wats a better buy a ps3 or a xbow 360 for online game play?

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    nuttybars4452posted 13 years ago

    wats a better buy a ps3 or a xbow 360 for online game play?

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    Shyne Moyenposted 13 years ago

    I think it's just a matter of preference.  My honest opinion is I prefer the PS3.  I think the graphics are better, you can play online for free, and I think the system itself is just better in general.  That is just my opinion though.  Good Luck!

  3. getgogirl profile image61
    getgogirlposted 13 years ago

    My personal opinion is PS3. With Xbox 360 you have to pay extra, and it's really easy for that system to burn up. PS3 is just all-around better!

  4. David 470 profile image82
    David 470posted 13 years ago

    The ps3 is more powerful, but the xbox 360 service itself is probably better. If you want to talk to up to 8 people at once regardless of whatever game there playing. You can not do this on the ps3 network even though it does have some kind of chat option.

    The xbox 360 and ps3 are both good, but the xbox 360 as far as i know has more features in the marketplace.

  5. earny123 profile image71
    earny123posted 13 years ago

    Overall i believe Xbox 360 is the bet i have both but xbox 360 has better games and better online play and displays to move through and use, the only good feature for the PS3 is that the online game play is free but i rather pay the very small yearly fee for the xbox 360 online play smile also it's only the first version of the xbox 360 that burnt up the rest don't unless your just unlucky.

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    The Taco Taggerposted 13 years ago

    The Xbox is a better buy and here's why.

    1. Bigger selection of games.
    2. Sure you have to pay for online, but the service is A. better and higher quality, B. You get exclusive content earlier than the PS3 C. The brand new Xbox system comes with everything you need in order to get started for online play.
    3. PS3 is starting an optional pay service of their own.
    4. Xbox is only 50 bucks a YEAR. People constantly complain about having to pay money for online play... if you can't pay fifty dollars a year you shouldn't be playing games anyway because 50 bucks is cheaper than a game itself.
    5. Xbox has better features for Facebook and music and the like, no Blu-Ray unfortunately but if you're only getting a PS3 for Blu-Ray then you don't need to worry about games lol.
    6. Xbox does not make you download your purchased game to the harddrive so that it can make load times "faster" unless you absolutely want to.

  7. passthejelly profile image73
    passthejellyposted 13 years ago

    I've played the online for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360, and I've noticed absolutely no difference besides having to pay on Xbox.  The service is exactly the same, and I don't know how you could notice a difference in simple internet connection.


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