@GhostJr The graphics and resolution of both systems are identical. The only way you would notice a difference is if you had an incredibly large HD screen in which case Xbox would appear slightly sharper and clearer. The PS3 does boast free online gameplay but at the cost of later DLC releases and a less secure network. PS3 is considerably easier to exploit and hack which can be a benefit if you're a modder like me but is a drawback for most people due to the gameplay it ruins. The PS3 did hit a stroke of genius with their Move feature but it can be easily rivaled by the Kinect on Xbox which does not require a bulky controller. The blu-ray player included with PS3 is mainly a gimmick and although it may be useful is easily covered by the large price tag. Also without a pay-to-play online PS3 loses many online only features available to Xbox. Despite all this I had, until recently, considered the PS3 and Xbox similar. The take down of the PSN by first a 16 year-old and then a 19 year-old finally convinced me to see the truth. Xbox is a superior system in many ways. Those who argue against its superiority are most likely PS3 owners still in denial of buying their overpriced console that will inevitably fall into the ranks of old and useless machinery before too long.
I Know Xbox360 Is better And we are better now because PS3's internet got hacked by a 19 year old kid