Such a grandiose claim might be quickly dismissed as overly-enthusiastic marketing babble, but Teversham at least made an attempt to justify his rhetoric.
Despite the fact that, in theory, the Xbox 360 and PS3 have comparable hardware architectures, Teversham believes that the ease of use of Microsoft's development software, combined with the year's head start that developers have had writing games for the Xbox 360, will keep that platform "ahead of the curve for two to three years."
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