Sneak your way through the game in style.
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Boss guides, bonfires and everything in between.
It's fine in slow moving scenes but breaks up sooner during action.
Blu-ray isn't perfect either, but what can you expect with a compression ratio of 20:1 to 30:1 after chroma subsampling. (570mbps source)
Someone has already mentioned that there is a big difference in file sizes between a downloaded 1080p movie of 2-6 GB and a typical BD one which is 25-40 GB. Streamed/downloaded movies are nowhere near as high quality as what you get on the best BDs and that's because they aren't limited by network bandwidths.
Unless the compression is astounding then I don't think streaming 4K content is going to give you the best experience.
mobile has proven irrelevant for what the market calls hardcore gamers
I'm baffled you think the basic voice support offered by Sony is anything like as powerful as the Kinect's.
Borderlands 2 isn't a multiplayer only game.
It would have been a very different game on the Vita I would suspect.
Cause I hate sitting on the couch with 3 remote controls?
So to clarify the Xbox One has higher resolution, less texture pop in, higher frame rate and smoother controls?
this is mainly for PC right now - as there's so much abstraction away from the hardware that you need the APIs to get closer to the metal.
There's also mention of it being a Day 1 Digital release, confirming a physical version.
Rare has an unusually challenging task with Kinect Sports Rivals, then. It must reignite interest in motion control games in general and, specifically, it must convince sceptical Xbox One owners (and potential owners) that Kinect 2.0 has relevance in interactive entertainment
There's the 'good old' fudge of American stuff being converted to 24fps and then slightly sped up to 25fps to remove judder in PAL territories.
Never noticed any significant judder.
Don't know about every service and every tv but my SONY TV defiantly flicks between 50hz and 60hz as needed.
Using the Netflix app it is smooth regardless of content.
My Samsung tv (which wasn't even that expensive) has Netflix, media servers, etc. built in.
I only use it for games with good gameplay. Sorry, Ubishit, you can keep your massively repetitive, overproduced trash "games".
Well all I know is I've never given FB a penny and I don't intend to start now.
Although some of it WILL be used to develop new firmware and lock down hardware deals (such is the nature of acquisitions; part of it is paying off the current shareholders of course but it's not the only thing that money goes towards!)
though my back catalogue