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+ - Xbox 360 Graphics Superior To PS3

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smackenzie writes "Not yet tired of the console wars, even though we are now well into the holiday season of peace and joy? Well, here are two articles that pit the XBox 360 against the PS3 in the graphics department and are sure to draw some irate fanboy feedback.

GameSpot compares a number of cross-platform games side-by-side. The conclusion:
"You'd think that the PS3 versions would be exactly the same or slightly superior to the Xbox 360 versions, since many of these games appeared on the 360 months ago, but it seems like developers didn't use the extra time to polish up the graphics for the PS3. We found that the Xbox 360 actually had better graphics in the majority of the games we compared."
The GameSpot article can be found here.

H3TV performed a blind, giant HDTV direct comparison. The conclusion:
"H3 Enterprises, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: HTRE) reported this morning that in a totally unbiased side-by-side face-off on H3TV, witnessed by cameras from CNBC and BET as well as a slew of magazine and newspaper reporters, Xbox 360 administered a convincing beat-down to it's highly sought after rival, PS3."
The H3 Enterprise press release can be found here.

Was Ken possibly wrong when he "labeled the Xbox 360 as 'just an Xbox 1.5' and stated that it was 'only going after PlayStation 2'? Or is the Playstation 3 really a Playstation 2.4 going after the XBox 1?"

Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (7) Well, it's an excellent idea, but it would make the compilers too hard to write.