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I think only Naughty Dog will show us the true next gen graphics.



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if you have a high end PC & Played Crysis 3 on it i think you already saw a graphics above all the best graphics in all consoles but still i believe Naughty Dog will show us something unreal this gen!



Just to add my thoughts to this...

The main thing I am looking forward too with the next gen of consoles isnt the graphical leap it will provide, as I knew prior the leap would be far less visible than past next gen releases.

What im looking forward to is how much more they can put into a game happening at once, mainly due to the leap in RAM available.

I want to play Battlefield with more than 24 players (which neither XB360 or PS3 could do), I want 64 player matches. Now thats probably the most obvious one, but other games like Dead Rising 3 can do the same, the amount of zombies on screen at once is phenomenal.

I already have an Xbox one and will get my PS4 next Friday, and cant wait to jump into BF4 with my friends.



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Yes but those consoles use the more developer friendly, and now archaic x86 architecture, which means people can max out those platforms much more easily than the exotic architectures from previous generations.

Don't expect miracles. PS4 and specially Xbone owners are facing the same dilemma as wii u owners back ago: my system is not as powerful as I thought.

Also to a user up there, if this launch "next gen" games is what you were waiting for so long, welcome to 2007. Crysis baby.



FrancisNobleman said:
Yes but those consoles use the more developer friendly, and now archaic x86 architecture, which means people can max out those platforms much more easily than the exotic architectures from previous generations.

Don't expect miracles. PS4 and specially Xbone owners are facing the same dilemma as wii u owners back ago: my system is not as powerful as I thought.

Also to a user up there, if this launch "next gen" games is what you were waiting for so long, welcome to 2007. Crysis baby.





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ninetailschris said:
kupomogli said:
Mensrea said:

Next gen graphics don't suck. :)

Use first party Nintendo games that aren't X and you may as well be showing pictures off that are marginably better than what the Wii can handle, just in HD.


You're delusional.  I'm sorry there is no way could that never play on the wii at 20 fps let alone 60. The lighting and poly alone make this crazy. Sd to Hd is huge.

Except I never said it could play on the Wii, and I did mention the HD.  Here's what I mean about marginably better.  If the PS2 HD Collections were slightly touched up to look slightly better.  So HD and looks a little better, but hardly much of a jump. 

Infamous Second Son looks like it's more of a jump between any PS3  game than any Mario game is to the  first Super Mario Galaxy.



FrancisNobleman said:
Yes but those consoles use the more developer friendly, and now archaic x86 architecture, which means people can max out those platforms much more easily than the exotic architectures from previous generations.

Don't expect miracles. PS4 and specially Xbone owners are facing the same dilemma as wii u owners back ago: my system is not as powerful as I thought.

Also to a user up there, if this launch "next gen" games is what you were waiting for so long, welcome to 2007. Crysis baby.


Actually the original Crysis that was released in 2007, far exceeds the rendering capabilities of any console, including the PS4. Of course, we had to wait until 2011 to get a graphics card that could run it at 1920x1200 with decent framerate.



Too_Talls said:

Did the graphics on the wii improve from the game cube? I couldn't tell a difference, owned both at different times.

And yeah the graphic leap is not as big as before, the more people could be critical of it shows as such.

Everyone calls ghost an ugly game..............that WOW factor of seeing a next gen game is all but dead. While you have to admit kill zone 4, drive club and ryse all look real good, it's not like seeing super mario 64 or gta 3 for the 1st time. not by a long shot.

You sir have been spoiled.

I think the only chance that we will have to be really wooed again is when the transition go from 1080p to 4k, but maybe even that won't really surprise.



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kupomogli said:
ninetailschris said:
kupomogli said:
Mensrea said:

Next gen graphics don't suck. :)

Use first party Nintendo games that aren't X and you may as well be showing pictures off that are marginably better than what the Wii can handle, just in HD.


You're delusional.  I'm sorry there is no way could that never play on the wii at 20 fps let alone 60. The lighting and poly alone make this crazy. Sd to Hd is huge.

Except I never said it could play on the Wii, and I did mention the HD.  Here's what I mean about marginably better.  If the PS2 HD Collections were slightly touched up to look slightly better.  So HD and looks a little better, but hardly much of a jump. 

Infamous Second Son looks like it's more of a jump between any PS3  game than any Mario game is to the  first Super Mario Galaxy.

I dunno, I'd say that the leap from Mario 64 to Mario Galaxy absolutely dwarfs the leap from Infamous 1 or 2 to Infamous Second Son.



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hinch said:
FrancisNobleman said:
Yes but those consoles use the more developer friendly, and now archaic x86 architecture, which means people can max out those platforms much more easily than the exotic architectures from previous generations.

Don't expect miracles. PS4 and specially Xbone owners are facing the same dilemma as wii u owners back ago: my system is not as powerful as I thought.

Also to a user up there, if this launch "next gen" games is what you were waiting for so long, welcome to 2007. Crysis baby.




These pre-launch 2007 ps3 tech demos are quite a bit dated now.