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My main tv is only 720p and I can see a clear difference between cur gen and last gen games.



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d21lewis said:
I'm a PS4 owner and I have a 1080p capable LED. I grabbed Tomb Raider and it looks nice...but after the initial "wow" wore off, I didn't really care anymore. Like most games, ever--once you start getting into the game, you really don't care how it looks. I was so excited to finally have REAL 1080p and when I saw it I said "That's it?"


Seeing 1080p on consoles made me realize something.

Effects that hide jaggies are important at any resolution.



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d21lewis said:
I'm a PS4 owner and I have a 1080p capable LED. I grabbed Tomb Raider and it looks nice...but after the initial "wow" wore off, I didn't really care anymore. Like most games, ever--once you start getting into the game, you really don't care how it looks. I was so excited to finally have REAL 1080p and when I saw it I said "That's it?"


well atleast you saw a difference, and didnt have to pay more compared to PS4's nearest competitor to see it.



I can see the difference, but it's not that big of a deal when it comes down to enjoying a game. I'd prefer to have 1080p but it doesn't influence my purchase of a game, It didn't last gen so It won't this gen.



Mr Puggsly said:
d21lewis said:
I'm a PS4 owner and I have a 1080p capable LED. I grabbed Tomb Raider and it looks nice...but after the initial "wow" wore off, I didn't really care anymore. Like most games, ever--once you start getting into the game, you really don't care how it looks. I was so excited to finally have REAL 1080p and when I saw it I said "That's it?"


Seeing 1080p on consoles made me realize something.

Effects that hide jaggies are important at any resolution.

I don't know if I agree with that. Resolution is the most important thing next to framerate. I know when it comes to gaming on my PC, I'd turn off all the effects if it means I can get a decent framerate at 1080p.



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Trunkin said:
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Mr Puggsly said:

 

That's not true. As someone else said, the last option is pretty much for people who shouldn't have voted at all and You're counting the second option which clearly says that they usually see a difference. Hell, even the third option is pretty much split.

This is mostly you just spinning.


He said 80% are "downplaying" the 1080p difference. According to a number of posters on the interwebs, anything besides option #1is indeed seen as downplaying.

You're right, though. He is doing a not of twirling with his interpretation of the results, but damn, when was the last time anyone made a thread on this subject without spin.

OT: I would've voted option two. it really depends on the game. With some, its night and day, but with others, you'd have to be seeing them side by side to notice a difference.

That's true, I think of the internet you only get two opinion on it.

1. Of course I can see it! The gap is huge!

2. What's 1080P? They look exactley the same...

Amazingly, the opinions seem to be divided almost perfectly by what console the person prefers.

Personally, I can see a difference. But to be honest it's mostly when I see something that's 720 because most of what I watch is 1080P. I can notice the downgrade in quality pretty easily.



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On your television, can you tell the difference between 720p and 1080p resolution?

 

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Yes, the difference is crystal clear to me and I own a PS4. 85%
 
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No, the difference is as clear as mud to me and  I own a Xbox One. 15%
 
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d21lewis said:
I'm a PS4 owner and I have a 1080p capable LED. I grabbed Tomb Raider and it looks nice...but after the initial "wow" wore off, I didn't really care anymore. Like most games, ever--once you start getting into the game, you really don't care how it looks. I was so excited to finally have REAL 1080p and when I saw it I said "That's it?"


While I agree with you that you get used to the higher res and don't notice it as much when you game with it for a while... try to go back :D Hook up your PS2 or so if you still have any of the SD systems around the place and when you get hit with a blast of that distorted image that is when the real impact of full HD gaming lands.



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Mr Puggsly said:
allblue said:
As long as there are a number of people who can see a difference, there will be a difference. No excuse why it can't do 1080p when the other console is doing it.


Did this guy get the memo that PS4 is more powerful?

Do I need one? Or DO you imply that it is not?



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Figgycal said:
Mr Puggsly said:
d21lewis said:
I'm a PS4 owner and I have a 1080p capable LED. I grabbed Tomb Raider and it looks nice...but after the initial "wow" wore off, I didn't really care anymore. Like most games, ever--once you start getting into the game, you really don't care how it looks. I was so excited to finally have REAL 1080p and when I saw it I said "That's it?"


Seeing 1080p on consoles made me realize something.

Effects that hide jaggies are important at any resolution.

I don't know if I agree with that. Resolution is the most important thing next to framerate. I know when it comes to gaming on my PC, I'd turn off all the effects if it means I can get a decent framerate at 1080p.

BLASPHEMY ;P unless it is for competitive gaming....