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Major Revision - 1 James Klepin Professor Bohn Xbox 360 and...

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1 James Klepin Professor Bohn December 11, 2007 Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 With the Nintendo Wii in very short supply, gamers looking to get a new system, whether for themselves or as a Christmas gift, must essentially choose between the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The main differences gamers will be concerned about are which system has the better price, which system has the better extra features, which system has better online gaming and which system has a better game selection. The information on both systems in one place gives avid gamers a guide as to which system best fits their needs. The Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 dramatically differ in price with the Playstation 3 costing $100 dollars more. Playstation 3’s 80 GB model is priced at $499 while the Xbox 360 Premium has a price tag of $399. Being priced lower, the Xbox 360 is the better choice for the price, but lacks some extra features the Playstation 3 includes. Extra features on video game systems have come to include, hard drives, high definition graphics and backwards compatibility, among other features. The Xbox 360 Premium includes a
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