Natural Doctrine Dev: PS4 is "Nuclear Energy;" has "Tremendous Power," Explains Vision for Game

Kadokawa Games' PlayStation exclusive strategy JRPG Natural Doctrine is still partly shrouded by mystery, but producer Kensuke Tanaka shed some light on the game today and he also expressed a very strong enthusiasm for Sony's PS4.

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MasterCornholio1633d ago

How do I power my house with it?

starchild1633d ago

wun millyun trooops. wooow. Exxtreeeemee. you'll be sucked.

minimur121633d ago

This is truly rocket science level stuff.

mewhy321632d ago

"but Natural Doctrine doesn’t go in that direction, but instead aims to provide a strategy RPG where you can enjoy the world on all platforms." Translated means, dumbed down so it will work on lesser consoles.

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dodo1011633d ago (Edited 1633d ago )

STFU troll.
It's a totally different architecture.
You can't compare pc to consoles.

Fishy Fingers1633d ago (Edited 1633d ago )

I'm a PC gamer first and formost but even I'm not going to entertain the idea of comparisons between the two. Especially when it's purely for self satisfaction.

For example my mates PC is more powerful than a PS4 on paper, yet BF4 looks and runs much better on his PS4.

Doink1632d ago

Your mate PC must have a good processor but shitty GPU, the PC version of BF4 looks better and is smoother than the ps4 version

claudionmc1632d ago

@Donkey (sorry, it was @Doink)

It is impossible for a PC with 1.8TB of raw power to run BF4 better and smoother than a PS4...

Of course that the PC version of BF4 looks better, but you need a $1.000 PC to achieve that

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