The stars my destination.
Someone recently told me that all the creativity and innovation in games comes from console releases, not PC.
May I present this as polite proof of the polar opposite.
At 24fps, some people may still see some judder, hence they may see some difference versus 48fps.
But I never talked about 24fps, which is the very limit from which the brain interpret animation as perfectly without judder.
Above 30fps, with a perfectly synch TV with the perfectly locked game, And with similar refresh rate for the TV, there will be zero judder and any footage will seems as smooth as another. The differences are due to the Placebo effect.
But we agreed to disagree. No need to respond...
There is no difference in smoothness or juddering between perfectly synched 25fps, 30fps or 60fps footage.
Players prefer 60fps because of the lower input lag it gives compared to 30fps.
I don't know of any game on PC that actually used quincunx?. I don't own any that has an option for quincunx anyway. The only time I seen it used was in PS3 games?.
After 3 hours of racing (just standard progression) in F5 I had enough money to buy 5 cars in different categories giving me access to a large number of series.
There's a distinct lack of information about the port, but Lang did promise the Xbox One version will utilise the console's "unique capabilities". Kinect support, perhaps?
I am absolutely flabbergasted that MS have gotten away with being such scum bags for so long and no journalists have called them out on it.
I don't think backwards compatibility affects consumers at all.
When Apple is the subject, people toss around words like genius and magical far too frequently.
It's a great product of course, but let's be honest, Apple took their iPad and made it slightly smaller. That is not genius.
There will NEVER be a third-party Nintendo. They did that with the CDi, and it was terrible.
but no game on 360 came as near as Naughty Dogs efforts or Santa Monica's and that is a fact.
Slight? I remember Read Dead Redemption ran at sub-par HD on PS3...
Even later on, the PS3 got utterly shit versions of games (RDR & Bayonetta being 2 examples).
you underestimate Skippy and his fanboy mentality.
Am I the only one concerned about the appalling upscaling from 720p to 1080p on the Xbox One with crushed black levels and horrid sharpening?
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