Plus you get DLC sooner.
So there you go. Not to mention you also want to get GTA 5 and if Microsoft is keeps its DLC timed exclusive they will get all the new DLC first just like they get with Call of Duty games.There will be Black Friday specials everywhere, but for many of you, GameStop's will likely be the most important. So here, courtesy of discount specialists CheapAssGamer, are what's reported to be the specialist retailer's deals.
The standout deal is obviously the pair of home console bundles offered on Friday, in particular a 250GB Xbox 360 with Skyrim, Forza 4 and Call of Duty Blacks Ops II all for $250.
Considering Black Ops II has only just been released at full price, and will likely remain the holiday season's biggest-selling game, that's one hell of a saving for anyone looking for a 360 under the Christmas tree this year.
There's also some extra gains to be had on certain trade-ins and a whole range of titles discounted to between $10-$30. The full list is below.
I would get a 360 especially with this deal.
Timed exclusive DLC is a joke. Big deal.
http://www.zavvi.com/games/consoles/...b25zb2xlcyE%3D I have used them before to import some games. Also all PS3 games are region free, so if you want to import a PS3 or a game from the US it would be fine.
Go with the cheaper option since none of the factors people bring up seem to matter to you..
I love my xbox... I play online with friends or just play solo campaigns and sports games and such.. hardly any of my friends have PS3's tho
My roommate has both but only brought his xbox to our place from home if that tells you anything
I suggest a ps3 if you're a casual gamer and especially since all the titles you listed are multi-platform. The ps3 has free online play and a bunch of bonus features such as blu-ray etc.
I only want to play fifa 13, nba 2k13 and gta v when that comes out. No point spending alot of money just to play those games.
I've had both.. Have had the ps3 3 times and have sold it a couple months later each time. 360 ftw.