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CGI-Quality said:
method114 said:

The video they put up is just for show. Listening to them describing what they've seen in person is what you get out of the comparison videos. It's the whole reason Killzone devs release a download only video so you can get a better idea of how the game looks. Then on top of that if people are trying to use a 1080p monitor to see 4k graphics it's even worse.

Eh, the comparison(s) do their job. There are enough differences, most of the time, to justify them. And that is the case for ROTTR as well. You don't need to see them in person. Would it be better? Certainly. But it's not necessary.

I wouldn't say it's necessary but IMO the videos never ever do it justice and frankly it's not even close. I'll never forget watching BF4 videos online and thinking graphically the game looked ok but I was more in it for the gameplay. Got the actual game and watched it on my TV and I went from thinking the graphics were ok to looking very good. I pretty much stopped watching all videos online for graphical comparisons after that.



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method114 said:
CGI-Quality said:

Eh, the comparison(s) do their job. There are enough differences, most of the time, to justify them. And that is the case for ROTTR as well. You don't need to see them in person. Would it be better? Certainly. But it's not necessary.

I wouldn't say it's necessary but IMO the videos never ever do it justice and frankly it's not even close. I'll never forget watching BF4 videos online and thinking graphically the game looked ok but I was more in it for the gameplay. Got the actual game and watched it on my TV and I went from thinking the graphics were ok to looking very good. I pretty much stopped watching all videos online for graphical comparisons after that.

The videos are good enough if one knows what they are doing (as Digital Foundry does). Not every comparison uses the same tricks, but DF gets the job done. And, it also depends on what is being compared. The differences between the Pro and PC versions of ROTTR have clear differences, for example. Most comparisons to PC will.



                                                                                                                                            

Why are we still discussing this 2 years later?



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