Resolution Magazine writes: "Given the negative fan speculation surrounding it, I was eager to see the 360 version in action. It's been confirmed to fill up three discs - less than Lost Odyssey - and honestly, in-game, it looks just as fantastic as the PS3 version. There's no noticeable difference between the quality of the two versions, and there aren't any giant load times to worry about.
There is, however, one major difference between the visuals for the PS3 and 360 versions of the game. The FMV sequences in the 360 version have been dramatically compressed, and when you're running the game on a large HDTV, this will become apparent. On the PS3, these are crystal clear - and as the cinematic videos are a major selling point, it's such a shame to see the 360 falter. It's the only situation in which one version impresses more, though, with no noticeable screen tearing or frame rate issues on either format. The polish is finalfantasy13aoutstanding, as you would expect from a franchise which has always been at the forefront of gaming visuals."