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Playstation 3 vs Xbox 360

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Ryan, Nov 3, 2007.

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  1. Ryan FREE WILLY!!!

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    It basically comes down to what's your flavour?

    It is a tough choice. I haven't played a 360 much to really judge but I don't regret getting the PS3, especially now with Ratchet, COD4, Resistance, Madden and with Assassins and Drakes coming out soon (amongst others).
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    Come on Gunny, you can work a sales pitch better than that :ha:
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    PS3 - awesome
    360 - sucks

    better? :brow:
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    Its a well known fact that Madden 2008 runs at half the speed on a ps3 than it does on the xbox. players have also been known to freeze in mid air.Sounds great.
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    Better....but not best until you and the Puckster go at it again :ha: Although Puck seems to kinda back both systems now (or all 3).
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    That's EA laziness, not PS3 incompatibility.

    PS3 can and does run at 60 fps. Everyone but EA can do it. They are just simply lazy.
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    You say lazy, I say incompetent... same difference I guess...
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    I know. I didn't mean to put it that way since you do end up playing online on both consoles and that is all that matters. My point is that the structure and a few extras offered in XBL is worth the money. Sony probably wouldn't be releasing Home if it wasn't for XBL, which is a good thing for gamers... more options is always good.
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