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Conclusion: This was a very close and unique Head2Head when compared to the past.  Both versions are well worth the money, but officially the 360 version will be squeaking by with a VERY close victory.  Much of this choice will be a matter of personal taste.  Are you willing to accept a few more pop-ins for a smoother frame rate, or are you willing to sacrifice those frames for a slightly more polished visuals?  In terms of scoring, this is a 360 win when it comes right down to it.  When it comes to which version you should buy, it all depends on what you as a gamer want in a product as both versions have their pros and cons.

G R A P H I C S
PS3 - Win Both versions had their pros and cons, which most of were to slight to matter. When it came to texture streaming however, the 360 was slightly more polished.
Xbox 360 - Win
P E R F O R M A N C E
PS3 - Win Both versions maintained a solid 60 FPS with minimal tearing, but the 360 version suffered from frame drops when things got heavy.
Xbox 360 - Win
L O A D I N G
PS3 - Win Load times were based on both versions being installed due to software design.  The 360 took this category with an eight second advantage. Xbox 360 - Win
O U T C O M E
Xbox 360 - Win The verdict of this Head2Head ends with the 360 sneaking by.  You won’t be disappointed with either version, but when if comes to our scoring system the PS3 fell just a little short.
Xbox 360 - Win
C O M M E N T S C H O I C E

This time I went with the PS3. Personally I like my games on one disc. It drives me nuts when I see a games have more then 2 discs. Beside that, both games looks undoubtedly close

Xbox 360 - Win
Shawn “…I like my games on one disc
I’m gonna with the Xbox 360. The texture popping was just too much for me to accept on the PS3. With that said, besides the texture popping both games were pretty darn close.
Xbox 360 - Win
Jaime “…PlayStation 3 texture popping was just too much…
I’m gonna go with the PS3 version this time around.  A solid sixty frames per second under stress is what won me over.  To me, the rest was just splitting hairs. Xbox 360 - Win
Jason R “…The performance did it for me…

 

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