CVG, I have read on other lesser sites that the versions differ quite a bit in certain areas. I normally take this with a pinch of salt. However, being a multi-console owner I would appreciate it if you gave a simple explanation of any differences that you have seen, so that it can make my purchase a little easier. I would have purchased the PS3 version with the extra weapons, but if the 360 version is significantly better, I reckon that I could live without the extras.
For those interested, it seems that whilst the PS3 version has superior lighting, the 360 version has better textures and less screen tear.
It is a shame that there is no demo as I would like to try both for myself.
I've just read the Gamesradar review and there is a snippet of useful info on there:
"As is usual with multiplatform games these days, there really isn’t much of a cosmetic difference between the 360 and PS3 versions of the game; the 360 edition looks slightly sharper, while the PS3 is a little fuzzier and sports slightly warmer colors.
You know how this goes. However, there is one other big difference between the two versions, and if you’re a PS3 owner, you come out ahead this time – provided, of course, you have a PSP and plan to pick up, play through and (ideally) finish Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines."
Are Gamesradar from the US?:?
Anyway, I'll probably stick with the PS3 version as it doesn't sound too bad.
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