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I wish I had a 4K/HDR monitor. I have no idea what the differences look like.



 

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GribbleGrunger said:
I wish I had a 4K/HDR monitor. I have no idea what the differences look like.

We'll start with these. The anti-aliasing is better in the PC version, for example:

PC:

 

PS4 PRO:



                                                                                                                                            

contestgamer said:
Bandorr said:

You are basically suggesting theft is easier, so it is better. That is illogical at best.

I'm saying the PC provides far more economical value than the PS4 once you factor in piracy. I'm not making a value judgement of the act itself, but of its economics, which makes the PC a much cheaper choice in the long run.

...and a burden to the gaming industry.



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PC 4K Native:

 

PS4 Pro



                                                                                                                                            

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CGI-Quality said:

Newer (and better) images:

PC 4K Native:

 

PS4 Pro

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l <---- Do you mean this glitch Gribble?  If not, I'll keep looking.  

 

 

 

 

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contestgamer said:

Denuvo hasnt really killed much, ironically this games focus, Tomb Raider which was protected by Denuvo has been available to pirate for months now. Yeah some games havent been cracked, but 99% of the video game market either doesnt use Denuvo or does and has been cracked. We're talking about a handful or two games which havent been cracked.  PC piracy still saves people thousands od dollars even if they did want to buy the occassional Denuvo protected game

Tom Raider launched in January, cracked on August. Doom took 4 months. Just Cause was not creacked. Every AAA games is bringing Denuvo now. Do the research before coming with something that is already dead.



And damn impressive it is, considering the price and simplicity of entry on the PS4.



I think that in this case the SONY reach the target. The real and noticeable difference is to 4K at 60 frames per second. Such equipment costs more than $ 1,500 and further comparisons no longer make sense. Translation that getting native 4K for 400 % of the price is cost-effective is not wise.. Xbox is now almost without exclusive games and I do not think that playing Bluray 4K something would help him. You can understand a player that has a powerful hardware and buy a PS4, ps4pro or Nintendo console with a great resource exclusive and good games. With the Xbox is different, especially the plan to merge PC and Xbox by Microsoft.

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torok said:
contestgamer said:

Denuvo hasnt really killed much, ironically this games focus, Tomb Raider which was protected by Denuvo has been available to pirate for months now. Yeah some games havent been cracked, but 99% of the video game market either doesnt use Denuvo or does and has been cracked. We're talking about a handful or two games which havent been cracked.  PC piracy still saves people thousands od dollars even if they did want to buy the occassional Denuvo protected game

Tom Raider launched in January, cracked on August. Doom took 4 months. Just Cause was not creacked. Every AAA games is bringing Denuvo now. Do the research before coming with something that is already dead.

You do the research. 90%+ of games dont use Denuvo. 4 months is also nothing to get a free game and theyre getting cracked quicker and quicker now. Research has also not shown any increase in sales from using Denuvo which is incredibly expensive to implement. Denuvo will fall.