Eurogamer writes: Capcom is aware of the screen-tearing issues widely-reported in the Resident Evil 6 demo, and is working on a fix.
I don't understand how developers like Capcom have to wait for players to point out such a simple problem. Are they even testing it properly at their HQ?
They're waiting to see if people point out their mistakes to see if they need to waste time fixing it. They're lazy, if no one pointed it out they wouldn't fix it Shame Capcom can't fix the rest of the game...you know how it's nothing like a RE game. Even Leons "horror" sections are crap.
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God I hope so. It was a nightmare. I understand it was a demo, but that just scared a whole lot of people from playing it.
Same here. I get that it was a demo, but it's kinda strange that they would release it to the public with such obvious technical issues. Especially since those issues were mentioned over a month ago when they showed the demo at E3.
If they don't fix it, I can't play it. Nothing drives me nuts like screen tearing and frame rate issues. Anything else I can put up with, but man that stuff..
Capcom used to be one of the top devs. I used to look forward to their titles. Now I could care less.
MT Framework games always tear on the 360. Look at Resident Evil 5, Lost Planet 2 and Dragon's Dogma. However, the PS3 version should be fully v-sync'd (zero screen tearing) as it was in RE5, LP2 and DD. Just one more perk to owning a PS3!
To the disagreers. I posted FACTS. It's a FACT that RE5, LP2 and Dragon's Dogma tear on the 360. It's also a fact that those three games do not tear on the PS3 because v-sync is fully 100% engaged with triple-buffering. So how can you disagree with what I said?
the 360 version won h2h it has a higher frame rate and higher textures. But it does have screen tearing while ps3 drops frames totally. I will say in RE5 I didnt notice tearing but in re6 its way worse it worse than 50 cent blood on the sand! But the graphics are better so I guess its to be expected
@jetlian i have the ps3 version and you can't even notice frames dropping at all. btw h2h is known for doctoring some comparisons, if i were you i wouldn't use them as a reference.
both lens and euro lol confirmed it
i got to ask, whats this screen tear you speak of because i dont think i ever encounted it in any game unless it looks like something i dont see as a problem?
The screen splits in half and wobbles like 2 disjointed pieces. It's usually most noticeable when panning the camera left to right. You might see the image "tear". It still always baffles me that: 1. Some people can't see it 2. Some people don't mind it. I wouldn't watch a movie if it tore in two, so why would I play a game that does?
Some peoples eyes just react differently, you will just have to understand that fact. Obviously a game would be perfect without any screen tearing at all, but some games where you do not have to move the camera/screen all the time can get away with it. FPS & TPS having screen tearing is just ugly.
in that case i dont think i ever quite encountered it by the way i picture your description of screen tear in my mind, i'll have to look at videos or something to get a clear idea
I couldn't find any clear shots on RE6's screen tearing, but it generally looks like this:
Well, apparently this site is full of little kids that don't know anything. Here's proof: Dragon's Dogma: http://www.eurogamer.net/ar... Resident Evil 5: http://www.eurogamer.net/ar... Lost Planet 2: http://www.eurogamer.net/ar... All of these games use Capcom's the Framework MT engine. All of these games tear on the XBox 360. All of these games have v-sync permanently engaged on the PS3. If you disagree with me now, then you're just plain stupid
indeed the PS3 version of those games are v-sync engaged but the framerate its much lower than the one seeing on the 360,with that the input lag on the ps3 controller its higher and the game its less responsive on the ps3.Its a trade off better framerates on the 360 always avereging 30fps and no screen tearing on the PS3 But with framerates that dip at 20fps and give you a clunk and not smooth gameplay.So dont come with your stupid PS3 FANBOY talk before you even know what v-sync engage can provoke on your dear PS3.
This is why you should play on PC :)
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