Nice article from Computer and Video Games (CVG).
Actually a couple digs at Sony for mistakes at Gamescom.....most notably, their attempt to repeat getting a major crowd reaction at MS's expense failing with a dud shows that people are past the policy changes at this point and want to know about the games and what the console will do. When you get to that discussion, the Xbox One clearly stands out and is strong.
from the article:
[quote] Xbox One's biggest sign of redemption yet came when Sony Computer Entertainment boss Andrew House made an uncharacteristically gauche attack
Most journalists I speak to agree that this is where Microsoft's machine looks particularly strong; It's hasn't quite got the 'best launch line-up in history' Phil Harrison believes it does, but Xbox One's smart mix of first-party titles, combined with high profile CoD, FIFA and Battlefield content exclusives could prove decisive when the public make their next-gen buying decisions this Christmas.