GameSpot Poll: PS4 Owners are Slightly More Satisfied with Their Console Purchase Than Xbox One Buyers Next-gen consoles have been on the market for about a month now, so how are early adopters feeling? According to one GameSpot poll, PS4 owners seem to be a little bit happier with their purchase than those with an Xbox One. Needless to say however, it's not like the spread is a massive one. If you check out the data below, 39% of PS4 owners gave their satisfaction level a ten out of ten while 33% hit that range for Xbox One. As you slide further down the scale, that discrepancy seems to continue, but on average, most folks seem to be inclined to give their experience somewhere between an eight and a ten (ten being "extremely satisfied.") With that said, positive regards for both machines are still quite high. One has to wonder though, why the green Xbox bar seems to occupy a higher percentage on the lower end of the chart than PS4's indicator. Do buyers feel that the increased $500 price was not quite worth the investment? Is the much-talked-about Kinect senor not a fan of the consumer's particular style of voice commands? Are a few Sony fanboys trolling the data collection process? Obviously this chart will probably even out over time as more consoles get sold, but happiness seems to be all the rage for this new tech.