Pemalite said:
Mr Puggsly said:

Yeah, we both own a Xbox One, maybe even multiple. What ports are that shocking? Even the disappointing ones are mostly okay.

Battlefield 4 is 720P, several Call of Duty games are 720P.
I would also like Dragon Age: Inquisition to be full 1080P as well... The game runs at a full 1080P on a base Playstation 4, but only 900P on an Xbox One X.

Whilst 900P is a step up over 720P, it's still a step down from 1080P.

Lots of games are sub 1080P, which is entirely because Microsoft released a console with insufficient hardware capability which developers tried their best to work with for years... That of course has a flow-on effect to the iterative "Pro" console that came years later that runs the same library.

ResolutionGate was a real thing.
https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-resolutiongate-the-fallout

Mr Puggsly said:

You spoke as if X1 is really gonna struggle with Cyberpunk. But if PS4 can handle it, I think it will be fine.

The Playstation 4's GPU capabilities are a bit of a step up though.

Mr Puggsly said:

X1X didn't always exist. Therefore many games weren't designed for it. Sometimes developers simply ignore it as well, like Shenmue 1 and 2.

The Xbox One X is an Xbox One. It is a console designed to operate the entire Xbox One software library, it's release time frame is redundant to that end.

Mr Puggsly said:

Are you comparing Kinect to X1X? Seriously, your arguments in this thread are among your worst. Was Kinect ever used to increase resolution and performance? I am slightly amused seeing you grasp at straws though.

Of course you will ignore the entire framed context of my point and turn it into something that was never intentioned. - Go back and re-read it please.

I don't feel game being 720p or 900p on X1 means it got a shockingly bad port or whatever. You argument is irrelevant given I wasn't denying PS4 versions generally look better.

PS4 speca are in fact a step up given we've seen that in practice. I said if PS4 can handle Cyberpunk, then the X1 version will be fine given what we've seen in practice.

The X1X is not a X1. There is a vast disparity in specs. While they support the same games, the X1X does things the X1 can't duplicate due to the vast disparity.

You didn't buy the X1X because it has the same capabilities.



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