I just finished playing through the 360 and PS3 versions of the DMC 4 demo several times. Graphically, they are almost virtually identical and run at 60fps without a hitch, but I have to give a slight nod to the PS3 version. Really, it's so close as to call it a tie, but there are a few areas where the 360 falters graphically IMO. Everything seems to have a slight blur/haze on the 360. While it's not graphically pleasing, it does give a smoother appearance than the PS3 with less jaggies. However, the overall quality of the environments and textures is greater on the PS3. While the 360 does indeed have higher resolution textures, it suffers greatly from AF (anisotropic filtering) issues as seen in shimmering textures; a problem that the PS3 version is mostly devoid of. The "shimmering" issue really does detract from the overall final image and really knocks points off the 360's graphic score IMO. Finally, the lighting just looks a tad better on the PS3. The HDR lighting on the PS3 just has a more effervescent, ethereal feel that really brings the environments to life, whereas the 360's lighting is a little more harsh. Like I said, close call, but I have to give the PS3 the upper-hand. Control is another issue where the 360 seems to come up short again. The PS3 controller seems better suited to playing DMC 4, most likely since the gameplay is so similar to DMC 2 and 3; this makes sense since both of which were born and bred on the PS2. Also, the controls overall feel a bit more responsive, as if they are just fine-tuned a notch higher on the PS3. But again, as with the graphics, the difference is so small as to be inconsequential...almost. The gameplay, as mentioned before, is straight from DMC 2,3. There aren't many innovations here, but perhaps the full game has more in store than what's seen in the demo? If you're a fan of the DMC series, this is more of the same for sure, and you'll certainly enjoy the demo, if not the entire game upon release. I always thought the 360 would win out graphically in any cross-platform titles, but this demo has proved me wrong on that one. I also thought Burnout Paradise looked a bit better on the PS3 as well, again with similar issues as noted above. Perhaps the 360 is showing it's age, and/or the devs. are really learning to flex the PS3s muscles. This all has me very curious how GTA IV is going to fare. In my opinion, if you have both systems and are deciding which version to get, I'd go with the PS3 personally. Regardless, it's probably best to try out both demos for yourself to see which you prefer. In fact, I'm curious to hear peoples' thoughts. Overall, playing the demo certainly has me salivating, seeing as I'm a huge DMC fan, and Feb. 5 seems so far away now...I'm definitely counting the days.