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bloomberg23 posted... Why are you trying to start flame bait
He has a legitimate interest in how the game runs on both platforms. How is that "flame baiting?" He knows how stupid people on here can be, which is why he specifically stated that people not be biased in their responses. Can you not read?
Back on topic, I've only tried out the 360 version but it seems to run well in comparison to Ninja Gaiden 3, which runs rather poorly on 360. I think you'll be safe with either platform but I haven't seen a proper breakdown or comparison of either version. Sorry!
I have only played the DOA5 demo on Xbox 360 and it runs pretty smooth. All of the other Dead or Alive games have been on the Xbox platform, DOA3 and DOAU on Xbox and DOA4 on Xbox 360 with the exception of DOA2 Hardcore on PS2. I assume that both will play well but I would lean more towards Xbox 360 mainly because it has lived on Xbox for most of the series life.
Still, we should obviously wait till the game releases and decide which console it runs better on.
I have the entire series on Xbox but I'm probably going with PS3 on this one. Better controller, free online. Couldn't care less about those ridiculous side-by-side graphics comparisons, I grew up with the SNES