The problem here is that going from NES to SNES, the difference was night and day. Even when comparing late gen NES titles like Kirby to launch titles like Super Mario World. The same thing goes for PS1 to PS2, and PS2 to PS3. But going from Original Xbox to PS3/360 wasn't that big of a difference right out of the gate. So people were dissappointed going from gen 6 to gen 7. And with the PS4 people were rightfully dissapointed going from PS3 to PS4, because the late gen PS3 games looked nearly identical to the launch title PS4 games.
They did? I saw nothing on last gen consoles, even at the end, that could keep up with Killzone: Shadowfall or Ryse graphically. They were considerably more detailed with techniques to a degree that you couldn't get out of those older machines (AF and advanced lighting being two of the biggest things). SSS on characters was also apparent in those two games in ways that even Beyond: Two Souls couldn't match.Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 14 June 2018