NVIDIA Collaborates with Sony for Playstation 3

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  1. V3

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    The Bouncer.
     
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    You're kidding. Adding cheesy motion blur doesn't not equal superb graphics.

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    Out of your 3 you gave only DOA3 I would consider, As for Halo and RSC you must be kidding.

    Beside, I said the Bouncer, sometimes after Xbox launched we had a gamenight for DOA3, This question came up, the gals voted for the Bouncer, most of the guys voted DOA3, but since the gals outnumbered the guys, the Bouncer won. That's why I said the Bouncer.

    Its not the motion blur, the characters in the game are dolls like DOA3 characters.
     
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    Not kidding at all. I consider RSC to have the best graphics of those three.

    It's the scenery in DOA3 that sets it apart, not the characters.

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    You also need to compare same genres too.
    The 3 listed are about right. I am sure someone will mention GT3, but apart from PD high resource modelling accumlated over the years, RSC does look better imo. If you give DICE access to PD intricate model data and resources, im sure Xbox will do it proud.
     
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    alternate link to that PPT:

    http://www.ps3portal.com/downloads/cell.ppt
     
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