Originally Posted by hamtah
What are you playing games on, son? A 12" TV?
I have compared multi-platform games with 360 and PS3, and I see VERY little difference. BUT, both consoles have their own difference, such as blur-effects on the 360 for one game and for the PS3 the other game. Games which look "better" on the 360, are those primarily disiigned on the 360, then ported onto the PS3. And please, do name the games which look better.
Oh wait, I know. CoD.
No, a 42" Full-HD, dude.. (Are u measuring?
But do you have both consoles? Wired to the same TV?
Sure, CoD runs at 2x speed, compared to the PS3 version, but as i wrote earlier; 90% of the multiplatform games, runs way better on the X360, and the list of games would be too long to write down.
I'm not a fanboy, I simply choose to play on the gaming platform that suits me best..
Here is my perspectives on the 2 consoles (PS3/X360)
Pros: Blu-ray, DTS, Uncharted, and better compatibility with other hardware.
Cons: Lack of interest from game-developers, Way too much loading/installing in games, No multi-chat.
Pros: Xbox Live, Multiplatform games, Joypad, Multi-Chat.
Cons: Limitations (Files, apps, savegames), No Blu-ray drive.
It's in fact a natural evolution, what happens with the two big muscles (Sony/Microsoft).. Sony had some good years with the PSX and PS2, and Microsoft couldn't get their Xbox1 out to people, cause everyone had the PS2, despite the Xbox1 had superior hardware. When Microsoft released the X360 in late 2005, they were the first with a "Next-Gen-Console", and all the american developers, started off by getting prototypes and development-software, long before the PS3 arrived. Today we see the americans shake each-others hands, and the japanese are doing the same.
X360 is the secondary console in United States and Europe.
PS3 is the secondary console in Asia.
Wii is the ****ing primary console all-over the world, but Nintendo also has a long term relationship with, hmmm, "the whole world"