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Tue, Sep 25, 2012 | 16:46 BST
Dishonored will be the subject of the latest episode of the SyFy series Face Off. For those unfamiliar with the show, it tasks make-up and FX artists with completing a designated task and the winner gets to stay on the show. It’s pretty interesting sometimes, and if you are looking forward to Dishonored, tonight’s show should be right up your alley. Face Off airs on the SyFy Channel tonight at 9.00pm EDT. Have a sneak peek below.
Thu, May 17, 2012 | 19:59 BST
Activision has released a video for Modern Warfare 3 Content Collection #2, showing the new Face Off maps set to music you’d hear while traversing main street in an old west town at high noon. Content Collection #2 contains the Multiplayer/Survival Mode Maps Sanctuary, Foundation and Oasis, Special Ops Missions Iron Clad and Switch Back and the Face Off maps Getaway and Lookout. While premium Elite members received the pack on May 15, and everyone else received the Face Off content the following day, the pack can be downloaded via Xbox Live on May 22 for 1200 Microsoft Points/$14.99. All content will be available on other platforms at a later date.
Fri, May 11, 2012 | 19:17 BST
Activision has released screenshots for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Collection #2 as well as the behind-the-scenes preview video for the Face Off maps Aground and Erosion. The video, which was posted last week, was previously exclusive to IGN. Content Collection #2 launches on May 22 and also included Multiplayer/Survival Mode Maps, Special Ops Missions 1200 MS Points /$14.99. Premium Elite members can download the content on May 15. The two Face Off maps will be available on Xbox Live to Elite Premium members on May 15 as well and to everyone else on XBL May 16. All content will be available on PC and PS3 once the exclusivity period on 360 ends.
Thu, Nov 19, 2009 | 18:13 GMT
Looks like Assassin’s Creed II has been given the Digital Foundry treatment with the latest Face-Off between the 360 and PS3 versions of the game.
Here’s the final analysis:
“It’s fair to say that while Assassin’s Creed II has a number of important advantages on Xbox 360, the crucial thing is that the improvements to the PS3 engine are such that the performance deficit isn’t going to get in the way of having a great time.
“It’s an essential game on both platforms, but if you’ve got both consoles, the 360 version is clearly the more solid performer.”
Fri, Nov 07, 2008 | 15:03 GMT
Eurogamer’s published one of its trademark comparison features, this time focussing solely on the differences between the three versions of Fallout 3.
We won’t spoil the outcome for you. Take a look.
Mon, May 26, 2008 | 22:10 BST
Gamespot has published a third 360/PS3 comparison article for those of you who like console hardware performance analysis.
They compare eight games including Cod4, Assassins Creed and GTA4.
“The PlayStation 3 generally lags behind the Xbox 360 in high-quality textures and the depth/normal maps that go with them,” it reads. “However, in the same games, the PlayStation 3 sometimes comes ahead with better shadowing and antialiasing.
“Overall, the PlayStation 3 outputs visuals that are either on par with the Xbox 360 or only slightly behind.”
So there we go. No-one won. Loads of screenshots and stuff about pixels and lighting through the link.
By Mike Bowden