Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a closer look at Titanfall for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. The obvious differences were the graphics, what wasn’t obvious were the performance hitches. Come join us as we compare Microsoft’s killer exclusive Titanfall, to see if the current generation is all what its been cracked up to be.
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Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a closer look at this years most anticipated game, Battlefield 4 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Its been a while for sure but we’ve been hard at work configuring our hardware to capture the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But honestly that’s just the tip of the ice burg…
Welcome back for a “sneak peak” Analysis for the Battlefield 4: Beta build. Yesterday, Battlefield 4 Beta Demo became publicly available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This gave us an opportunity to do a preliminary frame rate analysis on these two builds. Now before you start asking why we would do an analysis on a beta build, give us a chance to explain.
Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a closer look at this years most anticipated game, Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. As some of you may already know, the full optional install for the Xbox 360 version is reported to cause some major graphically issues so we’re sticking to our guns with our “out of the box” comparison…
Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! Today we will be putting Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U under the “Scope” to see which version is this weeks Head2Head winner. Come join us as we uncover the differences, and trust us there’s some major ones..
Naughty Dog has proved once more that they are the true masters of harnessing the full potential of Sony’s PlayStation 3 architecture. Thus far, The Last of Us has impressed the entire staff beyond belief with the photo realistic visuals, perfect performance, complimented by the best animation blending and motion capturing techniques we seen to date.
Come join us as we “Shock” our way through Bioshock Infinite on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to give you our verdict on which version out performs the other. Again, we’re sorry for the delay , but we are trying to close this gap between release dates and releasing our analysis. Hopefully, we’ll have this all ironed out soon but until then hang in there please. Lastly, make sure to check out all of our Heads Up and Analysis winners and losers, which can be found on our Head2Head Index page.
Welcome back everyone and Happy Easter! Today the Easter Bunny has brought us a special gift, he wanted to see how the PlayStation 4 is standing up against the best looking PC games, Graphically, thus far. Although we don’t have the exact specifications running Battlefield 4 but we can assume its top of the line hardware…
Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a closer look at Unreal Engine 4 running on the PlayStation 4 and PC. As most of you are aware, today we had a glimpse of the Unreal Engine 4: Tech Demo running on the Next Generation PlayStation 4. So which one looks better, jump on in and find out.
Head2Head Head2Head Welcome back for another exciting Head2Head! This week we take a closer look at EA,’s Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Demo for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Clearly, one version has the graphically advantage here but not without a hitch. Come join us as we compare one of the most anticipate [...]