Them's fighting words.
Microsoft's Phil Harrison told CVG that Xbox One will bring a seriously games lineup to the table, and certainly didn't beat around the bush while doing so.
"Ultimately it's the games that make Xbox One stand out, and we have the best line-up of games - we think - in the history of consoles," he said.
"We clearly have strong exclusive games, and we have partnered with EA to bring FIFA to Europe in a very meaningful way. Football in Europe is the sport, and in some countries it's the religion. I think FIFA Ultimate Team is going to be huge."
Harrison also pointed to some of the major third party games offering exclusive content or favouring the Xbox One, such as EA's Titanfall and the aforementioned FIFA 14. "The reason we do our own studio investments and investments with third-party publishers is very simple - we want to make sure the best games are on Xbox," he continued.
"We want to make sure the best developers bring their creativity to our platform."
It's high time that we link to the full confirmed list of Xbox One launch titles, then, and perhaps the PS4's 2013 offering for flavour. Then run away. I'm staying well clear of this one - it's your opinion that ultimately matters.