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The graphical capabilities of consoles in no way affect a dev's ability to provide additional high-end settings on the PC version, and you know it. See every PC vs Consoles face-off ever.
How did you not manage to mention TF2 once in this review?
Titanfall 2 has added a grappling hook, according to a new leak.
You see, the survivors can't kill the hunter. The best they can do is flee. To do this they must disable a series of generators to unlock the exit, then escape the stage
"reached a very different demographic than a traditional EA game."
Read some bullshit statements on the internet over the years but this is fucking epic. This is the perfect ea game aimed perfectly at the ea demographic. It couldn't possibly be better aimed.
As for the game selling for pennies, that's just the shady gray market.
For sure, one of the reasons I've been gaming on console all these years is that it actually is possible to game much more affordably on consoles compared to the PC.
It's pretty laughable that given how 'underpowered' and 'rubbish' the xb1 is that the unlimited power of the pc can only make this much difference.
If you have to zoom in on an advertising board to try and show the difference it's probably not a difference worth noticing
Each of PC's additions stack up too, and taken as a whole it amounts to the best looking incarnation of the game.
Kind of funny that you consider the XB1 full version as "an inferior version" compared to the PC version that has half the content.
Interesting, very interesting - stokes chin-
"You can play Elite on the XBO, rather than building a PC, but the result isn't the same." a lot cheaper though :D
For a budget i3 PC paired with a GTX 750 Ti, it does exactly what it says on the tin, adapting the game's visual settings to keep playback smooth on a bandwidth restricted GPU. It works brilliantly, and the applications could stretch to many other games.
Swings both ways too, I was looking at spending nearly £900 on a PC early last year mainly for Elite Dangerous, then it was announced for the XB1, saved me loads of cash.
It was a pleasure :p
Please provide evidence of a game running on console with Uncharted 4's visuals (or above even) and a framerate that isn't hanging around the 30fps and below mark.
Go on, tell us some more about how your PC games are so much better looking. Try a bit harder. :D
This isn't about the "art". It would be the polite thing to do if you read the article first, maybe? Just so that we're all on the same page here?
A master race member who needs to justify himself.
Well, i guess Uncharted 4 is a complete success :p
And don't forget that real life is better than 3000p/600hz ;-)
You're welcome :p
The best looking game ever made. Looks better than any PC game.
Highly polished on all platforms, with PC offering further refinement.
Its not like you didnt know what was coming when you bought a titan x right George. You've had 18 months of the highest end single GPU gaming and were happy to pay the price.
Titan X owners get wrecked.
One of the most supine interviews I've seen outside a football stadium tunnel. Chris Bratt let the interviewee from CA steamroller him. It's clear the developers are trying to cream an extra layer of profit from us, the ever gullible customers. That really needed to be put to the guy more forcefully and the views of gamers here more fully represented.
Talking of "teh cloud", the Forza Motorport 6: Apex beta is set to be released today on UWP. Should be... interesting.
If publishers monetise PS4 Neo updates to PS4 games then there'll be mountains of money to be made.
If it's a case of patching in higher performance settings, then surely if a game has released on PC with higher frame rates and better graphics the developer can just port those settings across in a patch
What's especially exciting about this, is that your existing PS4 library can benefit too. While all existing games will run as standard on the new hardware, it's understood developers have the option to update their existing titles with a 'forwards compatibility' patch, allowing older games to utilise the much more powerful new hardware. This could take any number of forms: perhaps running at closer to PC's top visual settings, or simply tightening up lacklustre performance.
Good that they've done this but lets not give them too much praise, they wanted to charge and still would be if it wasn't for the backlash.
Still don't know why they don't make an actual turn based Warhammer 40k game that's, you know, like the table top game.
Current gen consoles like PS4/XB1 dont have this problem.
Christ, they made a considered business decision to hold the game back. What difference will those three or four months really make to you? Surely there's something else you can play in that period of time while you wait - maybe several of these incredibly well-priced games in the article above?
Battlefield 4 (PC)