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1. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 09:57 BST
i like halo but infamous looks so good i am just torn:
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2. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:02 BST
Can't tell you what you would like better. I would maybe find a friend or two with one or one of each and see which you prefer. I like the PS3 better, but the 360 does have more games to choose from. I'm going to be getting another 360 soon myself to play with a couple friends from my town online.
Edited on Thu 6th August, 2009 @ 10:02 by y2josh
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3. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:25 BST
I never got a xbox 360 because the hardware isnt reliable. But the software is worth it.Then again if you buy a ps3 you'll get free online gaming. I have one and i am VERY happy. Since i only have a ps3 and Wii would it be bias of me to say ps3?
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4. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:26 BST
You played Halo before reaching that conclusion? I found it completely uninteresting.
I don't have both systems (I'm not Cresus) so I can only comment on what the 360 has:
This is the European perspective of course, I hear many things are different in the US, for example Nintendo uses those indestructible plastic cases for hardware instead of cardboard boxes that can be opened without the use of explosives.
5. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:28 BST
One more thing, everyone complains how the ps3 is a great piece of hardware but lacks of software. I really can't justify,but i find that just isnt true.
6. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:37 BST
Which part isn't true, that it's great hardware or that it has no software? Or both?
7. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 10:44 BST
@KDR_11k I meant lacking in the software department. I admit with only 1 year of having it ,there has been alot of software updates and all that. About the PSN, i think it's a tad bit better than the competition(besides the virtual console). With games like Fat princess and upcoming games such as Trine who needs 60$ retail games.
Edited on Thu 6th August, 2009 @ 10:45 by odd69
8. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 16:07 BST
PS3. At this point, no contest. Ask me a year or two ago and it would have been different. But with amazing software for the past year and a half (more coming), reliable hardware, and a price cut possibly coming August 18th, the only reason to get a 360 is for:
Superior controller (particularly for FPS), Halo, Gears, RPGs, superior downloadable service, better overall online (though you have to pay).
Really though, it costs the same for the full experience (Pro + Wireless Adaptor), and with the soon-to-be price cut, PS3 will be cheaper.
For the record, I own a 360 and not a PS3, however at this point know the PS3 is superior. It got off slow, but really caught up.
9. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 04:21 BST
I'd recommend a 360. It's the better system all around in my opinion. I've yet to see anything that really interests me in the PS3. As for the PS3 price cut, well that's all speculation. Odds are if the PS3 does it, you'll see the 360 do the same. It's a trend that happens every console cycle.
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10. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 04:23 BST
360 is cheaper and better than PS3 in my opinion
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11. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 04:31 BST
PS3. Aren't too many good exclusives on the 360, and most of them suck, or can be found on the PC. After the price cut would be a great time to buy PS3. Plus, in the long run, the 360 will end up being more expensive than the PS3.
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12. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 04:34 BST
How much is the price drop for the PS3?
13. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 05:05 BST
,i've already spent my 400$ on my ps3. Was it worth 400$ i'd say yes because i use it for a blueray player as well ,so i got my money out of it. For those who paid 500 plus well, thats a tad extreme for me personally. I waited till the first price cut before buying a ps3. Sony is very high on their hardware but atleased we know it can be trusted.Im going to eventually get a 360, and i'll never have to worry about missing out on anything!!
14. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 05:09 BST
Xbox 360 has a bit more variety and a great Live Arcade to boot.
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15. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 05:26 BST
Get a 360. Almost everything worth getting on the PS3 is also available on the PSP.
16. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 05:37 BST
I plan on getting a PS3 once there's a price cut. Not for a lot of the games, but for Linux.
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17. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 13:18 BST
Really though, it costs the same for the full experience (Pro + Wireless Adaptor)
Full experience? Does the wireless adapter do something amazing that a sufficiently long ethernet cable doesn't?
18. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 14:04 BST
Yes, it prevents you from having a ridiculously long cable running along the floor between rooms. I don't know why it's so hard for people to understand that some users do have a practical need for wireless, even if it's not necessary for everyone. And if you do need / want it, it's way overpriced.
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19. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 14:17 BST
Can't you just buy a wireless bridge for cheaper then?
20. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 14:35 BST
Maybe? I wouldn't know. Both systems I own have wireless built in, so I fortunately haven't had to bother.