Which is Better? Playstation 3 Vs. Xbox 360
When it comes to game consoles, the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 are certainly among the best. While both function to allow players to enjoy their favorite games, both also have their own distinguishing features. The question is, which one should you choose? Weâ€™ll weigh the pros and cons of both these consoles to help you make up your mind. The Xbox 360 The Xbox 360 has several advantages over the PS3. This includes the fact that it is cheaper than the PS3, priced at $200. Other than that, the Xbox 360 is also the go-to console if you love games like Halo Wars, Gears of War, and Project Draco. You may also consider that fact that players mention having a better online experience using the Xbox 360, and also that the controller for the Xbox 360 is more comfortable to use for some. That being said, this console does have its disadvantages. It lacks the crystal clear Blu-Ray player that the PS3 has, and generally it does not have as many exclusive games the PS3 has either. Also, despite being cheaper, the Xbox does not provide as much value (when you look at storage space) as the PS3 which offers so much more for an extra $50. The Playstation 3 The Playstation 3 is the console you should choose if you love games like the Final Fantasy series, Killzone 3, and Uncharted. The PS3 has lots of exclusive games, and includes an excellent Blu-Ray player in the console which is a massive bonus. The PS3 also allows free online play, which the Xbox does not allow without a premium membership. The PS3 does have a premium membership too, but it is cheaper than the Xbox Live Gold membership. As for disadvantages, the PS3 is slightly pricier than the Xbox 360, and its online gameplay is not as smooth as that of the Xbox 360. Some players may not prefer the controller of the PS3, and speaking of controllers, the Xbox 360 also has the upper hand with motion control, as Kinect is a much bigger success than Playstation Move. Conclusion So which game console should you buy? In the end it boils down to the type of games you love and whether or not you want a good online gaming experience (even if it means having to pay for it). You could also consider whether you want a Blu-Ray system in your game console, and how much storage space you want on your console.