fabricatedlunatic said:My favourite PS3 game is Yakuza 4. At heart it's an RPG with surprisingly deep action-based combat as its primary component, but it's a game so huge and with so many fun distractions that you're bound to find plenty more worth doing.
Also highly recommended:
Valkyria Chronicles (innovative and beautiful strategy RPG)
Sly Collection (three accessible PS2 platformers tarted up in HD)
Uncharted 1 & 2 (spectacular cinematic action games)
Bayonetta is brilliant but seeing as you have access to both HD consoles I'd recommend the 360 version. The game was developed for the 360 then apparently given a quick and dirty PS3 port, and the results were not good.Jambo said:Bayonetta for some action based good times.
I've played the PS3 port, and the only notable differences were that prior to an update released over a year ago, the PS3 version had some bad loading times, and the colours are not as bright, a bit like comparing US TV and UK TV.
And apparently the frame rate is better on the 360 version, according to the link above. Didn't know that until today, and never noticed anything bad about the frame rate when playing.
You are better off committing to one console. PS3. Especially since the 360 has reached it's limit, while the PS3 is still improving and surpassing. Plus you get free online gaming. If you pay for Xbox Live, then get into an RPG for a month or so, you've just wasted money paying for a service you've not been using.