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"Ridge Racer 7 is definitely recommended over and above its 360 predecessor. More refined gameplay and superior graphics win the day, and if you can get to play the title in native 1080p, the visual boost compared to the Xbox rendition is palpable. Both are lovely games, but the sequel edges it."
Def Jam: Icon
"Graphically, the Xbox 360 version and its PS3 counterpart appear to be identical at a pixel-for-pixel level. Any difference you might see is entirely down to the different video outputs of the console (in the case of our comparison shots, VGA vs. HDMI)."
Fight Night Round 3
"The good news is that Fight Night Round 3 has indeed been enhanced over its initial release on the competing format. The bad news is that the PS3 upgrades are essentially little more than window dressing, albeit worthwhile graphical garnish.
However, it's clear that the development team has taken a look at what could be improved visually on the Xbox 360 and has enhanced the game where possible for its belated PS3 debut. The most obvious improvement is in the sheen of perspiration that builds up on your fighter's body - beads of sweat and dripping moisture are far more defined on the PlayStation 3 version, muscles and veins likewise. The lighting, although subtly different, manages to illuminate the action more convincingly and shows off more of the superb levels of detail the boxers exhibit. Also to be applauded is the change in motion blur techniques employed in the game."
Virtua Tennis 3
"Both games can run at full-fat 1080p resolution, with the main gameplay running flawlessly at 60fps. Between-point close-ups on the players see this framerate drop down to 30fps, although there are varying amounts of further slowdown between the two versions in these short interludes. In terms of other differences, we struggled to find anything amiss. The odd bit of additional HDR in the PS3 version perhaps, slightly longer intro-pans as the court comes into view, slightly different fontography."
NBA Street Homecourt
"As it stands, both versions of the game are pretty much identical running at 720p, but perhaps surprisingly it's the Xbox 360 that runs NBA Street Homecourt a touch better at 1080p. Not that this should have much effect on any purchasing decision - 720p/60 is the only way either rendition of the game should be played."
Need For Speed Carbon
"The frame rate has always been something of a contentious issue on next-gen Need for Speed games - with the conceptually and graphically excellent Most Wanted compromised heavily on 360 owing to an ever-shifting, wobbling sense of motion. Things are improved in that area with Carbon, and the PlayStation 3 version seems to be slightly better still - the occasional stop-start jerkiness in the 360 game a little less noticeable on the Sony console."