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Xbox 360 VS. PS3: Graphics Comparison

You'd think that the PS3 versions would be exactly the same or slightly better than the Xbox 360 versions, since many of these games appeared on the 360 months ago, but it seems like developers didn't use the extra time to polish up the graphics for the PS3. We found that the 360 actually had better graphics in the majority of the games compared.

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