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The difference is the PS3 has much more color depth as well as more vibrant colors with the 360 looking darker and less colorful. The big difference i was able to spot was in the last 30 seconds of the video when its actual in-game scenes. There the 360 looked very pixalated and grainy when PS3 looked very crisp and smooth. That will be where the power and technology of the PS3 comes into play the most in my mind. On a side note I'm so glad i got a PS3 for Christmas ^-^
I'm going to get the God of War III version.
Anyone who says one is beter than then other is just showing thir own bias. They both look exactly the same from what i can tell and how about you let people make their own decision on which version to buy. If changing discs is a problems for you then you are just being lazy you have been doing it since the PS1 days so shut up. I am glad FF13 is on multiple playforms to be open to a more broad audience so more people can enjoy it. Both version are gorgeous so just pick a version and be happy with it and stop bitching. oh yeah by the way the Final Fantasy series is NOT a Playstation series it started on the Nintendo series so if anything it is originally a Nintendo series NOT playstation series. Just like everything else Sony steals/copies everything from Nintendo who also owes everything to Nintendo since without them the PS line wouldn't even exist. I have all 3 consoles and think anyone who is a fanboy and says mine is better then their is just being insecure and annoying. They are all great consoles who have their positives and negatives and all have fun great games so instead of being pessimistic babies be happy with what you got and enjoy it.
The Difference in the two could is so small it's a pointless argument.I own both systems, but honestly I get most multi-platform games for my 360 over my PS3, just because I'm more addicted/satisfied from Achievement Points than I for Trophies.Probably just because the 360's GUI puts your gamerscore more in your face than the PS3 does.
You should have taken more In-Game stuff... a lot of that was pre-rendered cutscenes.... does nothing as far as comparisons go... the last 15 seconds are the only thing to work on here...
If you actually care about the completely insignificant difference here then you need to stop what you are doing right now, go outside, experience the effects of sunlight, and maybe try talking to a girl while you are at it. The difference between the two is minimal.
@kiohto: It's anti-aliasing, dude.
ps3 seems a tad brighter, but that's how it almost always is
The anti liason is a lot better on the ps3, while the 360 has slightly better lighting effects.
The difference is so insignificant just like most PS3/360 games. The big deciding factor is do you want 1 or 3 disks...
The game looks great on both consoles but it seemed that the ps3 had more vibrant colors and showed lighting and shadows just a little bit better. So my copy is going to be for the ps3.
More interested in the difference during actual gameplay, rather than cutscenes.
The difference I could see was that the PS3 side seemed brighter. Other than that I thought they both looked good.
On my laptopm it looks like the PS3 has more color.
The PS3's better quality as expected...no doubt about that, this game was developed for the PS3 on the PS3 so it's pretty obvious, as with many multi-plat games in past that developed on the 360 tends to most times favor the 360.
Hmmm in some scenes the 360 looks darker. either way they both look fanstic
PS3 version looks more vibrant but there is very liitle difference in the quality of the two. I think the fact that the xbox version requires 3 disc make it a no buy, Plus it was ps3 exclusive for a while so i was getting it for that system anyway.
It actually looks better on the 360 to me
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