Posted 17 April 2009 - 11:43 PM
It'd be best to know the specs of your computer. Also, with games these days, it's more or less a trial and error thing. Watch some videos of people playing the games and see if it's to your taste. Or, if you know of some friends who has it, ask them if you can play the game on their computer to demo it (as some games these days have a locking system that won't allow you to multi-install games). Also, with computer specs, make sure that the game you want to get is compatable with your computer.
I can't tell you which is better as I haven't played either game. Even if I did play either of them, I still wouldn't be able to tell you which is better for you. Some people generally will tell you that this or that is better, but not everyone will like the same thing, nor would youi like the same thing others do (I tried to play Street Fighter, but I couldn't get into it; whereas I tried to play Soul Calibur and I really enjoy that game. It's a matter of preference as to what kinds of games you like, what you care about, what you don't care about, etc.)
Also to add, if you don't have any friends that plays either game, you can see if they have any official downloads of a demo of the game that you can install and trial play. That's my best advice.
If you have any questions, you can go ahead and ask.
"Ototo'i wa usagi o mita no...Kino wa shika...Kyo wa anata." -Kotomi Ichinose (Clannad) [see below for translation]
"Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you." -The Dandelion Girl
"You are not alone, and you are not strange. You are you, and everyone has damage. Be the better person." -Katawa Shoujo