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The PS3 / Xbox 360 Difference Compendium

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The 2x4 is obtained in the party room at the end of the game, not the insane store.

Right, except now it seems to be magically taken away from the Weapon area. Another glitch it seems.

Only if you have any local co-op going on when you get it.

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The 2x4 is obtained in the party room at the end of the game, not the insane store.

Right, except now it seems to be magically taken away from the Weapon area. Another glitch it seems.

Only if you have any local co-op going on when you get it.

Um no seriously, it is happening to more people then just me.

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I know I'm not really adding much to this topic, but the Weapons Frog is definitely deeper. It stands to reason there are a lot more weapons to come (or currently present and unfound) in the PS3 version.

I've played both; I own the PS3 and played it on my friend's Xbox 360. If you have doubts, just look at how far that Wooden Sword is from the Demon Sword!

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I know I'm not really adding much to this topic, but the Weapons Frog is definitely deeper. It stands to reason there are a lot more weapons to come (or currently present and unfound) in the PS3 version.

I've played both; I own the PS3 and played it on my friend's Xbox 360. If you have doubts, just look at how far that Wooden Sword is from the Demon Sword!

Is there a video on Youtube that shows us how deep it goes? The Xbox version does go a bit farther down after the Final Sword.

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On PS3, i've noticed on Barbarian War when the War Machine introduces itself, the music is delayed. 2 cannonballs hit the ground, then the music starts to play.

On Xbox, the music starts playing before the War Machine has rammed through the gate.

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I know I'm not really adding much to this topic, but the Weapons Frog is definitely deeper. It stands to reason there are a lot more weapons to come (or currently present and unfound) in the PS3 version.

I've played both; I own the PS3 and played it on my friend's Xbox 360. If you have doubts, just look at how far that Wooden Sword is from the Demon Sword!

Is there a video on Youtube that shows us how deep it goes? The Xbox version does go a bit farther down after the Final Sword.

That's a good question. I've never thought to look for one as I have the PS3 version. I do recall the Xbox version going a bit deeper than the final weapon, but i do believe the Frog is deeper in the PS3 version.

I suppose I could be mistaken, but we do have three confirmed new weapons (though for some reason the lollipop is missing). I just wonder if we can all (and hopefully Xbox owners included) look forward to some additional content in the future. Likely after BattleBlock Theater is near completion.

And hopefully these new weapons will include a Hammer and the Blacksmith to go with it!

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Guest danielbrown

Between the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360's decision is a difficult task. Although both two systems is very superior to the older generation video game consoles, they are more different from each other, ever. Though I own three systems, I believe there are five pieces to make PS3 the latest generation of video game systems, with the Xbox 360.

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The Bad

• Loading times are slightly longer.

• All You Can Quaff is gone.

• The level selection map has an annoying new border around it.

• The online multiplayer has numerous downsides. You can not have a partially private match; it's either straight public or straight private. You can not be signed on as multiple PSN IDs on the same PS3; it'll use Player 1's ID and put <1>, <2>, <3>, etc. depending on the player slot. Online connections are still capable of multiple names.

The Bad

• The online multiplayer has numerous downsides. You can not have a partially private match; it's either straight public or straight private. You can not be signed on as multiple PSN IDs on the same PS3; it'll use Player 1's ID and put <1>, <2>, <3>, etc. depending on the player slot. Online connections are still capable of multiple names.

The Bad

You can not be signed on as multiple PSN IDs on the same PS3; it'll use Player 1's ID and put <1>, <2>, <3>, etc. depending on the player slot.

The Ugly

You can not be signed on as multiple PSN IDs on the same PS3; it'll use Player 1's ID and put <1>, <2>, <3>, etc. depending on the player slot.

The Horrible

You can not be signed on as multiple PSN IDs on the same PS3; it'll use Player 1's ID and put <1>, <2>, <3>, etc. depending on the player slot.

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The same id can level up more than one char if playing on multiplayer

Hmm... Level up more than one character at once...?

Well then, if anybody needs me, I'll be learning to play Castle Crashers with two controllers at once.

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The same id can level up more than one char if playing on multiplayer

Hmm... Level up more than one character at once...?

Well then, if anybody needs me, I'll be learning to play Castle Crashers with two controllers at once.

Didn't you have a brother or something?

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