)

As the beginning for Isaac Trevino’s year in seventh grade and part of the Garner Gazette, Isaac is excited to write about comic book segments and would like to interview a few people that are in sports. He enjoys reading books about Dinosaurs and studies Dinosaur related things. Isaac is a pure original Texan and excited to be a middle schooler. Isaac also likes to make stuff such as comic books and drawing related things. What he believes is that, “There is no racism, for we are all human.”