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If you notice they remove the split line in the video and use 360 footage for the most part in the cutscene. The PS3 version looks better overall both in cutscene and combat and the 360 version shadows a little better but has cutscene tears and jagged edges due to the fact that it's compressed on the 360 discs.Regardless the game is just as good as the last one. It improves on XIII but brings it's own faults to the table. If you really care about the graphics then buy it for PS3 since it was the focus of the build, same case with FFXIII. Besides if you own an Xbox 360, are you really buying JRPGs for and if so you'd better own Lost Odyssey!
Pause at 1:01; PS3 clearly looks better.
I own both systems, but pause at 1:01 and try and tell me that the PS3 doesn't look better. At the end of the day not a big enough difference to matter or fight over.
OH MY GOD the PS3 looks so much better than the 360!!!1 Ha ha just kidding they look the same
Crappy dialogue and cheesy evil character. Yes, this is definitely a FF game :/ BUT, the graphics look nice. Even the gameplay at the very end, which is actually what really matters, is almost the same. Just a slight bit more clarity and coloration for the PS3 version. Definitely better than the 360 FF13.
There is no difference, the only time I can tell it's two different consoles is when the pictures don't sync up lol
There's not anywhere near enough difference between the two to bother with, really. Both consoles are boasting a very nice display. The fanboys will see what they want to see, (read: that their side is better), but we who know the truth can simply nod and smile.
They are very close, however, I see the PS3 side has a bit more clarity than the 360 side.
Wow, both versions look exactly the same. Dumbass fanboy war commence!
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