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Ignore the obviously bias Wii U/Nintendo fan.
on 6 September 2013
The fact that someone has gone to the trouble to try and effect the score of the 360 version compared to other versions is just sad.
I've bought it and its exactly the same, the Vita is the only version where levels were cut, but this is a known.
The 360 version is every bit as good at the PS3 version, sure, the game was made for the Wii U, so the controls will always be more suited to that system, but they been re-designed for 360/PS3 and PC and work pretty well.
Certainly, if you have never played the Wii U version, you'd never know anyway.
The 360 version DOES run in 1080p, and is NOT up scaled at all, so that information is totally false too. Both the 360 and the PS3 run at full HD 1080p, if anything its the Wii U version that suffers visually in comparison to other systems and PC.
To us a Quote From Eurgamer:
"All of these nuances are replicated expertly across all platforms. So from a visual perspective the only difference of note is the gamma set-up between platforms and the Wii U's limited-range RGB output. The 360 version features an image richer in contrast, where dark shadow details are slightly crushed due to the system's trademark higher gamma curve. Meanwhile, the Wii U game can look washed out on TVs that don't correctly support limited-range RGB over HDMI. It's also worth pointing out that on the PC there are no additional graphical enhancements, with the ability to adjust resolution and to run the game in windowed mode being the only options available."
So to sum up, the controls certainly aren't a good enough reason to buy a Wii U to play it on over any other version, that's for sure.
But it is a great game, its a shame some people can't just stay focused on that, instead of trying to slam one particular version into the ground.