The Key Split Between Sony’s PS4 And Microsoft’s Next Xbox Is Starting To Emerge

By Kristin Ambrosino

From the cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine, to Elle UK, and now V Magazine, Miley Cyrus has taken her sexy body to great heights.

Cyrus has definitely moved on from her Hannah Montana days, and it is clear to see from her revealing photo shoot for the cover of V Magazine. According to, Cyrus showed off her perfect abs, slim legs, and a spikey pink hairdo for renowned photography Mario Testino, who shot her tri-fold cover.

On the inside of V, Cyrus shows off her sculpted backbones. According to US Weekly on one shot on the inside cover, Cyrus sits on the floor in all leather with a crop top that reveals some major underboob. It is clear to see that Cyrus’ look has evolved over the years.

In the magazine, Cyrus also opens up about her speculated relationship with her hoPaul Tassi

For the past console generation, the so-called “rivalry” between the PS3 and the Xbox 360 has been something of an unnecessary feud. Both consoles occupied the exact same space in the video game scene, and often felt like copies of one another. While the Wii was trying to innovate with its motion controls, the 360 and PS3 were firmly fixed on a more traditional evolution of gaming, with regular controllers and better graphics.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that, as Jerry Seinfeld might say. Both systems created great games and most would say ended up being better consoles than the Wii in the end. It’s just that more often than not, they simply seemed redundant. Third party games looked identical across the systems, and really, there were only a handful of truly fantastic exclusive series on either side. It was like trying to choose between Pokemon Red and Blue at a certain point. Two sides of the same coin.

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