Footage of the Heat & the Mavericks.
Lovely ,thanks hope we get to see more from the ps3 version soon
...I don't know what it is, but movies from that website never work for me.
you're not the only one. it never works for me either. click on the " Watch Large Format: mov|wmv " section to the right of the movie player. that should always work.
The graphics look great on the PS3! But I'm not into basketball. I'm more of a WWE fan!
look just like the 360 version. ps3 basketball fans will love this game!!
Geeezz...can you imagine what second & third generation games on the PS3 will look like!
I know which version I'd buy if I was buying. Definitely for hockey games.
Yea the looks just like the Xbox 360 othere basketball games just this one is more recent. I hear people say the 360 graphics are better or the PS3 is but actually there isnt to much of a big difference between the two consoles to realy worry about. The graphics on both consoles are going to progress.
I love how the made it so realistic on both console basketball games to even put in the sweat on the characters where it rolls down there faces like in real life. But the graphics for the basketball games where only the cool things that I experience. I'm not much of a basketball fan things just feel repetive. Also I dont know why I voted this cool if I dont care for basketball games lol. I guess basket ball games are pretty cool on the graphic side anyway.
"While the development team hasn't had a lot of time with the final test hardware, don't simply assume that NBA 2K7 is a mere port of the 360 version of the game. The development team has spent a ton of time trying to respond to a lot of the comments from fans on their boards, and have added a lot of shot animations in the post and new gameplay upgrades, among other new features. They also put in extra time in the motion capture studios to enhance the realism on the court, so players really had a sense of being in a game situation. In fact, Greg Thomas, the president of Visual Concepts pointed out that as they've been spending more and more time with the hardware, they've started realizing that future game titles for both the 360 and PS3 will have to have different development cycles to fully take advantage of each console's power.
Speaking of taking advantage of the PS3's power, the team has been using the computational power of the system to enhance a large number of the standard features that the game is known for. For instance, the cloth physics of jerseys and shorts has been assigned to one SPU on the PS3 instead of multiple cores on the 360 so that it can move more realistically than ever without taking away processing power for the rest of the game. But you'll find that there's just as much realism off the court in the PS3 version than on the court. Instead of running cutscenes during timeout situations, the development team has created real time AI that governs the cheerleaders, mascots, floor cleaners and even the crowd. For example, during a game between Dallas and Miami at the American Airlines Arena, we noticed Burnie, the Heat mascot doing much more than simply dancing on the sideline; he would run under Dallas' basket and actively try to distract shooters at the free throw line, and he had new dance sequences during timeouts.
Visually, the game has been taken up to a new level, particularly in how the game action is rendered. Not only have the in-game visuals been beefed up thanks to the power of the system, but according to Thomas, the way the PS3 renders pixels gives the game a richer appearance than the 360 version. It looks much more organic and lifelike, and if you thought you were watching a real game on the 360, just wait till you see it on the PS3. The only thing that is still up in the air right now is the online play: Visual Concepts has been trying to work out how online will be implemented for the PS3. It's been a challenge for them to include that feature in the game, and their testers have been working around the clock figuring out how to work the game with Sony's as yet unannounced network platform. However, as Thomas put it, Visual Concepts has been known as an online pioneer, so the overall plan is to have the game out within the launch window with the feature firmly established within the game. Interested in checking the game out for yourself? Hop over to the video page and check out the first videos of off-screen gameplay running on the PS3, as well as the free throw mechanic in action.
PS3 does not have better A.I. and animations. What it is saying is that since the release of this on the Xbox 360 they had time on there hands to do some more upgradeing before putting it on the PS3. Has nothing to do with PS3 having better A.I. or animations. You twist things around to much.
I never said it wasn't due to longer dev times Milkman. Some things are implide from the article that it is due to longer dev times, some other aspects due to the hardware. I quoted the article so clearly you can read it.
" Not only have the in-game visuals been beefed up thanks to the power of the system, but according to Thomas, the way the PS3 renders pixels gives the game a richer appearance than the 360 version. It looks much more organic and lifelike, and if you thought you were watching a real game on the 360, just wait till you see it on the PS3."
Click on disagree with IGN and the developers of the game all you want, doesn't change a thing.
than the XBOX 360 version, it infact was a bit jerkier in it's animations. Hopefully they get that worked out before release. Otherwise seemed ok.
This still (as what they say) does not make ps3 the console with better A.I., For Assasins Creed handles with the A.I. better on the Xbox 360 than the PS3 does.
http://www.joystiq.com/2006... This is not fact that the PS3 has better A.I. period. So does this mean the same for this game? I dont know it depends what one the developers worked on the most.
But as far a the video I didnt notice much difference at all.
the first thing i noticed on this was that the cloth simulation seemed less reactive thatn the 360 versions flowing cloth. i belive this is in part the result of them choosing to run this in 1080p but dont quote me it is just my opinion
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