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There's also a couple of 5/10 on metacritic from reviewers who were more damning.
Play the game and make your own decision, not rant about someone not agreeing with your decision for a score on a game that you haven't even played yet.
Moreover, you are unable to make the difference between technical and visual differences... :)
It doesn't matter if 700p seems much more blurry than 720p to you. The pixel difference between 900p and 1080p is still far larger.
Fact : games having at the same time a superior resolution + superior framerate on 360 were very rare. And if the game had a superior resolution, the difference was laughable (+5% ?).
This gen, even with a resolution difference as large as 44% the PS4 often gets a superior framerate... the power difference is simply huge. Deal with it.
However, the reality of the situation is that while gameplay is virtually identical, it appears that Starbreeze Studios has compromised the PlayStation 3 version in a number of respects. The one thing that is immediately apparent is the omission of motion blur as you pan around - not necessarily a bad thing in my opinion (I disliked it in Perfect Dark Zero) but Starbreeze's implementation of it on The Darkness was pretty good; it certainly makes a difference in the game's opening car chase sequence and makes a good fist of papering over frame-rate inconsistencies. Over and above that, there's a signature lack of anti-aliasing (more on this later) and a definite reduction in texture detail. The occasional lighting effect here and there has also been changed and where they have been, they look less impressive on PlayStation 3.
The comparison gallery highlights pretty well both similarities and differences, but what it can't show is that the frame-rate also suffers a little in comparison to its 360 twin, which itself tends to struggle with the game's more complex environments. Loading times are a few seconds longer too.
So a lot of games had Mode 7 scaling on SNES, some ran faster on Mega Drive due to faster CPU etc. But for the most part they were more or less fairly even.
It then becomes a no brainer that subsequent machines are more powerful than what came before.
Its clearly a weaker and more incapable gaming system than the PS4, and when you consider its predecessor and the unlimited talents / financials of the company creating it, it really does make the whole system feel 'sh*t'.
Even Xbone exclusives, built from the ground up for the console (before Win 10), have serious issues/compromises to visuals that dampen the "new gen" experience.
PS3 games were so stunning, a lot of them still look amazing, 7 years later, like Killzone 2, God of War 3 or Uncharted 2.
Jesus Christ. Nerds shouldn't be allowed to own nice cars. There should be some sort of mandatory test to make sure you're adequately cool. (edit : FFS, judging by his number plate this guy is a C++ programmer. Is there literally anything sadder on earth ?)
We're not really privy to the publishing relationship with Sony, so I don't think anyone should presume anything. I think considering Japanese games sell heavily in Japan, mainland Europe and China (all places Xbox has no foothold in), Microsoft isn't publishing Japanese titles (in fact, they've basically dropped them, I.e Scalebound).
You know, there are real neo-Nazi's and far right extremists out there that you make look trivial by chucking the Nazi label at someone like this.
The guy has 52 million subscribers, compared to the number two YouTuber that has 30 million. He is arguably the most watched person on the planet,...In this video, he calls out the Jews for killing Jesus, and points out several times that Hitler did nothing wrong. At the very least, he is making the masses comfortable with our ideas. ... I hope he keeps doing this — staying chill, I mean. Not going too far. I think he’s aware that he’s eventually going to get banned — if he wasn’t ready for that, he wouldn’t be calling out the Jews head-on like this.
Yes, I'm saying that despite the context being available, people aren't taking it into account.
The conclusion you seem to be drawing is that he is actually an anti-semite, his reaction isn't genuine, and this is all some sort of ploy to get anti-semitic rhetoric out in public. "People are doubting his story and I don't blame them." Seems a little paranoid.
The term originated on college campuses by people claiming they need safe spaces and protection from things they find offensive with trigger warnings. I think the desire to be protected from anything that could potentially be considered offensive represents a very childish mindset and the people that use it as a term of mocking contempt are right to do so.
I agree the alt-right and gamergaters are largely fuckwits, but the biggest fuckwits are the safe space crowd. Adults that actually feel the need to be insulated from ideas they don't agree with. It's quite pathetic.
"I already did."
Did you miss the bit where I said I didn't make the accusation you claim I did? That wasn't directed at you personally.
Ergo The Producers is offensive? Since you're making an exception for satire, then I have bad news for you; Pewdiepie's video is satire. Cack-handed, immature satire, certainly, but he's trying to make a point about what people will do for money in what he thinks is a humorous way. You can argue about his effectiveness or taste all you want, but I think his intention is clear. Again, all I'm arguing is that anybody that claims he has genuine anti-semitic intent is kidding themselves.
The Producers has a good 5 minutes of what, out of context, would appear to be pro-nazi material. The context makes it clear that the film and the creators are not pro-nazi. Seems to me that this is a perfect example of how context can separate the content from the views and intentions of the creator.
Skyrim, Fallout 3, Infamous 2