Can you say 60 frames per second? The devil is in the details when Gametrailers compare the stylish combos on the consoles to those on the PC. Discover it yourself in this specially 60 FPS enabled video!
DmC: Devil May Cry
Personally for me it does make a massive difference as I got 120Hz monitor. Wish more people could experience proper 60Fps gaming
I honestly need to invest in building or buying a beast of a rig soon... I love consoles but as far as multiplats go, PC generally seems the way to go as far as graphics and performance goes; PC's also have mods that consoles can't get. I might wait until the next consoles come, then I could see the difference between fresh hardware.
Even though I did not like the game and can be called an "ANTI", 60 fps looks SWEET!
If you have to "try" and spot the difference theres something wrong with your brain. one is very clear, smooth, quick and by contrast one looks like a blurry slideshow.
Well, that settles it. I'm getting this game on PC.
Same here. Gonna hook up my 360 controller to the PC and play it.
For those of you out there who don't know, you can hook up a PS3 controller to your PC and play as well....still, getting this game on PC as well, stoked.
Why can I never spot the difference when they test the FPS of games? It looks the same to me... Edit - On second thought, it does look different. My HD was off before LOL
Maybe you need your eyes checked.
Maybe I do.
It's easier to spot the difference when they show them one at the time (not the split screen). The animations are smoother on the PC version (60 FPS).
Even if Hd was off,its just so much more smoother.
It's hard not to spot the difference between 30fps and 60fps. It's double the frame rate, double the smooth. Easier to see the difference when actually playing the game, though. Sometimes these trailers and footage aren't running at the actual frame rate of the game.
might buy it on steam when it goes on sale for half price, usually i don't wait for sales, but i'm not paying full price for a 7 hour game
Wow. The 60 FPS version looks wicked! In honesty, I don't mind slower frame rates that much. Battlefield 3 runs at 30 FPS and it doesn't affect my enjoyment of it. Mind you, maybe that's because I've never played it at 60+ FPS... Whatever the reasoning behind my PoV, I have to agree with @Mariusmssj. It'd be awesome if more games ran at 60 FPS.
Once you have played games at 1080p+ and 60fps+ then it's hard to go back to subHD and 30fps with fast paced games. BF3 maxed on PC is a thing of beauty on console it's jerky, ugly and unplayable to me. 60FPS should be the standard for the next consoles even if they have to run the games at 720p.
Agreed on the 60 FPS/720p standard.
You see the actual difference when you sit in front of a 40 inch HDTV and first play the same game on console at 720p, 25-30 fps, then play it on PC @ 1080p, 60 fps and with gamepad, the difference is AMAZING and thats why i'm playing on a pc +hdtv + x360 gamepad for the past 2 years.
Lol the split screen idea here is stupid. You need a few seconds for the brain to settle into one speed and then when you flip to a faster fram rate you can see the difference.
I'm just waiting to get back home to download it through Steam. Pre-bought it days ago.
Since moving from consoles to my PC, I've found so much enjoyment simply playing games in 60fps with a controller. I love my PS3 and 360 and wouldn't play certain titles any other way, but once you've played Hitman: Absolution, Sleeping Dogs or Max Payne 3 on PC with a controller, it's tough to go back. The feeling of having that responsive controller matched to fluid imagery is gaming bliss that everyone deserves to discover. Steam Big Picture is absolute MONEY for those that are thinking of making the transition.
wow.. hope nx gen offers some great 60fps games.. but like current gen, only ps2 style games can be handled like that.. So nx gen, only current gen can prolly run that way
In high action games, the 60fps is very critical for eye health. No doubt that the PC version is the one to buy. Just use a controller for this game.
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