The two next-gen brawlers go head to head in this video comparison.
This is one game that there really is no differance. The pS3 is brighter but that could be due to the settings. The 360 has a slight blur but I'm not sure if that's the tv settings or the game.
To me the 360 has a lower gamma, thus the colors are a tiny shade darker. But the blacks on the PS3 is a tiny shade darker. All in all, it's 99% equal so this comparison is useless.
I'd have to say all in all the only difference was light/dark. But I too noticed that slight blur on the 360 -- tv or not?
To be honest the XBOX 360 controller sucks when it comes to fighting game. The Directional (D)-Pad isn't good for executing moves and the PlayStation 3 is much better. The D-Pad for the XBOX 360 is good for diagonal executions but overall the PlayStation 3's D-Pad is better. The individual directions are separated to better execution of moves. This is what disappointed me from getting Virtual Fighter 5 on the XBOX 360. No matter how good the fighting game is the Microsoft (first party) controller does not suit fighting games. Even if the XBOX 360 was way ahead of the PlayStation 3 version I would still get it for the PlayStation 3. What’s the point if you can’t even do moves properly? Plus multiplatform games are supposed to be the same when will people get this, you’ll never really see any major differences. You’ll only see how each hardware handles the same things or how well developer’s are for each.
#1 in the open zone has it nailed i was more interested in what the gameplay was like, and it seems like a fun brawler
Oh yay, another one of these.
Agreed with number 1, it just looks like a brightness/contast thing, everything else looks the same
Anyone who says that X version is better then Y Version is retarded. They are the same.
this game being released was a fail right off the bat, and the person that made this compare video fails even more. who wants to compare unrealistic cartoon graphics anyways? this shows nothing for both systems true power. these games comes as often as mario but lack even more substance.
"unrealistic cartoon graphics"? This as close as games got yet to the actual look of the anime, hence the "cartoon graphics". This game isn't supposed to have photo realistic graphics.
Everything he said
The same in every way. I won't be buying it though, it only goes through Cell Saga, so all it really is is an updated version of Budokai 1.
This is one game where you'll find no differences what so ever. Almost impossible to pinpoint something because of the lack of textures in the game. Everything is the same and done in that sort of anime cartoon style from the characters to the background.
yeah we'll have to wait for burst limit 3 so that they can put 1000 characters on it lol
I've tried the demo, I wasn't really impressed, but it did make me nostalgic for the Dragon Ball Z series
This game is pathetic. When are the energy balls actually going to start damaging the surrounding environment and showcase some collision destruction when a character is sent flying? How about at least churning up some dirt? Geez. I keep seeing energy balls just disappearing into the hill!!! I mean you'd think that's the least they could do this generation (nex-gen gaming right)? This is absolutely not DBZ at all. Not even 30% of it. The DBZ anime is cool b/c of things blowing up.
MGS4 is out this week and dragon ball z is a swag bit em up game, street fighter will put this game to the ground.
It's very hard to notice any differences between both versions. For what I could tell, it seems that the Xbox 360 version has better AA but it'd need a bigger and clearer version of the video to be sure.
erm.... there was no difference in AA?
I noticed the colors seems brighter, on the PS3. Which is pretty neat, seeing as every other game colors seemed to be better on the xbox360. I like how the black is a true black not a shade. But who knows for sure until they play it, on their tv.
Go Go RSX chip providing washed out graphics again.
come on now we both know dere both the same
These comparisons are done by using capture cards. So it is the raw feed of the game coming from the respective consoles.
I played the Demo, but it didn't really feel like any improvement over the earlier games, it reminded me a lot of Budokai 2.
They both look like Saturday mourning cartoons
a helthy xbot errm i mean xbox owner :) yes they both look the same,just the dark light difference ;)
however i played the demo on my 360 and it was much brighter. must be my TV.
It's not washed out it's just lighter there's a difference between the two words but not the two games. You get the same damn experience to me. This comparison is useless
its proving the game is a great experience on both =D seriously though i have this game and i love it, the fighting system is really good, i have experienced no lag online and when someone joins your room it shows a connection bar, the only bad thing i can say about the game is that the story mode is really short =( it only goes to the cell games, which means that it only goes to SS2 but we do get to have Broly =)
i saw equal in everything the only real differences was the ps3 version seems more vibrant(a little lighter) and the 360 contrast a little darker but overall same game
another lame comparison...
PS3 version looks slightly better. a little brighter and sharper in some parts.
no difference at all. ps3 version should look better ...
I remember when playing the demos on both consoles, I noticed no difference at all. But when game time came, I went with the PS3 for only 2 reasons. 1)I just needed a change of pace and got it for PS3 instead of 360, and 2) got Dead Zone on Blu-Ray for free. Nice.
this game is kind of silly comparing them. this game isnt demanding on either system, so any difference is most likely the devs fault.
mine looks better than both of those, they should really change the settings and not use factory defaults.
ps3 version looks over saturated and jaggy ¬!
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