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« Digital Foundry In-Depth Comparison of Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Street Fighter X Tekken »

When a major title like Street Fighter X Tekken is released, many players out there would like to know which version is better.  Some players like to make comparisons to troll online forums while others are multi-console owners with a legit question.  Whatever your motive, Eurogamer brings us a Digital Foundry comparison of both versions in-depth.  Continue reading for a sample, or read the full article here.
The additional edge smoothing also gives the 360 version a slightly more refined look: subtle details in parts of the artwork appear mildly clearer due to there being less edge-shimmering present, with the game appearing a little cleaner in this respect. However, when viewing the action from a few feet away on a relatively small HDTV, the difference between the two is barely noticeable at all and the 360's very small advantage quickly fades away. It's only on larger 1080p screens, where the pixels are magnified and the upscaling artifacts become more noticeable, that the benefits are more tangibly felt.

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