This argument is clearly about the Xbox one and the PlayStation 4 exclusive games, never did I mention the pc into this debate. Since I am challenging you, and choosing the side of the Xbox one exclusives, you, who has accepted this debate shall try and prove your claim, of which is to try and prove that the PlayStation 4 has better exclusives than the Xbox one.
Didn't have to bring PC into this but I was making a point. Exclusives don't matter. Whether someone want s to play Halo, God of War, Smash Bros, Pokemon, inFAMOUS, or Gears of War, it all comes down to personal opinion. Some people want to play Halo, some people want to play God of War, it doesn't matter, there's no such thing as a "best exclusive".
I agree with you, but this entire debate was suppose to be both of us making claims and saying why you think your claim is correct, so let me begin, let's look at some exclusive game titles that have already came out as well as some that are coming out. Halo the master chief collection, Titanfall, halo 5 guardians, gears of war 4, sunset overdrive, forza horizon 2, dead rising 3, forza motorsport 5, and much more. Let's look at some exclusive games that are out for ps4 already, and and some that are coming out. Uncharted 4, infamous second son, the last of us, fallout 4, and much more. Even though these ps4 titles are excellent, these games for Xbox have defined the Xbox one. Let's look at a quote that Microsoft says on the Xbox homepage, "Xbox one was built by gamers, for gamers, with the best exclusive titles and all the biggest blockbusters you want to play." This proves that the Xbox one has the better exclusive games than the PlayStation 4 does.
While it is impossible to decide which games are best by game-play, as it all comes down to personal opinion. We can look at this from a technical standpoint. As far as I know, The MCC was an abysmal for its extremely buggy launch. Also Titanfall and Dead Rising 3 are on PC, so they do not count as exclusives. The PS4's (as far as I know) hasn't had any buggy launches, or exclusives, that became multi-platform.