Whatever side of the fence you're on, you should find the Witcher 2 360/PC comparison video below from everybody's favourite Swedish Viking commentator Robbaz interesting. As you'll see, the footage holds true to our 360 review, in which we stated PC easily wins out, but 360 still holds it own:
"Assassins of Kings is absolutely gorgeous on PC, and hardware as old as the Xbox 360 just doesn’t stack up. There’s an unfortunate problem with flickering, in that the screen flashes briefly whenever you’re exiting a cutscene or selling items to a vendor. Fog effects are also prone to shifting on and off during dialogue sequences, which is a little distracting.
That said, Witcher 2 must be one of the best looking RPGs for the console, and it runs quite smoothly with minimal pop-in textures. Most surprising of all is the absence of horribly muddied surfaces, something that many console gamers have simply grown used to seeing. Dynamic lighting clearly differentiates time of day, though perhaps not to the same breathtaking extent as Skyrim, and textural details hold in and out of cutscenes. Overall, this is a stunning game, just not nearly as stunning as the PC version. Anyone can see, however, that CD Projekt isn’t cutting corners when it comes to visuals."
See for yourself: