Eurogamer posted up a story yesterday clarifying what David Seeholzer from EA Games had said about Red Alert 3 looking better on the PS3.
Apparently he had stated the day before that fans can expect
â€œbetter graphics [and] improved performanceâ€
When pushed further he clarifies this by saying the PS3 version will be better is because they have a dedicated team working on it and that they were able to use more complex rendering than the PC (and 360) version.
This story was then picked up and spreads as proof that the PS3 version is better and I then received a nice email from Nick (not our Nick) asking why I didn’t post about it.
Well the reason I ignored it yesterday is not because I am a raving Xbox 360 fanboy or that I hate the PS3. It’s actually because this isn’t the first time that EA have come out and said this and as of yet they haven’t been able to fulfil this promise.
I hope they do manage to pull it off and when the game is released I am sure that the technical geniuses around the world will compare it thoroughly to the Xbox 360 version that has already been released, and we will be able to answer this question.
However until then this is just getting filed under the same the press release rantings that we see from all the publishers and distributors around the world.
Source: Eurogamer[Thanks Nick for the email]
Last Updated: January 23, 2009