9. Sony's Console Needs More Games
Another confession that all Sony fans try to shrug off every time it's mentioned, is that the PS4 is desperately lacking in exclusive games. 2015 was the first year that the console really boasted some stellar releases, with the likes of Bloodborne and the unappreciated Until Dawn becoming surprise hits for Sony's machine. Yet, even in the limited pool PS4 owners have to choose from, these titles are the exception rather than the rule. For every Bloodborne there's an Order: 1886 to stall any hope that Sony's releases might be on the upswing.
While 2016 does look promising, the fact that delays, cancellations and disappointments have riddled the first two years of the PS4's life cycle has meant that confidence in the anticipated games hitting the console next year like Horizon: Zero Dawn and The Last Guardian has been rightfully shaken.
Although the Xbox One has had a similar amount of disappointments, they can be ignored in favour of another, better Xbox-only game - you don't really care that Ryse: Son of Rome was a dud when you're blasting your way through Titanfall or Rise of the Tomb Raider.