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lionpetercarmoo said:

Yeah guys theirs absolutely nooooo difference.

Oh my God.  I forgot how majestic uncharted 4 looked.  I need to play it again.  It's honestly mind blowing how a soon to be $200 machine can look this good. 



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Kerotan said:
lionpetercarmoo said:

Yeah guys theirs absolutely nooooo difference.

Oh my God.  I forgot how majestic uncharted 4 looked.  I need to play it again.  It's honestly mind blowing how a soon to be $200 machine can look this good. 

For me I could only play it once. Playing it again would ruin the experience for me.



lionpetercarmoo said:

Yeah guys theirs absolutely nooooo difference.

The one on the right does miss a logo has a lot more blue in it and is a lot darker;)



Please excuse my (probally) poor grammar

Ka-pi96 said:
It's barely noticable. Switch between PS3/PS4 a lot and there's really not much of a difference.

Errrrrr...........

SvennoJ said:

Well this is Skyrim on ps3


HZD on ps4


Not much of a difference you say? Ok... I will pull my eyes out and just take your word for it :P



Show some video of last gen games like (Rise of the) Tomb Raider, Uncharted 3, God of War 3, Alan Wake, etc. Is there a jump? Yes, but last gen was no slouch.

Sure, the absolute best from this gen is in a league of its own but the absolute best from last gen would look right at home on current gen.



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The difference is night and day, compare Driveclub or Forza Horizon 3 to any racing game on ps3/360.

Or even better Forza Horizon 2 on 360/XBO, a cross-gen game that still shows the difference.



Having seen the jump from Genesis to PS1 to Dreamcast... the 8th generation was weak sauce.



It's definitely a big improvement on ps4.



On a technical level it is a large improvement, especially now that we're 3+ years into the gen. But I think the law of diminishing returns has truly kicked in, leading to the improvements being underwhelming. We shouldn't have to go back to the old games to see the difference. It should be obvious like the first time we saw Rogue Leader, Halo, or Gears of War, and very few current gen games have managed that, not because they aren't technically much better than older games, but because it takes more for the improvements to be noticeable than it used to.



Well obviously if you play games that weren't very pretty from the previous gen, they still aren't going to be very pretty.