We compare Ryse 1080p vs 900p (Native 1080p vs Upscaled 900p)and Polygon Count Examples to investigate the real life effect of Resolution and Polygon Counts on Console games.
Obviously fake using the exact same pictures and simply switching labels The author must provide the origin of each picture and time of procurement
lol regardless.. even if true.. Miniscule difference..especially sitting away so far from tv lol.
says "simulated examples" but doesn't go into detail in how that is done. also using content from another website without giving credit.
Is this the new gfx king?
YEP! It seems so. RYSE has no equal.
@pfft. dude i see you were blown away by that trailer too...man that was awesome..they just wanted to shut some people up.
Crysis 3 maxed out or Deep Down say hello
Newmonday says it's fake, so it's a fake. end of story. No ulterior motive, here! Totally impartial.
Saw some of the changes.They are extremely minor.
Jeez Louise, Obviously you won notice the difference minimized. Click t enlarge -...-
Yes, poor fake, Ryse has allways been 900p, even on E3.
Obviously fake? I don't even. . .
We need to stop our obsession with resolutions and fps, im a console gamer, if i wanted the best fp and res possible i would buy a pc. I feel we talk more about res and fps than we do actual games/gameplay these days, a good game is a good game, regardless if its 720p, 900p or 1080p. Example: TLOU. And sitting 10 feet away from my 42 inch TV, i can't tell the difference whatsoever from those pictures and seeing as i don't plan on buying a magnifying glass and sitting a foot away from my TV anytime soon, i don't care if a game is 720,900 or 1080p.
I feel the same way, too much emphasis on resolution. It won't be an issue with future X1 titles as they become more accustomed to the hardware and new drivers are made available.
Im talking about both consoles, "1080p this" and "60 fps" that, since when did console gamers start to imitate PC gamers? Another argument is how god damn stupid it is to judge a consoles capabilities from LAUNCH titles, games that have had very little dev time and are made purely for the launch of the console to get the console sold. Are people so quick to forget the launch games compared to the games that follow?
^^^ What Lukas_Japonicus said..... It's not everyday you see a well written comment without fanboy bias on N4G.... well done good sir!
Well said sir.Arguing about resolutions is just childish.
Can we stop with Ryse polygon,resolution,etc.... its getting to be such a troll fest.
When I clicked the link and saw the authors photo on the left side, I thought I was looking at a mug shot...LOL As for the comparisons in the photos...I just browsed them and closed the page..really nothing to see actually.
Lol, it should be a mug shot for bad videogame journalism.
i wouldnt even waste my time on that..why would i? 1080p vs 900p..how does that affect the game im playing? i barely took notice of that this gen and its going to be same next gen..the truth is that most gamers dont even care about all this.they dont even know a war of the resolutions is going on in their backyards and they will never know..only the tech junkies need this..i buy my consoles to play games and have fun with friends simple..not to dissect and count polygons and framerates...
Your comment hit the nail on the head, have a bubble :)
oh thanks..you are too kind sir.
The resolution on those pictures is horrendous. Just watch the new Ryse trailer and disregard this story.
Why on earth is this stuff such a big deal when a game looks good?
I play video games, not count polygons.
Ryse has never been 1080p, even E3 footage was 900p. ;)
Not enough of a noticeable difference to actually "mean" anything (at least to my horrid eyesight) and I honestly doubt it matters for the majority of "gamers".
Difference in pictures result of changed polygon count for characters from 150k to 85k and not from rendering in different resolutions. Authors have to learn to check their bases before publishing wrong or misleading articles in the internet.
Lmao at this obsession with 1080 and 60 fps. Jigsaw would have a field day with this community.
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