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John2290 said:
Hmm, coming from the Yakuza guys it doesn't hold much weight but I'm hopeful, I now have more faith in this promise of Ray tracing, I'm only follow tech on the surface but even I can see with my limited knowledge and understanding that AMD are tightening things up far more than the competition, esspecially in CPUs and where they can't seem to move forward in the same way they used to they are making what they have more efficient, something Nvidia (and intel) looks like they are failing at. Fingera crossed anyway.

Why the jab on the yakuza team?

The facial features, modeling, emotion and representation on kiwami 2 and yakuza 6 were excellent on the middle age and old dudes.



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And here I thought games were the ones with graphics.



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DonFerrari said:
John2290 said:
Hmm, coming from the Yakuza guys it doesn't hold much weight but I'm hopeful, I now have more faith in this promise of Ray tracing, I'm only follow tech on the surface but even I can see with my limited knowledge and understanding that AMD are tightening things up far more than the competition, esspecially in CPUs and where they can't seem to move forward in the same way they used to they are making what they have more efficient, something Nvidia (and intel) looks like they are failing at. Fingera crossed anyway.

Why the jab on the yakuza team?

The facial features, modeling, emotion and representation on kiwami 2 and yakuza 6 were excellent on the middle age and old dudes.

You made me curious so downloaded the demo of Song of life, it's alright but it certainly isn't making full use of the PS4, even the OG's, full potential now is it anything remarkable. It certainly is a step up from Yakuza0 yet being able to enter a building with no loading screen is only revolutionary for the series, gaming moved past that loooong ago. The facial animations, yes, top notch on that mark, absolutely fantastic, something I thought Yakuza 0 was pretty good at too. 

On a side note, in pursuit of the updated visuals with this new engine it lost something in the process. There was a unique feel and vibe to Yakuza 0 thst Yakuza 6 has lost, kinda feels like it was factory made or something like an Ubisoft game, I can't put my finger on it. 



 

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"Even after PlayStation 5 is released, I think PlayStation 4 is going to be the main focus for a while longer."

Funny how we see this sentiment from Japanese third parties every gen, and only with Sony consoles.



   
   
theDX said:
"Even after PlayStation 5 is released, I think PlayStation 4 is going to be the main focus for a while longer."

Funny how we see this sentiment from Japanese third parties every gen, and only with Sony consoles.

???

3DS still gets games lol. It's more prevalent on Sony platforms, but there's more small/mid level third party games on the platform. It's to be expected.



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No doubts it will be powerful.

But PC will be more powerful, as always. New consoles are not new alien tech that pushes the frontier of computer science. So "Most powerful thing ever" sounds a bit like overhype.



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John2290 said:
DonFerrari said:

Why the jab on the yakuza team?

The facial features, modeling, emotion and representation on kiwami 2 and yakuza 6 were excellent on the middle age and old dudes.

You made me curious so downloaded the demo of Song of life, it's alright but it certainly isn't making full use of the PS4, even the OG's, full potential now is it anything remarkable. It certainly is a step up from Yakuza0 yet being able to enter a building with no loading screen is only revolutionary for the series, gaming moved past that loooong ago. The facial animations, yes, top notch on that mark, absolutely fantastic, something I thought Yakuza 0 was pretty good at too. 

On a side note, in pursuit of the updated visuals with this new engine it lost something in the process. There was a unique feel and vibe to Yakuza 0 thst Yakuza 6 has lost, kinda feels like it was factory made or something like an Ubisoft game, I can't put my finger on it. 

Good that you had a nice impression.

And you are right that they pursued some parts and didn't give the same look at it.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994

Probably because Yakuza isnt being developed for anything else..

But all seriousness, you would hope its a beast



theDX said:
"Even after PlayStation 5 is released, I think PlayStation 4 is going to be the main focus for a while longer."

Funny how we see this sentiment from Japanese third parties every gen, and only with Sony consoles.

Whether you mean this positively or negatively, it has benefits as PS4 will still probably have engagement. Even Sony expects it for a couple more years though I need to find that source. And with PS4 games being able to run on PS5, it is a win-win for everyone.



Bisa said:
Can't wait to play Minecraft on this monster.

i doubt even PS5 can run minecraft at 8k, ultra HD and real life texture with ultra setting on pthat tracing at 120 fps.