Video Games Consoles
November 26, 2012
Video games have become popular over the years. The increase of new technology and video games graphics has become one of the fastest growing industries of the world. In fact two of the modern and finest distributors to the video game industries are Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Microsoft's Xbox 360. These two companies have created the most advanced home video game system consoles on the market. However, even though the PS3 and the Xbox 360 provide similar entertainment there are several technical differences that both consoles contain.
The PS3 and the Xbox 360 are decent consoles which have wireless controllers to play any video game. Each controller has the same number of buttons to function a video game. Video games in both systems have similar categories of games which are the following: fighting, sports, strategy, action, and shooter. There is also an online live feature that allows gamers to play video games online with people around the world with someone that has either a PS3 or an Xbox 360. This feature is developed in both consoles. Both video game systems can play DVDs, Cd's, and download videos or movies in high definition (HD). The photo gallery to view pictures is available for both systems. In addition, the permission to play downloaded music from a thumb drive to the console while playing a game is available. A thumb drive is a portable hard drive used for storing files and being able to take them with you wherever you go. A thumb drive as well is integrated with a USB (Universal Serial Bus). Universal Serial Bus (USB) drivers are located in the front of both systems for uploading files from a thumb drive to the console of the owners’ choice and taste.
Above all, in the wisdom of playing video games it is a requirement to have high quality graphics in a video game...
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