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curl-6 said:
CGI-Quality said:

Which will require proprietary engines.

Well yeah, that's what I meant, dunno why I wrote in-house instead of proprietary. I was agreeing with you, just also highlighting that I'd particularly be interested in the Switch in particular benefit from what you describe, given there hasn't been much effort so far put into getting the best possible graphics out of it.

I know you were agreeing (hence the emoji). 



                                                                                                                                                           

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curl-6 said:
CGI-Quality said:

Which will require proprietary engines.

Well yeah, that's what I meant, dunno why I wrote in-house instead of proprietary. I was agreeing with you, just also highlighting that I'd particularly be interested in the Switch in particular benefit from what you describe, given there hasn't been much effort so far put into getting the best possible graphics out of it.

Metroid Prime 4 and the next Zelda might be just that.



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Mar1217 said:
curl-6 said:

Well yeah, that's what I meant, dunno why I wrote in-house instead of proprietary. I was agreeing with you, just also highlighting that I'd particularly be interested in the Switch in particular benefit from what you describe, given there hasn't been much effort so far put into getting the best possible graphics out of it.

Metroid Prime 4 and the next Zelda might be just that.

Eh, I don't know, Nintendo tends not to push graphical limits these days. They mostly just focus on their games being bright and colourful and running smoothly, or in the case of Zelda, on scale and interactivity.

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curl-6 said:
Mar1217 said:

Metroid Prime 4 and the next Zelda might be just that.

Eh, I don't know, Nintendo tends not to push graphical limits these days. They mostly just focus on their games being bright and colourful and running smoothly, or in the case of Zelda, on scale and interactivity.

So you'd say BoTW didn't push the WiiU ? I mean, it used rendering techniques that are on the levels of stuff you could only do in this current gen, far above 360/PS3 power level.



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Mar1217 said:
curl-6 said:

Eh, I don't know, Nintendo tends not to push graphical limits these days. They mostly just focus on their games being bright and colourful and running smoothly, or in the case of Zelda, on scale and interactivity.

So you'd say BoTW didn't push the WiiU ? I mean, it used rendering techniques that are on the levels of stuff you could only do in this current gen, far above 360/PS3 power level.

It did push the Wii U, but as a result of its size and all the interactive elements, the quality of individual assets like models and textures had to the sacrificed, so while it was a technical achievement, it wasn't a graphical showpiece.



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Does rdr2 run in 60fps on the pro?? If it did, would be the best.



curl-6 said:
Mar1217 said:

So you'd say BoTW didn't push the WiiU ? I mean, it used rendering techniques that are on the levels of stuff you could only do in this current gen, far above 360/PS3 power level.

It did push the Wii U, but as a result of its size and all the interactive elements, the quality of individual assets like models and textures had to the sacrificed, so while it was a technical achievement, it wasn't a graphical showpiece.

So, you'd prefer a game showing graphical prowess over another one showing great interactivity and scale ?



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Mar1217 said:
curl-6 said:

It did push the Wii U, but as a result of its size and all the interactive elements, the quality of individual assets like models and textures had to the sacrificed, so while it was a technical achievement, it wasn't a graphical showpiece.

So, you'd prefer a game showing graphical prowess over another one showing great interactivity and scale ?

Not every game is about interactivity and scale. BOTW is, and that's what makes it great, but there's nothing wrong with other games being linear and more compact, and that's the case where you'll get the maximum graphical quality.

KratosLives said: 
Does rdr2 run in 60fps on the pro?? If it did, would be the best.

No, RDR2 on the Pro is 30fps with some dips in towns.



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Speaking of UE4 and best looking 60fps games, it's looking like Yoshi's Crafted World may be about to seize the throne of prettiest game on Switch, though to do so it has the challenging task of surpassing Mario Odyssey and FAST RMX, both of which are also 60fps.



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Xephirus said:

UE4 isn't a failure.
Many good-looking console games are using it: Ace Combat 7, Gears 4-5, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Soulcalibur VI, DQ XI, Tekken 7, Hellblade, Days Gone...

Even Square Enix replaced Luminous Engine with this.

Unreal Engine 4 is crap compared to the other game engines I mentioned here. These engines do high fidelity graphics at sometimes 1080p 60 fps on base consoles. Unreal engine 4 games are not as graphically impressive, and run at less than optimal resolutions and framerates on consoles.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is the only Unreal Engine 4 game on consoles which runs 1080p 60 fps but it isn't graphically impressive while Soulcalibur 6 and Tekken 7 are the only other 60 fps games with decent visuals but are 900p games.

flashfire926 said:

Nope. Gran Turismo Sport is the best looking 60fps title this gen.

edit: UE4 a failure? By what metric?

Gran Turismo Sport is definitely up there but Devil May Cry 5 looks amazing on Xbox One X and is 4K 60 fps.

Read the above reply for why Unreal Engine 4 wasn't that good.

Mar1217 said:
I'd consider Yoshi's Crafted World as one of the better uses of UE4, so nah I completly disagree with OP ... especially when Bayonetta 3 is lurking right behind waiting for Gameplay reveal.

Yoshi is not close to being graphically impressive in any shape and form. We haven't seen anything from Bayonetta 3 but as its a Switch game it will not look as good as Devil May Cry 5.