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COD Black Ops: Better on Xbox 360 than PS3, PC?

We have some interesting news to bring you now, as it has been reported that Microsoft’s Xbox director of entertainment and marketing Stephen McGill has stated directly that the best version of Call of Duty: Black Ops, will be the Xbox 360 version.

We know that Sony would obviously think the same about the PS3 version, but it’s strange for either company to come out publicly and actually have the nerve to say it. When speaking in a recent interview with MCV, here is what he had to say:

“Obviously everyone knows the best place to play Black Ops is on Xbox 360. But there are so many great games still to come out. For Q4 there hasn’t been a better line-up for years.”

Obviously? Maybe that is because Microsoft has already secured exclusive DLC for the game and even had a closed beta exclusive for the Xbox 360, while PS3 owners sat back and watched.

But what would make the Xbox 360 version better than the PS3 version? It’s a pretty bold statement, let us know your thoughts on this.


  • Dean

    Any one who thinks Xbox is better that PS3 clear only owns an Xbox, and any one who think consols are better than PC can't afford a good PC. There are more people on Xbox cause it costs less money (to start with). So it all boils down to a few facts? What system do you own? If having an extra 20 000 or so people on line and paying for online gaming suits your fancy then go Xbox (ohh and DLC sooner, but lets not forget your kinda paying for the extras). But if you want 1080p cut seens and full HD sound then Ps3 and PC are your only choice. As well PS3 and PC tend to have less children playing them so, that is a plus.

  • RollerCoaster47

    Well obviously for it to not be the same on both consoles there has to be something more than the game itself and chances are Microsoft once again secured a deal to get DLC early or exclusive like they did in MW2 or something along those lines. Gay Microsoft always sucking Infinity Ward's cock.


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