Re: ps3 the edge over 360
May 13, 2006 1 Comment
Sure, PS3 has more time to develop but generally most games don’t run the consoles’ hardware to the limit. It’s not about mindless overloading a CPU or GPU but it’s about making the most of the hardware through careful software development. But how many actually do that. That’s a common problem so no matter how impressive the hardware (same with 360), don’t take the features list to compare one by one.
Xbox’s biggest advantage is Live but complaints about it with the 360 are not to be overheard. PS3 "Live" has to start at zero and a lot to catch up.
Statements about future things which nobody knows for sure until they have actually arrived are not to be weighted too heavy (ps3 to provide a more stable, a more friendly, etc… whatever service).
Who knows, we might all end up in our small bedrooms playing on a small tv because parents and grandparents have taken over the big living room TV to hook up Wii and shaking the controllers (good to train barkeepers’ arms as well).