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Conclusion: In the end we will be ruling this H2H a 360 victory. With superior visuals by way of sharper textures, additional detail, and softer shadows along side flawless performance, it is the obvious choice. While the PS3 version did have performance good enough to rule that category a tie, the graphical side of that version looks just plain dull even with the advantage of anti aliasing. PS3 only players who must play the game can at least rest easy knowing that it will run smoothly without super long load times, even if their version isn’t the version of choice this time around.


G R A P H I C S
PS3 - Win The visual category was pretty clear cut. While the PS3 had an AA advantage, the 360 version sported slightly sharper textures, more detail, and softer shadows throughout. Xbox 360 - Win

P E R F O R M A N C E
PS3 - Win Performance was flawless on the 360 version. However the differences were to small to call it an advantage, seeing as how it won’t go noticed by the human eye. Xbox 360 - Win

L O A D I N G
PS3 - Win Load times ended in a tie mostly due to how inconsistent they were. The averages can be misleading on this category. Xbox 360 - Win

O U T C O M E
Xbox 360 - Win The verdict of this H2H ends with a 360 victory. Both games ran flawlessly (or close enough anyhow) and load times were to inconsistent to determine a winner, but the visuals look better on the 360 hands down sealing the deal with this H2H. Xbox 360 - Win
C O M M E N T S C H O I C E

It’s a no brainier. I’m definitely going with the 360 version.  With a game like this every little detail counts and Xbox just had more of it.

Xbox 360 - Win
Shawn “…Every little detail counts
This was close one, especially with texture resolutions. But, the fact of the matter is the Xbox looked more polished. This becomes quite obvious when comparing the terrains. This one no doubt goes to the 360.
Xbox 360 - Win
Jaime “…The Xbox looked more polished
I gotta go with the 360 version on this one. Not only does it have flawless performance but the visuals are much more appealing to me. Less sharpness is one thing, but to leave certain details out completely when we know the PS3 can handle it is just ridiculous. Xbox 360 - Win
Jason R “…360 version just looks better…


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