Watch a new video showing a graphics comparison between the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Dark Souls 2.
Yeah you are correct. Looks sh!t on both.
This is running on 7 year old hardware , and it still looks good, can you , Mister_Dawg create better looking games on those ?? thought so.
Troll harder please. I really had to think if you weren't or not.
@ Master-H What a stupid comment. Can I make a better looking game? Of course not. However I can certainly make a judgement based on what I see. And they still both look crap. Get over yourself.
As shown the PS3 version is sharper in my opinion. To me they both look awesome though because it's Dark Souls 2. Not sure if I will play it on PC or wait until I get another ps3. Can't wait to hear what people have to say about it.
I would recommend whichever version you can get the soonest. This game is epic.
I agree. Played all three of them, and this is the best souls game. I might get the PC version in addition, but what I'm hoping is that we get a PS4 version through a cheap upgrade later this year. Looks really good on PS3, but the framerate is choppy at times. Doesn't affect the gameplay though, so whatever version you buy, you are in for a really good experience!
^It is choppy, which is disappointing because several reviews claim that the framerate never drops below 30...which it clearly does...in the first five minutes of the game, no less. Worse than that, though, is the stuttering issue I and many others seem to be having on occasion. It has led to my death a couple of times when I was trying to navigate some tricky ledges. None of this is game-breaking in any way (my original statement still stands), but it's been enough to convince me to trade up to the PC version when it comes out if it fixes some of these things.
they both look the same. the only real difference isn't even worth mentioning cause can be easily adjusted by brightness.
looks better on PS3 but probably the framerate is a little worse.
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