With both the Xbox One and PS4 out in the UK later in November, you might just suspect there's a little bit of competition between the two.
And you would, of course, be right. In fact it's less of a friendly, competitive spirit than a duel to the death - even though it's one that will take 10 years to play out and make everyone involved rich.
As part of our continuing coverage of the launch, we think it's time to analyse the launch line-ups of both systems. And luckily Sony just made that job a lot easier by releasing the final details of the PS4's slate for its UK launch on 29 November.
Take a look below.
The upcoming Xbox One and 360 shooter features massive, hulking mechs, wall-running soldiers and the most intense multiplayer we've tried all year.
For sheer scale and depth, no upcoming game can match Destiny - the open-world shooter from the minds behind Halo.
The original 'Thief' was one of the classic stealth FPS games, and the reboot due on current and next-gen consoles 25 February looks to be carrying on that fine legacy.
Think GTA V meets George Orwell's 1984, set in Chicago, through the filter of The Matrix.
Mario Kart 8
Nintendo would have to do something astonishing to screw up this instalment of Mario Kart, which so far looks like a riot.
Super Mario 3D World
Yes, it's a Mario game - but it looks like the most interesting, varied and multiplayer-focused in years.
Need For Speed: Rivals
The new NFS takes the open world glory of last year's Most Wanted, and ups the stakes with new levels of customisation and seamless multiplayer.
Super Smash Bros
Sonic fighting Mega Man, the woman from Wii Fitness and the villager from Animal Crossing. What else do you need to know?
Just the most realistic-looking racer we've ever seen.
The PS4 has its stand-out FPS solid-gold hit - and it's the latest Killzone.