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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood PS3 Performance Should Match Xbox 360

Performance has always been a bit of a contentious issue with the Assassin's Creed franchise, as the Xbox 360 has generally been the more dominant console.

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Selyah3271d ago

I hope the difference is less this time, though 2 wasn't so bad.

mephman3271d ago (Edited 3271d ago )

Yea, AC2 wasn't too bad, but the difference was still quite noticeable when placed side-by-side.

jony_dols3271d ago

It shouldn't be a 'should'
It should be a 'will'.

(thats a lot of shoulds)

deadreckoning6663271d ago

I never played the 360 version on AC2, but I played it on the PS3 and I didn't notice any problems besides the occasional screen tear.

tinybigman3271d ago

i didnt have any major issues with the PS3 also besides some screen tearing.

Strange_Evil3271d ago

Graphically both the games were nearly identical, but the frame rate on the PS3 version wasn't on par and the screen tearing was horrendous... But it didn't really affect the game that much in my play through... In fact the screen tearing kind a felt like the animus wasn't performing that great and initially I actually felt it was on purpose lol to show that even the Animus had V-Sync problem :P

Either ways, I am waiting for some comparisons before picking AC:B... Now that I have a 360 as well, I will at least wait for the result.. If the difference isn't significant, I'll pick up the PS3 version.. Fingers crossed

Coheno3271d ago

WHAT!? 2 was horrible on PS3! It had A LOT of screen tearing, pop-ups!

Area5 team had a comparison on co-op, difference is huge!
I sure as hell hope Brotherhood is better!

HDgamer3271d ago

I own that game and it has very little screen tearing and pop ups.

Motorola3271d ago

Yeah i platinumed it. Circled the entire map about 10 times...only screen tearing ruined it. nothing else.

Coheno3270d ago

Indeed I own it and platinumed it aswell, one of my fave games! But if you don't think that game is without problems on the PS3 watch this from the 24th minute!

http://revision3.com/coop/a...

tacosRcool3270d ago

Why should it match? It should 100% be equal to or even better. I don't like where some developers do this even this late in the game

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Eskimo Keith3271d ago

With the more powerful hardware you'd think that the PS3 version would be more dominant. But since it's up to the developers and it is well known that developing for the PS3 is a more demanding task, the PS3 version will only be as good as the effort that Ubisoft put in.

colonel1793271d ago

I was thinking the same thing. With the power of the PS3, it should be the other way around. 360 should be the one matching the PS3's.

Neckbear3271d ago

The idea of a multiplatform title is for both games to look pretty much the same, instead of making one look better than the other.

I'm quite sure the effort put on the PS3 version will make it look as good as the 360- or similar, at least, but not "superior", because that would be silly.

Balt 3271d ago (Edited 3271d ago )

It's always sad when the guys making the game can't get the two versions running the same, let alone commit to doing it. Why, if they can't give you gamers that much, should you give them your hard earned money?

JDouglasGU3271d ago

i played AC2 on PS3 and had no problems with it, the preformance differences people go on about are 99% flamebait.

mephman3271d ago

I think there has been more than enough evidence provided which shows that the games weren't as close as they should have been.

PhantomT14123271d ago (Edited 3271d ago )

Well, PS3 versions lacked the v-sync... but that's not so a bad thing in AC, where you have some made-up glitches of the Animus which look like vertical desync.

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