Screen tearing plagued the demo and preview versions of Resident Evil 6 but here's confirmation the full game is plagued by zombies and not technical problems.
About time too.
Screen tearing on the easiest to develop, lead platform, Xbox 360? Capcom is dropping the ball and popping it. Lol.
It's actually easier to v sync a game on PS3 from what I have seen, many games screen tear on 360 and are clean on PS3. Skyrim is a perfect example, tears like hell everywhere on 360 but it's v synced on PS3. Don't believe me?? http://www.lensoftruth.com/... Yea, just scroll on down to the "torn frames section." This goes for many 360 games vs PS3, the 360 always tears to maintain framerate while PS3 manages to drop very few frames while maintaining v sync.
I did not notice any yesterday when i tried the demo but i am going to give this gamea miss as i could not get into it I got revrevelations on the 3ds and thought it was really good but im just not feeling this one feels like too much action tham horror like 5 was and i did not like 5.
If this is true than its good news!
its true i have both demos and its gone. shooting feels better in the new demo too. 2 weeks to go next week doa5
RE5 on 360 had screen tearing while ps3 had none, most games like Fallout, Skyrim, Vanquish, GTa4, Red Dead, and many many more all have screen tearing issues that are a huge blight on the game. Every one of those games I just mentioned has zero screen tearing on PS3. Not saying PS3 has no games that screen tear because Dead Rising 2 is a joke on PS3 with the screen tearing, it's horrible. I went out of my way to pick up the tear free v synced 360 version with that game. I own both systems for this reason and I never buy a game that has screen tearing, it's plain lazy developers who could care less about their game. Then we look at Naughty Dog who took the time to actually rebuild their engine and fix the screen tearing from Uncharted to Uncharted 2. That's a class developer. LOL, my PSN is FukScreenTearing actually lol haha. That's how much I despise that shit.
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