The PS3 version features full voice-acting and a new ‘action button’ that allows for different scenarios including real-time damage and finisher moves

Are you one of the many PS3 owners who bought both PS3 and Xbox 360 systems? If so, have you upgraded to either of those machines recently? We’ve gathered together some of the best PS3 games and Xbox 360 games that have been available on both platforms and they’ve all been pointing out that they’re not only worth buying, they’re better. This isn’t a definitive list, of course. You might want to consult the likes ofKotakufor the firm’s recommendations. WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2007 (PS3, 360) This year’s WWE action-adventure is the most well-rounded and comprehensive WWE game to date. The PS3 version of the game is actually a port of the Xbox 360 version, which contains a handful of extras not found on the PS3 edition. There’s no agonising story mode, too. Instead, this is a straight boxing game where you’re punching guys in the face until your jab has connected and you’ve cleared the ring. It’s a shame there aren’t more games like this, but at the same time, it’s great to see WWE games on PlayStation 3 at all. The PS3 version features full voice-acting and a new ‘action button’ that allows for different scenarios including real-time damage and finisher moves. The 360 version doesn’t include any of that stuff, but it does have the option of turning it off. All in all, there’s a vast difference in quality. There are still issues with the physics engine (due to some of the objects and collisions the PS3 version seemed to suffer from) and the textures on the textures. But if you skipped out on this PS3 version, now’s the time to jump back in. WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2007 (PS3, 360) This year’s WWE action-adventure is the most well-rounded and comprehensive WWE game to date. The PS3 version of the game is actually a port of the Xbox 360 version, which contains a handful of extras not found on the PS3 edition. There’s no agonising story mode, too. Instead, this is a boxing game where you’re punching guys in the face until your jab has connected and you’ve cleared the ring. It’s a shame there aren’t more games like this, but at the same time, it’s great to see WWE games on PlayStation 3 at all. The PS3 version features full voice-acting and a new ‘action button’ that allows for different scenarios including real-time damage and finisher moves. The 360 version doesn’t include any of that stuff, but it does have the option of turning it off. All in all, there’s a vast difference in quality. There are still issues with the physics engine (due to some of the objects and collisions the PS3 version seemed to suffer from), the textures on the textures. But if you skipped out on this PS3 version, now’s the time to jump back in. WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2007 (PS3, 360) This year’s WWE action-adventure is the most well-rounded and comprehensive WWE game to date. The PS3 version of the game is actually a port of the Xbox 360 version, which contains a handful of extras not found on the PS3 edition. There’s no agonising story mode, too. Instead, this is a boxing game where you’re punching guys in the face until your jab has connected and you’ve cleared the ring. It’s a shame there aren’t more games like this, but at the same time, it’s great to see WWE games on PlayStation 3 at all. The PS3 version features full voice-acting and a new ‘action button’ that allows for different scenarios including real-time damage and finisher moves. The 360 version doesn’t include any of that stuff, but it does have the option of turning it off. All in all, there’s a vast difference in quality.