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@p_nut_uk Bayonetta 2 is epic, however Mario 3D World, Zelda Windwaker remaster, Pikmin 3 and Mario Kart are just so much better than any iteration gone before, they're worth owning one for alone.
Pop on a Vive headset, grab the controllers and boot up a game. And you are in the game. You’re not watching it on a screen: you are actually there. You have a sense of scale and place. The experience is nothing like watching a game on a screen at all.
it is going to take some time to mature. Developers need time and practice to figure out how to best use the tech.
That’s a level of experience that you cannot even come close to via a normal screen.
Seriously wish I could push the clocks forward to the point where people realize that VR, like 3D on TVs, is an over-priced gimmick that you use a few times and then never again, but shelled out a few month's of salary for.
Except 24fps for film is a compromise, the reason why they used 24fps was due to a limitation with recording sound on the film so they chose 24fps.
Sit closer to enjoy more detail.
I don't understand why, when games are not yet looking as good as film on a 1080P screen, would there be any purpose to going to 4K and just sapping power that would be better used for textures and effects.
The graphic appears to be wrong, it shows a reduction in each dimension of 40%, resulting in an overall reduction in volume of 78.4%. You might want to change it.
It's fairly obvious that's MS's model. It's not guaranteed to work, but there is a logic to it.
YouTube is all about advertising revenue, and to generate that revenue you need a huge number of subscribers and a regular high viewing figures.
I've seen no evidence of racism
Everyone talks about the difficulty of the original, yet those were times when most games were hard, especially compared to today's standards. SOTB was just a bit more difficult than most of the games back then.
But on a purely mechanical level, leading Drake up through a boxcar dangling off a cliff is no more interactive than selecting Henry's potentially flirtatious dialogue in Firewatch or guiding Kaitlin Greenbriar through her family's new abode in Gone Home.
In fact I never had it on Amiga, instead I had the C64 version
The thing is you can not expect a low powered console to be able to achieve the same results as a high powered PC even a 2014 one.
The end result does not surprise me at all.
The current PS4 will have a terrible lifespan, if this is anything to go by, it's not ready for VR and even mediocre PC titles rull like crap on it. I have severe buyers regret.
So you all watched the Rogue One trailer? I almost pissed myself in excitement.
ARGH!!! how many people will actually use remote play more than once??!?
Why is it I feel things in 720p will suddenly become acceptable.
the newer [3DS] was clearly a noticeable upgrade, but it didn't leave the previous hardware owners in the dust either as precious few titles are exclusive to the more recent model, and newer games still perform acceptably on the original platform.
Morale of this story I guess is, as a developer, release your own Let's Play.
neither sprites or backgrounds
Installation woes: In the early days of PC gaming, installing a game and getting it up and running could often prove frustrating but these days, it couldn't be easier.
Sort of weird to read the above sentence and then spend the next 5 paragraphs being told what the game is. Sets up an expectation that maybe that wasn't what you intended.
Too many games on the hard disk to decide which to play!