Zone of the Enders HD Collection PS3 vs. Xbox 360

PlayStation 3 version lacks motion blur, has less frames per second.

The Xbox 360 version of Zone of the Enders HD Collection has the upper-hand on the PlayStation 3 version, according to games comparison blog Game wa Kimama ni.

In regards to animated cutscenes, there is little to no difference between both versions.

With motion blur, however, the PlayStation 3 version features little to none.

Compared to the Xbox 360 version, the PlayStation 3 version is a little whitish.

In terms of cutscene frame rate, the Xbox 360 version has an average rate of 54.429fps, and a min-max of 28.5-60fps with 0% tear. The PlayStation 3 version has an average of 48.527fps with a min-max of 22-60fps with 0% tear.

As for play scene frame rate, the Xbox 360 version has an average of 39.983fps with a min-max of 23-60fps and 0% tear. The PlayStation 3 version has an average of 32.218fps with a min-max of 20-60fps and 0% tear.

According to the blog, the results for the Xbox 360 version are good, but no matter how you look at it, you can’t say it’s a 60fps game. It’s very noticeable that it is about the same frame rate as the original PS2 version. That said, it appears that it was more advantageous to equip Xbox 360 with eDRAM similar to that of PS2.

Zone of the Enders HD Collection hits North America on Tuesday, October 30.

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