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The PS4's power seems...

Better, but not THAT much better anymore... 241 15.42%
 
Are you crazy?! The PS4 is GOD! 349 22.33%
 
The Wii U is clearly unde... 741 47.41%
 
The PS4 is selling better... 36 2.30%
 
I think I'll be buying a... 191 12.22%
 
Total:1,558
fatslob-:O said:

Read the rest of the thread Curl ...

Sure I didn't specify but I thought people knew what I was going on about. Just because the WII U supports GPGPU (Well every console that had DX9 capable cards were able to do it so that includes PS360 as well.) does not mean that you will get acceptable performance and that especially goes for where the fluid occupies a large voxel.

Wii U's GPU isn't DX9 though, it's DX10/11 equivalent. Could it do it as well as PS4/Xbone?  Of course not. 

But the 7th gen situation, where there were tons of PS3/360 effects Wii just couldn't do, has not been repeated as this time Wii U is much closer in functionality.



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JoeTheBro said:
Kyuu said:
The gap between Wii U and PS3 is smaller than Wii and PS2. No?

Much smaller, but that doesn't really matter. The PS2 was much weaker than the XBOX and GameCube. It was a weak system.

lol no. 



:^)



Soundwave said:

Yeah lets wait until we actually see some PS4 games that use the system fully ... I recall a lot of "Haha, Perfect Dark Zero doesn't look that much better than Resident Evil 4!" early in the generation last time.


You forgot the main difference. PS3 has a exotic hardware and it took developers years to use its full potential. And the game budgets raised every year.

Put PS4One are practically (the PS4 even more than One) only PC's in a small box. There is no exotic hardware that has to be understand. Technically there will be not better graphics on these consoles than we had seen already with Ryse and Killzone. The game budgets had already reached peak and will not raise far more, so no better graphics will come from that.

The Wii U has the most exotic console hardware this gen by far. So the gap between launch games and later games will probably the largest on Wii U.



Wasn't that impressed by X, the game looks like it possible on last gen to me.



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curl-6 said:
fatslob-:O said:

Read the rest of the thread Curl ...

Sure I didn't specify but I thought people knew what I was going on about. Just because the WII U supports GPGPU (Well every console that had DX9 capable cards were able to do it so that includes PS360 as well.) does not mean that you will get acceptable performance and that especially goes for where the fluid occupies a large voxel.

Wii U's GPU isn't DX9 though, it's DX10/11 equivalent. Could it do it as well as PS4/Xbone?  Of course not. 

But the 7th gen situation, where there were tons of PS3/360 effects Wii just couldn't do, has not been repeated as this time Wii U is much closer in functionality.

@Bold I already know that but I'm going to have to put a stop in the tracks to your claims of GPGPU being a saviour or this ultra awesome feature but really only the consoles with higher power like the PS4 and the X1 will seriously see the advantages. 



ZyroXZ2 said:
JustThatGamer said:
'Are you crazy?! The PS4 is GOD!'

lol, but seriously, I disagree... 2010 PS360 games still look better imo

God of War III > Bayonetta 2

Red Dead Redemption > 'X'

Now let's wait and see what SSM & Rockstar can achieve with the sequels to those on PS4 before we just just how massive the power gap really is! :)

As a person who's beaten GoW3, Bayonetta 2 does show some seriously massive battles that I think may change your mind once it's in front of your face, lol

RDR........ meh........ Can't say the "graphics" of that game blew me away, lol


Really?



Your sentiment might change when the equivalent releases for the PS4 and XB1 around the same time period. I'm confident that the exclusive titles that will be released for both around that time will destroy the Wii U's offerings (visually). Launch exclusives like Ryse and Killzone SF, in my view, look better than everything I've seen for the Wii U - including the recent showing of games like X. With that said, I imagine games a year + from now for both will look incredible. I'm expecting Halo 5, Uncharted 4, The Order and that Black Tusk game to be visual knockouts and reaffirm the "gap" between them and the Wii U.

With that said, the Wii U is no slouch in my view, but by comparison, it's out of its league.



Party people were talking too much in X gameplay.



I don't see what's so "next gen" (well .... visually appealing) about Bayo 2 though. I will wait until I get better video quality, but even poor quality video on games for PS4/XB1 look impressive.

X has its moments, I suppose.