^^ Yes, PS3 has all the same sports game except you need to be aware that right now, at least, the batch of football games from EA and 2k run at 30 frames per second on PS3 and 60 fps on 360.
First party Sony sports games run at 60 fps as far as I know.
What does this mean? It's a difference in speed, responsiveness, and smoothness.
Here's my situation:
Long/short: I went through 2 360's last year. I bought one at launch that had some of the typical bugaboos that I got rid of after a few months and then a second 360 that I bought when NCAA 2007 came out. That unit ate 3 discs, scratched them to hell, and did it to two other games. I gave up and got rid of that one as well when the PS3 came out.
I've been very happy with my PS3 for gaming and Blu-Ray but then you come into stupidity like this fps issue for the 360 football games vs. the PS3 issue. I've tried both versions and I really preferred the 360 versions for the faster fps.
So now we're all aware of all the doom 'n' gloom, wretched hardware news and failure rates that MS is fielding these days with the 360.
So here's an honest question: If I wanted to try "third time's the charm" and get yet another 360, possibly even an Elite...what can I do to try and put myself in a place where I can get a 360 that isn't under that 30-33 percent failure rate?
I want to make sure I get a new system that has newer/better/fixed hardware if I decide to do it.
Make any sense?