5 It's why we do it.Willthechump | 01/07/2008 | See all Willthechump's reviews (6)Why do we play console games? Is it to show skill? Is it to kill time? No, it is for fun. Fun in the form of doing things that aren't possible in this world. I'm never going to own a plasma rifle and fight the covenant, I'm never going to hunt down locust and I'm probably never going to drive a vast array of supercars. We play consoles to allow us to experience exciting feats that are impossible in the real world. So the most important factor is the gameplay. Gameplay is the fluidity of movement, the ease, yet presicion of controll over your character and/or environment. It is important that we 'feel' the game to get a truly enjoyable experience out of it. The Xbox 360 delivers this. As compared to the PS3, the controller is more rounded, nicer to the touch. Buttons have been mounted on cylinders in minature tunnels with in lined springs to give a more pleasant feel to pressing the button. The progressive triggers allow us to slowly apply breaks to a car or to deliver just a single bullet rather than a stream. It is details like this, time pent on ergonomics that make the Xbox 360 superior. I will admit that the PS3 may have better graphics, but the Xbox 360s' are plenty good enough. And when it comes to gameplay, the Xbox 360 wins hands down. For a more pleasant gaming experience, buy this console.