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  Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 于 (Wed Feb 20 11:49:08 2008) 提到:

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Playstation 3 vs. XBOX 360 - One Year Later
November 20 2007 Carl Nelson
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It has been exactly 1 year to the day since we published our PS3 vs. XBOX
360 article, written for us by a friend of mine who is a lead programmer for
a game company working on all three consoles (and PC).

His conclusion was a controversial one at the time. That the XBOX 360 pretty
much owned in every category; price, performance, graphics, and game
selection.

However, a lot can change in a year. Both consoles saw price drops, and
firmware updates have the potential to improve both gaming and non-gaming
features. Developers have had time to ‘learn’ the intricacies of the PS3,
and several new exclusive titles have been released for both.

One year later, I am going to don my flamesuit, and take a look at each
console. Let’s see if the PS3 has made strides! It’s certainly selling
better lately.

Price
When our original article was published, it was just after the PS3 had
launched. If you recall, they had two versions of the console at that time;
a 20GB version for $499 and a 60GB for $599. To contrast, the XBOX 360 was
available for $299 and $399 at the time.



However, things have changed since then, and both consoles received price
drops. The XBOX 360 Premium received a simple $50 price drop, and is now $
349.99. The Core version was
replaced by the Arcade version, which is the same as before but includes a
256MB memory card, a wireless controller, and some XBLA games on a disc.
That version is $279.99. Finally, there is the Elite Edition (or as we call
it, the New Retard Edition) which is exactly like the Premium, but is black
and has a 100GB more hard drive space for an extra $100.

The Playstation 3’s price situation is a bit murkier, as models have been
dropped, new ones introduced, prices were dropped to clear out old models,
features were left out on some new models, and so on. We started with the
60GB and 20GB versions, and both of those have since been dropped completely
. I won’t talk about all that has happened with the PS3’s SKU situation
since then, as that would just confuse things. Instead, just consider that
we now have a 40GB model for $399 and an 80 GB model for $499. Besides the
hard drive size, the 40GB model lacks flash card readers, 2 USB ports, SACD
playback, and Playstation 2 compatibility (the 80GB will play PS2 games, but
its software emulation is not even close to 100%).



So now you can get a PS3’s ‘lower’ model for just $50 more than the XBOX
360’s ‘middle’ model. You can’t really look at it that way though, since
what sets the Premium XBOX 360 apart from the Arcade is mainly the 20GB
hard drive. And the ‘low end’ PS3 still doubles that (and aside from that,
it is VERY easy to upgrade the hard drive on a PS3, but that’s best left
for another day). Comparing the 80GB to the Elite, the PS3 is again $50 more
, but this time the XBOX 360 has the bigger hard drive. I have always said
that hard drive space on the XBOX 360 is pretty much irrelevant, but future
firmware updates are changing that. With the ability to download XBOX 1
games, you are probably only going to be able to fit 2 or 3 of them on your
Premium, depending on how many demos you have installed. Plus, if the rumors
are true about the XBOX 360 also getting DivX playback, it is instantly
going to turn into a great media player solution (it fails miserably as a ‘
media extender’ right now), and thus will require a larger hard drive.
Update: The rumors were true! The XBOX 360 now fully supports MPEG-4 Layer 2
video, which includes the DivX codec as well as XviD. However, it can only
stream this type of video, from a network or external storage; as of this
time there is no way to store these files on the 360 itself.

So after all that, who wins the price war? It’s still the XBOX 360, not
just because the respective models are $50 cheaper, but all versions of the
XBOX 360 come bundled with some games now. The Elite and Premium versions
come with Marvel Ultimate Alliance (yawn), Hexic HD (meh), and Forza
Motorsport 2 (yey!). While the 80GB PS3 comes with MotorStorm, the 40GB only
includes a copy of Spiderman 3 The Movie on Blu-Ray.

It should be noted though, that the Playstation 3 should no longer be
considered stupidly expensive.

Performance
Here’s a tough one. On paper, the Playstation 3’s Cell engine is more
capable than XBOX 360’s triple-core Xenon CPU. However, as our developer
alluded to last year, the XBOX 360 is much easier to develop for. In other
words, a lot of the Cell’s power is going to waste. Although that is
expected to change eventually, as always seems to happen with Sony’s
consoles (compare early PS2 games to current games, and the same goes for
PS1), one year later we’re still waiting for someone to fully exploit the
system. Another indication that the PS3 is harder to develop for is the fact
that almost all multiplatform games arrive weeks - if not months - after
their 360 versions.

As we said last year, we fully expect the PS3 to win this category -
eventually. To what extent, we’re not sure (very likely it’s only going to
be the blockbuster first-party titles that take full advantage of Cell),
and when this will occur, we’re not sure either. Obviously, one full year
wasn’t enough.

Graphics
This is a sticky subject for a lot of fanboys. A very common argument in
most flame wars is that the Playstation 3 simply “has better graphics”. I
’m not sure where that argument came from; Sony obviously did a good job of
marketing the system. However, the argument is entirely false. The Xenos
GPU on the XBOX 360 is superior the RSX on the PS3. This is one thing that
didn’t change in the past year.

Xenos simply has more power - higher fillrate, higher pixel processing power
, higher vertex processing power, and better memory architecture. If you
look at multiplatform games and contrast the graphics on the two consoles,
XBOX 360 almost always leads. Whether they use a higher resolution or higher
quality antialiasing, games often look better and/or play smoother on the
360. We looked at a handful of multiplatform games a while back, and this
was always the case.

Again, we have to consider that Cell has the potential to help with graphics
on the Playstation 3. As developers become more familiar with the platform,
they are going to come up with new tricks to help games run smoother, and
allow them to look better. However, one year after its introduction we aren
’t seeing huge leaps (or even baby steps) towards this, except on a couple
exclusive titles.

Game Selection
This category has two things to consider; exclusive titles for each console,
and which console is better to play multiplatform games on. I think we
covered the latter issue with the graphics category; given the choice
between playing a multiplatform game on either console, the XBOX 360 is
almost always better. At the very least, games will look the same on both
consoles. At the worst, games on the PS3 will run at half the framerate of
the 360, and at lower resolutions with less filtering and antialiasing. Also
, multiplatform games are often delayed by weeks or even months on the PS3 (
a testament to the difficulty of working with the system). Case in point,
The Orange Box. The 2nd best selling XBOX 360 game after Halo 3 in October,
and it is nowhere to be seen on the Playstation 3. And by early accounts, it
is quite choppy on the Playstation 3.

So what about exclusive titles? After all, graphics and performance
notwithstanding, this has to be the most important decision to make for most
gamers choosing between the two consoles. It has been a full year, and..
well… things aren’t looking too good for the Playstation 3. As ScrewAttack
noted in their Top 10 Exclusives for PS3, there aren’t even enough decent
games to make a Top 10 list with!

Let’s take a quick look at the exclusive games that have come out for each
system since we published our first article 1 year ago:

XBOX 360

Title Developer GameRankings Score

Ace Combat 6 Namco 82
Beautiful Katamari Namco 74
BioShock Irrational Games 95
Blue Dragon Mistwalker 78
Call of Juarez TechLand 72
Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars EA Los Angeles 81
Crackdown Real Time Worlds 83
Dance Dance Revolution Universe Konami 75
Earth Defense Force 2017 Sandlot 71
Eternal Sonata Tri-Crescendo 80
F.E.A.R. Files Timegate Studios 72
Forza Motorsport 2 Microsoft 90
Fuzion Frenzy 2 Hudson Soft 52
Halo 3 Bungie Studios 93
Kengo: Legend of the 9 Genki 46
Mass Effect BioWare 93
Naruto: Rise of a Ninja Ubisoft 80
Overlord Triumph Studios 76
Project Gotham Racing 4 Bizarre Creations 87
Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action Screenlife/WXP 75
Shadowrun FASA Interactive 69
Tetris Evolution Mass Media 57
Vampire Rain Artoon 40
Viva Piñata: Party Animals Krome Studios 62
     

List of console titles exclusive to the XBOX 360 released since November 20,
2006. Score in green = at least 80% on GameRankings. Score in bold = at
least 90% on GameRankings. Title in bold = Overall Game of the Year
contender for 2007

Playstation 3

Title Developer GameRankings Score

Eye of Judgment SCE Japan 75
Folklore Game Republic 76
Formula One Championship Edition SCE Liverpool 77
Heavenly Sword Ninja Theory 81
Lair Factor 5 56
MLB 07: The Show SCE San Diego 78
MotorStorm Evolution Studios 83
NBA 08 SCE San Diego 66
Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction Insomniac Games 89
SingStar SCE London 83
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Naughty Dog 88
Warhawk Incognito 84
     

List of titles exclusive to the Playstation 3 released since November 20,
2006. Score in green = at least 80% on GameRankings. Score in bold = at
least 90% on GameRankings. Title in bold = Overall Game of the Year
contender for 2007

At the Playstation 3’s launch, the XBOX 360 had a 1 year head-start, and
had such titles as Gears of War, PGR3, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, F.E.A.R.,
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, Dead Rising, Burnout Revenge, Fight Night
3, and Rainbow Six: Vegas, all of which which were either titles exclusive
to the 360, or weren’t made available on the PS3 until some time in 2007.

Now we can look at nearly an entire year of exclusive releases for each
console, and compare them on an even playing field. I took all the games
that were released after November 20, 2006, and found their overall scores
on GameRankings. Scores over 80% were highlighted in green, as ‘very good
games’ (contrary to some, I think a score of 80% is pretty good). Also,
contenders for Overall Game of the Year were highlighted as some of the BEST
games for ANY console. In other words, people will want to buy the console
just to play these games.

As you can see, there were a lot more GOOD games for the 360 in the past
year. While the PS3 had some games that squeaked into the 80% bracket, and
one or two really good games like Uncharted and Ratchet & Clank, overall it
has been a mediocre year for Playstation 3. Many were looking forward to
titles like Heavenly Sword and Lair to make a statement, but those games
pretty much fell flat on their faces (especially Lair, a total failure).

XBOX 360 on the other hand saw some excellent titles, including some that
may be considered among the best games for any console, such as Halo 3,
BioShock, and Mass Effect (of course, we all know that none of these are
likely going to topple Mario Galaxy for this award, but oh well).

So for game selection, XBOX 360 not only offers a better experience with
multiplatform games, but their exclusive titles are more often better than
those on PS3, and in some cases extremely good.

Online Support
Let’s face it, it’s going to be tough for anyone to beat XBOX Live. The
interface is excellent, the interaction between players is superb, and extra
features like achievements add the small touches that make playing games on
the XBOX 360 just a little bit better for certain people.

Playstation Network has the sole advantage of being free for the most part (
game makers are still allowed to charge for online play if they want, such
as MMO games, etc). However, to play any game at all on XBOX Live, you must
subscribe at $50 per year at its cheapest.

One drastic disadvantage of the Playstation 3 is the fact that you cannot
send messages to your friend from within a game; in order to reach the XMB
or ‘main menu’ of the PS3, you need to quit out of the game you are
playing, and go to your friends list that way. There is nothing in the way
of voice chat (with the exception of Warhawk), and no cross-game invite
system. With XBOX Live, hit one button and you can reach your friends right
away. Send them a voice message, or text message, or invite them to the
server you’re playing on. You can even add your MSN/Live Messenger list to
the 360, and talk to your non-gaming friends any time you want.

Profiles are also more robust on XBOX Live - each gamer has their own tag,
their own custom avatar, a list of games they recently played, some
achievements they have accomplished, and an overall score to give an idea of
how experienced you are. All of this can be viewed in-game. Also, XBOX Live
extends to XBOX.com, where you can view and edit profiles from your PC if
you prefer.

On PSN, you get an icon, and a small about-me section. None of this can be
viewed in-game, and there is no way to tell anything else about the gamer.
PSN does not extend to an online version that can be viewed from the PC,
either.

With PSN Home coming (the beta is rumored to be starting in December), this
section may drastically change. Sony is banking on Home being a huge reason
to play games on the Playstation 3 as opposed to the XBOX 360. Public
details on Home have been sketchy at best though, so we shall see how things
pan out.

XBOX Live Arcade vs. Playstation Store
Another thing to consider is buying games online. Both Sony and Microsoft
offer various types of games to download online, and add several each week.
Selections range from old-school games from previous systems to refreshed
versions of classics, to brand new titles from small publishers and
individual designers.

XBLA wins in pretty much every category though; many of PSN’s games are
decent, but nearly exclusively from Sony themselves; it seems like it’s
much easier for an indie publisher to get their game onto XBLA than PSN.
XBLA offers a wide selection of retro arcade games, adding features like
online play and leaderboards to many of them. Some of these games have
become sleeper hits, like Pac-Man Championship Edition.

One area where the PSN excels (or at least has the ability to) is that
Playstation 1 games can be ported directly to a PSP, along with game save
files. Best of all, save files can go back and forth. If you are playing
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and want to take it on the road, simply
connect your PSP, transfer the save file, and play it from there. Then when
you come home, transfer the save file back to the PS3, and you are set.
Unfortunately, there are very few Playstation 1 games available in the US.

Multimedia
Here’s one area that my friend didn’t really consider last year, as he is
mostly concerned with making games for the systems, and not watching movies
on them. I bought my XBOX 360 around the middle of 2006, and my PS3 at
launch, so I am talking about my personal experience here.

For movies, the PS3 wins hands down. Not only does it have integrated Blu-
Ray capability, it is a far superior movie player to begin with. We also
must consider that the PS3 can be had for as little as $399, while an XBOX
360 with HD-DVD player will cost at least $530 (Arcade Edition
notwithstanding, since nobody in their right mind is going to buy an XBOX
360 without a hard drive).

Regardless of comparing playback image quality, sound quality, and interface
, there is one thing that gives the XBOX 360 an automatic “zero” in every
category - it is excruciatingly LOUD. There is ONE thing that I HATE when I
try to watch a movie, and that’s background noise. I alway go out of the
way to make sure my living room is utterly quiet when I sit down to watch a
movie, and the sickening screech of the 360’s DVD drive and fans makes this
completely impossible.

PS3, on the other hand, is completely quiet during movie playback. Whether
you are watching a Blu-Ray, DVD, or other video format, the PS3 isn’t going
to make a peep.

I also much prefer the PS3’s interface to the bright, flashy, sluggish
interface of the XBOX 360. Turning on the PS3 to watch a high-definition
movie feels like a classy, almost ‘high end’ experience. In contrast, fire
up the XBOX 360 and you are treated to a whining fan, screeching DVD drive,
and bright flashy colours on your screen. The console itself looks more
like a ‘toy’ and the external USB drive required for HD-DVD only extends
the ‘low end’ feel.

Then you have the other media formats. XBOX 360 was only ever meant to be an
‘Multimedia Extender’. In other words, it was expected that by this time,
most people would have a PC dedicated to hosting multimedia using either
Windows Media Center or Vista Home. The 360 would pull the files off this
dedicated media PC over the network. Therefore, the 360’s multimedia
capabilities are actually quite poor. It supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MPEG-4
AVC (h.264), but only in the WMV, MOV, and TS container formats. It
supports DLNA, so is able to discover files on DLNA software like Windows
Vista.

Playstation 3 was intended to be an all-in-one media center, and the design
shows. At first, it did not support DLNA, but we broke the story when DLNA-
supporting firmware was released, allowing multimedia to be streamed from
Vista to the Playstation 3. All the major codecs are supported by
Playstation 3; MPEG-1, MPEG-2, Motion JPEG (commonly found with digital
cameras) through AVI, MOV, MP4, and TS container formats. It will even play
AVCHD files directly (M2TS files - the same format Blu-Ray uses).

MP4 support is seen as the future of video, and the PS3 has very good
support of this. It supports MPEG-4 AAC audio, MPEG-4 Simple Profile video,
as well as Main and High profile (also known as h.264). In a big story last
week, it was announced that the PS3 would soon be supporting the DivX codec,
through the AVI file container. This will be the first time a non-modified
console supports this highly popular format. Here’s hoping for MKV h.264
support! ;)

Audio playback is close, with the PS3 having the minor advantage of
supporting SACD, although this is no longer supported with the 40GB version.
It’s been sad to see Sony drop many of the advantages they held over the
360 in the past year. Playstation 3 will always be better as a standalone
music player since it doesn’t sound like a jet engine, but the 360 has the
great advantage of being able to access music from within any game.

I have viewed photos on both consoles, and find the PS3 to be a more
pleasant experience. Again, the XMB is so much better than XBOX 360’s
tabbed Dashboard, and it’s nice to view pictures without noisy fans
blasting away in the background. The PS3 supports some printers directly,
which may or may not be useful (I can’t imagine using it as a photo printer
, but someone might. probably someone in Japan).

Other Considerations
There are some other subjective topics to discuss that don’ t necessarily
fit into our other categories.

Import Gaming - The PS3 excels in this, as all games are currently unlocked
and can be played on systems from any region. This makes importing games
from other countries a breeze. Furthermore, you are free to create PSN
accounts for any country, allowing you to download demos from other regions.
You won’t be able to make purchases without a credit card from those
countries however.
XBOX 360 has many games that are exclusive to Japan and Europe, but with
region encoding, they are only playable on consoles from their respective
regions. Going the other way, many titles that get a worldwide release don’
t have region encoding at all, so owning a 360 outside of the US isn’t so
bad if you still want to play US games. Take it from me: import gaming goes
both ways!
Piracy - A touchy subject, but one that must be considered. Although PS3 ISO
’s are being released, I’m pretty sure that its game copy protection has
yet to be cracked. XBOX 360 on the other hand, has a large scene going for
it, and that has to be a consideration for many people deciding on which
console to buy. Be warned though; Microsoft actively fights piracy, and has
been known to ban consoles from connecting to XBOX Live if a mod is detected
!
[email protected] - This may not be a big deal to you, but perhaps it should be
mentioned. If you are interested in joining a worldwide supercomputer
cluster capable of 700 teraflops, and want to help find the cure for
diseases like cancer, the PS3 may be worthy of consideration. For most
though, this function doesn’t make a difference at all.
PSP Connectivity - With the 1.8 firmware release, the Playstation 3 received
some excellent features, not the least of which is the ability to stream
media to the PSP - anywhere in the world. Once two devices are partnered,
you can turn on the PS3 from your PSP (as of firmware 2.0) and access all
the files on it with the PSP - including HD video. This is where Microsoft
got things wrong by trying to turn the 360 into a media extender. Sony
decided to make the Playstation 3 a media hub, extending to portable devices
like the PSP. A very wise decision, and the features get even better with
time.
Reliability - Here’s a huge one that must be considered - XBOX 360’s made
prior to October 2007 are pretty much considered time bombs. It’s not a
matter of whether your console will stop working, it’s a matter of when.
The 360 has such a high failure rate that Microsoft spent over $1 billion to
extend everyone’s warranty by 3 years. While having a long warranty is
nice, knowing that it’s only a matter of time before the console dies,
nobody wants to have a dead console in the first place. Newer units seem to
be okay, so far (knock on wood).
Backwards Compatibility - This was one of the major advantages of the
Playstation 3 when it first launched last year. Since it had all the
necessary hardware from the Playstation 2, it would be fully compatible with
all PS2 games. Additionally, PS2 games would eventually be upsampled,
improving their image quality for newer HD displays. PS2 owners could safely
pass along their old console, knowing that their game library would still
be accessible, and look better than ever. However, as Sony started revising
hardware to cut costs, backwards compatibility suffered. First to go was the
“Emotion Engine” CPU in the 80GB version. Some games were still supported
through software emulation, since the “Graphics Synthesizer” GPU remained
intact; reports show 80GB backwards compatibility to be around 50%. With
the latest version of the PS3 (40 GB), the GPU was also removed, and as of
now there is no way to emulate PS2 games on these systems. Although it’s
probably not impossible to emulate the GPU with the PS3’s hardware, nothing
has been announced and I wouldn’t get my hopes up of this ever happening.
XBOX 360’s backwards compatibility is nothing to brag about either;
consider it at about the level of the 80GB PS3. Many XBOX 1 games will work,
but often have problems.
Display Connectivity - The Playstation 3 wasn’t the only one to get some
hardware revisions in the past year. One of the largest criticisms of the
XBOX 360 was the fact that it had no digital video output. However, all
consoles released after September 2007 (including the low-end Arcade version
) include an HDMI 1.2 digital port. Only the Elite comes with a cable in-box
.
Open Source Operating Systems - Again, this may not be something that will
sway your buying decision. While both consoles have some form of Linux
support, only the Playstation 3 officially supports it out of the box. XBOX
360 has a project titled Free60 that requires you to hack your system and
use vulnerable kernels. If your system has later firmware updates, it may be
entirely impossible to do this. On the Playstation 3, you simply select an
option in the console, and from there you can install one of several
distributions that support it, including Yellow Dog (the distro officially
supported by Sony), Ubuntu, Fedora Core 7, Gentoo, and Debian.
Conclusion
Recently I received an email from someone, asking if I still “stand by”
our PS3 vs. XBOX 360 review. He asked if the PS3 became better in the past
year.

I think after looking back a year, more than anything the statements we made
were justified. The Playstation 3 didn’t get much better in a year, and in
fact the hardware got worse with each revision. It started out with full
PS2 backwards compatibility, and now it has none at all. It started out with
SACD support, and now it doesn’t support it at all.

However, it also got better in many ways; more than anything, it’s an
excellent multimedia hub. With multiple video format support (and DivX AVI
support coming), and the ability to stream to the PSP, it’s clearly
superior in that regard. Furthermore, it’s a better home video player,
since it not only has a better interface for such things, but it doesn’t
sound like a jet engine taking off.

But in the past year, we haven’t seen a single HUGE title drop for the PS3.
The closest thing is a very good platformer/shooter with excellent graphics
. Instead, exclusive games get delayed (MGS4), or end up failing miserably (
Lair), or do not live up to expectations (Heavenly Sword).

Multiplatform games continued to be developed on the XBOX 360, then ported
to the PS3. I’m sure that developers aim for simultaneous releases in most
cases, but this rarely happens. When the PS3 versions of the games do come
out, they often suffer from low framerates and poor image quality.

As of now, there is only one multiplatform game being developed on the PS3
later to be ported to 360, and that’s Haze. Update: Haze is now going to be
PS3-exclusive. We’ll see how things go with that in a few weeks. I have
heard that Unreal Tournament 3 is looking real good on PS3 too, although I’
m sure that’s more of a case of Epic’s confidence that they can knock out
an XBOX 360 version in a short period of time. The only major issue they are
likely to come across is mod compatibility on the 360.

There will always be the speculation that the Playstation 3’s performance
will increase; that it is only a matter of time. After all, we saw that
happen with both the PS1 and PS2. Since Sony’s systems are powerful yet
inherently difficult to work with, this always seems to happen. However, in
the year since its release, the only titles to really WOW us graphics-wise
are two Sony-published games, Heavenly Sword and Ratchet & Clank.

Sony has yet to catch up with XBOX 360 in terms of online features, although
Home has interesting potential. We’ll have to wait and see if it is
feasible as an online interface, or just a silly gimmick. This is one area
where we should at least see the PS3 get some vast improvements in the years
to come.

So do I stand by our statements we made last year? Absolutely. I’m happy
that we were ‘proven right’ in the events of the past year. Do I think
XBOX 360 is clearly the better console to buy? Not by a long shot. Each
console has their own advantages and disadvantages. Read through this
article, and you should be aware of most of them. From there, you can decide
which one is right for you.



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  Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 于 (Wed Feb 20 12:25:08 2008) 提到:

纯游戏来讲,还是360好,FPS就不说了,其实打斗类的也多:

(以下PS2和XBOX不算)

Tenchu Z是360 only。
Ninja Gaiden II是360 only。
Rumble Rose XX是360 only。
DOA4是360 only。
Nighty-nine nights是360 only。
战国无双2是360 only。
无双Orochi是360 only。
真三国无双5虽然cross-platform,但是PS3版是port。
Devil May Cry 4虽然cross-platform,但是PS3版是port。

再看另一边:

Heavenly Swords是PS3 only。
Way of the Samurai 3是PS3 only,但是头头跑掉,Cancel了。
Ninja Gaiden Sigma是PS3 only,不过是上一代产品。
Virtual Fighter 5虽然cross-platform,但是Xbox360版是port。
Soul Calibur 4是cross-platform,port未知。

貌似日本公司都支持M$不爱Sony国货。

【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: http://64.233.169.104/search?q=cache:dtEspaX65iIJ:www.hardcoreware.net/playstation-3-vs-xbox-360-one-year-later/+xbox+360+vs+ps3+exclusive&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=4&gl=us
: Playstation 3 vs. XBOX 360 - One Year Later
: November 20 2007 Carl Nelson
: Subscribe to our FULL RSS feed!
: It has been exactly 1 year to the day since we published our PS3 vs. XBOX
: 360 article, written for us by a friend of mine who is a lead programmer
for
:  a game company working on all three consoles (and PC).
: His conclusion was a controversial one at the time. That the XBOX 360
pretty
:  much owned in every category; price, performance, graphics, and game
: selection.
: ...................





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  Ranma (ranma 1/2) 于 (Wed Feb 20 12:28:06 2008) 提到:


【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 貌似日本公司都支持M$不爱Sony国货。
公司 is business,呵呵。赚钱第一。
日本老百姓还是支持国货的。




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  Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 于 (Wed Feb 20 12:46:47 2008) 提到:

另外Xbox360有便宜的VGA cable可接显示器,对俺也是个plus。

【 在 Ranma (ranma 1/2) 的大作中提到: 】
: 公司 is business,呵呵。赚钱第一。
: 日本老百姓还是支持国货的。





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  Ranma (ranma 1/2) 于 (Wed Feb 20 12:58:07 2008) 提到:

你现在还用VGA显示器?
【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 另外Xbox360有便宜的VGA cable可接显示器,对俺也是个plus。





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  guitu (鬼土) 于 (Wed Feb 20 13:00:38 2008) 提到:

VGA很过时吗?我有时侯也用VGA线连DELL 24显示器玩

【 在 Ranma (ranma 1/2) 的大作中提到: 】
: 你现在还用VGA显示器?





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  taniame (谷大师) 于 (Wed Feb 20 13:14:18 2008) 提到:


z52, 355, orochi,都是从ps2移植改进,一点意义也没有

tenchu z, ng2, doa4都是好游戏,99也不错

rumble rose就不要说了

纯游戏来说,对我来说除了ng2其他一律无视

所以我还是支持神鸡3,哈哈

【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 纯游戏来讲,还是360好,FPS就不说了,其实打斗类的也多:
: (以下PS2和XBOX不算)
: Tenchu Z是360 only。
: Ninja Gaiden II是360 only。
: Rumble Rose XX是360 only。
: DOA4是360 only。
: Nighty-nine nights是360 only。
: 战国无双2是360 only。
: 无双Orochi是360 only。
: 真三国无双5虽然cross-platform,但是PS3版是port。
: ...................





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  htd (孩儿她爹) 于 (Wed Feb 20 13:43:49 2008) 提到:

when will ng2 be released for ps3?

【 在 taniame (谷大师) 的大作中提到: 】
: z52, 355, orochi,都是从ps2移植改进,一点意义也没有
: tenchu z, ng2, doa4都是好游戏,99也不错
: rumble rose就不要说了
: 纯游戏来说,对我来说除了ng2其他一律无视
: 所以我还是支持神鸡3,哈哈





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  taniame (谷大师) 于 (Wed Feb 20 13:46:34 2008) 提到:


i think it is exclusive for xbx

i meant the only xbx exclusive i like is NG2, so i will still stick with
godchicken3

lol


【 在 htd (孩儿她爹) 的大作中提到: 】
: when will ng2 be released for ps3?





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  Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:09:10 2008) 提到:

神机的exclusive都是遥遥无期啊,两边都没有的也许为了BD和现在$399的价
格去买,已有360的实在想不出理由入手。

【 在 taniame (谷大师) 的大作中提到: 】
: i think it is exclusive for xbx
: i meant the only xbx exclusive i like is NG2, so i will still stick with
: godchicken3
: lol






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  Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:14:34 2008) 提到:

VGA上到1280x1024,画面很不错的。而且360没有DVI cable,只有VGA to DVI adapter,效果是一样的。

【 在 Ranma (ranma 1/2) 的大作中提到: 】
: 你现在还用VGA显示器?






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  taniame (谷大师) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:16:48 2008) 提到:


i bought ps3 mainly for DMC4, but later it was announced as multi-platform

wtf????

then still, the Bluray is worth it. Eespecially that my family biz is a sony
dealer, we cut off tons of demo model boxes to claim BD, i have more than
30 bd now.

BSO ah

haha



【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 神机的exclusive都是遥遥无期啊,两边都没有的也许为了BD和现在$399的价
: 格去买,已有360的实在想不出理由入手。





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  Autopsy (Eternal Happiness: Page 246) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:26:54 2008) 提到:

原来你就是那个卖饭票的.

【 在 taniame (谷大师) 的大作中提到: 】
: i bought ps3 mainly for DMC4, but later it was announced as multi-platform
: wtf????
: then still, the Bluray is worth it. Eespecially that my family biz is a
sony
:  dealer, we cut off tons of demo model boxes to claim BD, i have more than
: 30 bd now.
: BSO ah
: haha





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  taniame (谷大师) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:29:11 2008) 提到:


no no no

those two guys are much richer

i think their family income should be 1m+ every year now, hehehehe

【 在 Autopsy (Eternal Happiness: Page 246) 的大作中提到: 】
: 原来你就是那个卖饭票的.
: sony





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  Ranma (ranma 1/2) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:32:25 2008) 提到:

嗯,ff13居然又跳票了,2010年了,呵呵。
还好我基本不玩游戏,所以我选神机3。
【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 神机的exclusive都是遥遥无期啊,两边都没有的也许为了BD和现在$399的价
: 格去买,已有360的实在想不出理由入手。





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  autumnworm (虫子,秋天的) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:49:03 2008) 提到:

如果已经有360的确不着急买ps3。

【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: 神机的exclusive都是遥遥无期啊,两边都没有的也许为了BD和现在$399的价
: 格去买,已有360的实在想不出理由入手。





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  shadandan (傻蛋蛋) 于 (Wed Feb 20 14:52:27 2008) 提到:

no 盗版,no ps3

【 在 autumnworm (虫子,秋天的) 的大作中提到: 】
: 如果已经有360的确不着急买ps3。





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  autumnworm (虫子,秋天的) 于 (Wed Feb 20 15:08:58 2008) 提到:

那你就更不着急了。:D

【 在 shadandan (傻蛋蛋) 的大作中提到: 】
: no 盗版,no ps3





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  DrumMania (嫑跑,兲) 于 (Wed Feb 20 15:10:55 2008) 提到:

re

【 在 shadandan (傻蛋蛋) 的大作中提到: 】
: no 盗版,no ps3




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  laocao (laocao) 于 (Thu Feb 21 17:25:13 2008) 提到:

I haven't used VGA for more than 3 years. When I jumped into the pit of
digital, I decided never go back. Huge difference, especially for none high-
end monitors.

【 在 guitu (鬼土) 的大作中提到: 】
: VGA很过时吗?我有时侯也用VGA线连DELL 24显示器玩





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  laocao (laocao) 于 (Thu Feb 21 17:29:12 2008) 提到:

360 has HDMI port, which is identical to DVI from video aspect.

【 在 Zeratul (伟大的无产阶级军事家毛文龙万岁) 的大作中提到: 】
: VGA上到1280x1024,画面很不错的。而且360没有DVI cable,只有VGA to DVI
adapter,效果是一样的。






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