BRIGHTON BASED gaming site, Eurogamer, has an in-depth look at the difference between GTA IV on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Though both consoles do a good job, it seems the 360 just pips the PS3 for image quality.
This isn't the only area in which the Xbox has the slight edge - Microsoft has released data claiming the 360 has sold over 60 per cent of the launch week copies of GTA IV.
Xbox 360 Not only has Microsoft won more sales of GTA IV, it also ensured Microsoft sold a bucket load of consoles.
Gamedaily.com reports that 360 sales jumped 125 per cent.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 group product manager Aaron Greenberg has attacked Sony for what he sees as a failure to deliver on promises made by the firm.
"Where are all the other products using and networking with their Cell chip? How come Blu-ray did not result in better games? What happened with Sixaxis and rumble? Where is the complete 1080p game library we were promised? If Blu-ray, as they said, would be such a catalyst to PS3 console sales, then why have PS3 sales over the past couple months not seen any lift since the format victory?" he said, among a longer rant viewable here.
Gears of War 2 gameplay footage has finally been released, and it's looking as good as we'd hoped. Check it out here.
Speaking at the Playstation Day during last week, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Kaz Hirai apologised for teething problems during the launch year of the Playstation 3 and the disappointment of delaying Playstation Home - the highly anticipated social networking application which will be launched free of charge for owners of the console.
Sony's PSP goes from strength-to-strength this year, with news that gamers have purchased another 100,000 units in the week ending May 4th.
Sony has finally launched the PSP headset with Skype functionality in the US, after previously debuting in Japan in March. Joystiq has the details.
Whilst Sony's PSP is selling strongly, Nintendo's Wii software is selling by the bucket-load.
Mario Kart on the Wii has already sold 1 million in Japan.
Nintendo has switched on a new 'Nintendo' Wii channel in the US, that offers game trailers, interviews, DS demos and a game rating system.
The channel is available as a free download in the Wii Shop's WiiWare section.
It seems EA want a piece of the success of Wii Fit, and will be releasing an EA branded Wii fitness game - which utilises the Nintendo-supplied balance board. µ
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