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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Analysis Video

Conclusion: Overall it’s clear that the 360 version has a very definitive advantage this time around.  Lower resolution texture maps, sloppy shadow implementation, and a few torn frames doesn’t make things look to good for Sony’s platform.  On top of that, even the 6.5 GB mandatory install couldn’t help any of it.  With all of the time they took to make this game, this should have never been an issue.  Unfortunately this appears to be a classic case of what happens when you focus all of your resources to one console and then try to port to the other.  While those with only a PS3 will still be able to play and enjoy the game, the 360 version will definitely offer a better experience if you have both consoles.

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I wasn’t expecting this big of a difference this late in the generation, especially after 3 years of development time, but that is why we do these Head2Heads. Xbox 360 for the easy win.
Xbox 360 - Win
Shawn “…Xbox 360 for the easy win
I  won’t be getting this game any time soon (maybe when it drops in price), but if I were it would be for the Xbox 360.  Better performance and visuals make the 360 an easy choice.
Xbox 360 - Win
Jaime “…the choice is simple…
The dev team behind the PS3 version of this game has left me very disappointed in this case.  It was like they didn’t even try for parity at all.  Needless to say, I’m going with the 360 version here.
Xbox 360 - Win
Jason R “…the choice is obvious…


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