"I think actually, it's about the consoles because the software was really impressive," he said.
"Microsoft didn't do a very good job of explaining to consumers why they need to spend an extra $100 to get a camera and microphone array. Sony exploited that. They charged $100 less than Microsoft, so right now they're the winner."
Microsoft introduced a cloud-based Xbox One at this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo priced at $499. Meanwhile, Sony priced its new PlayStation 4 at $399.
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