QUOTE(ikecomp @ Aug 25 2006, 09:30 AM)
I honestly don't believe anyone could answer this question until we see games that are released on both systems for an apple to apples comparison. IE, comparing next year's Madden for PS3 to next years Madden for xbox 360 or whatever other games have a 360 version and ps3 version.
is this a good enough comparison?....
While we previewed Tiger 07 from Chicago earlier this week, we finally got our hands-on one hole of Tiger on a PlayStation 3 development-kit, which is the size of a large briefcase and sounds like a giant bee-hive. Tiger PS3 is noticeably behind the 360 version, but it won't be released until November so there will be time to catch up. EA already told us that the content will be identical on both versions, but EA is toying with the idea of utilizing the tilt-sensor of the PS3 controller, but nothing has been announced. Designer Dave Woldman walked us through the 18th at St. Andrews, which already looked great. The undulation and little rolling hills on the fairway and green were clearly visible, and the buildings in the background made me want to stop for tea and crumpets. Luckily EA was serving beer and burgers outside, so I made do. The PS3 framerate was very choppy with this pre-alpha build. Controlling Tiger felt identical to the 360 version. When everything is ironed out visually, the game will look virtually identical to the 360 version as well. So unless EA incorporates some new control method with the PS3 controller, then next-gen Tiger will be the same solid golf game across the board.http://xbox360.ign.com/articles/718/718827p1.html
i also read similar problems with Madden at E3