Odd.Via a QED HDMI cable.
Well I've not done a direct game to game comparrison like that simply because (1) it is pointless buying the same gae on two different machines, and (2) generaly one will look better than the other because of the game being ported rather than written specifically for that machine. Looking at lead platform games or exclusives is a far better indicator of the quality of the output on the machine.http://www.gametrailers.com/player.php?id=15369&type=mov&pl=game
Call of Duty 3 - Xbox 360 vs. PS3 vs. Wii Comparison
Depends really on your connection and display. There you go. The EndI've been playing on my PS3 for the last few weeks, yesterday I came to play my xbox360 (via VGA) and I noticed how much more vived and colourful it was compared to the ps3, the ps3 looks pale and washed out.
Does anyone else agree?
that may not be a ps3 issue.i believe its down to a contrast/brightness issue with the hdmi outpu, its been mentioned on here before. there seems to be a bit of a bug where black isnt really black, but more grey. to compensate i've jsut had to lower the brightness another 7 steps or so and it's all fine again. its a good job i can have separate settings for each input.
i'd imagine a software update is all thats needed.
You can also set YCbCr since Firmware 1.3 for HDMI, I believe it's both for games and BD playback, but I could be wrong on that, I can't remember what menu setting it was under.Someone correct me If I`m wrong but as far as I`m aware the PS3 uses RGB colour space via hdmi for games which means the picture is far brighter than component colour space what the 360 uses. I have to drop my brightness -20 compared to my 360 settings, which I don`t mind to be honest as I tend to find the 360 image a little to dark on some games for my liking.
If you look in Bluray/dvd settings you will find it gives you the option to alter the colour space for movie playback ( HDMI can do RGB and Component colour space) component is default which it should be. No option to alter it for games though.