I've done it plenty of times, on X-Box and Los Lover has been banging the whole "inferior machine is actually better" drum since the start.
He is of course wrong, but doesn't realise that the reason why X-Box people don't sit around replying to his posts much about which system is better, is because we are actually spending that time playing the superior version.
It's cause he only owns a PS2, if he only owned a mega-drive he'd be going on that Rugby World Cup 95 has better graphics than R2005.
It's sad that he can't afford an X-Box, but those of us who have both consoles can safely say which version is better.
My friend who owns both consoles bought the PS2 version because the whole shoulder button passing issue annoyed him about the X-Box version. He finally sold me the PS2 version a week ago for $30, so he could get the X-Box version. He hated the layout of the sprint/change player controls and found it easier on the X-Box on top of the better graphics.
He doesn't own component cables and doesn't want them, and just compared straight graphics. No contest there.
So, why did I buy the PS2 version? I wanted to examine all the differences between the two versions and then give it to my nephew for his birthday.
By the way I have component cables and have carefully examined graphic quality difference between PS2 (component) and X-Box (only S-Video) and even on S-Video it is clear by a margin that graphic quality is much better on the X-Box.
If he thinks I've got an agenda against Sony products or whatever other point he may raise, well, I own 8 Sony electronic components, and will get a PSP as soon as they come out in NZ.
Los, I know how stubborn you are on this point, so I'm not trying to change your mind, just let people know that they get an enjoyable game whatever the format.