IGN - Curious to see how the PS4 version of Sony's stellar baseball sim compares to the PS3 version?
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Yes it's better. Impressive for only a port. But baseball is lame next story. NBA and NFL are better sports.
Terrible comparison IMO. I could have done better I think... : /
So basically what this video shows is no matter which system you buy it for, it looks incredible. I'm really enjoying the game on my PS4. This is the best baseball game I've played in 20 years, easily. This is my first year with The Show and I'm sorry I didn't buy a PS3 to play it last generation. This game does what very few baseball games before it has, makes it fun to play video game baseball. I love the road to the show. It was just icing on top of the cake that Sony gave digital buyers five dollars credit and 6000 stubs for their wait. I just cant imagine what they will have in store for us next year, considering how good this game already is.
^Agreed. I dabbled with my son's VITA version 2 years ago and a PSP version a couple years before that, but I really haven't been able to appreciate The Show anywhere near the amount I am currently, until now. It's really an awesome experience so far. Very impressed with just about everything, except the hair. ...the hair needs work...
I'm shocked how well the ps3 keeps up though, it's not quite Ps2 vs ps3 difference we've seen over the years...at least not yet:)
To be honest, I doubt we will see such a gap in graphics between generations as we did with the ps2--->ps3 In the future again.
I disagree at least in regards to The Show 14. But assuming they do build from scratch on the PS4, the player models should look like human beings. The reason for this is because baseball is actually a stiff sport and the main 2 players are pretty much pitcher VS batter. That's why the Show for PS3 consist of the best looking player models during the PS3/360 era.
IDK I kinda consider this generation to be a "tock" (intel lingo) it has its own jumps... but i also think we will see some crazy amazing games.
Actually, we will. Sony and some xbox exclusives, including some third party games really proved what a huge leap there was between the ps2 and ps3 and xbox and 360. Games like I feel like unchared 4, though I havent seen it, and 1886 will make the leap transparent early on.
It's diminishing returns. Also, the PS3 was quite powerful for it's time.
So was the ps2 though.
Both look great. Not much of a huge leap in graphics. PS4 version just have better textures and shadows. It will get better down the years
^and lighting/sound/animations. ..and crowd, grass (lol) and stadiums...
Yes all that too.
Ps3 looks low quality and PS4 looks high quality. The way it should be. I am looking forward to when they stop making the previous gen so they can focus on just next gen console.
I can honestly say that after playing both, These video comparisons don't do the PS4 version justice. If you were to see these games in person you would totally be able to tell the difference. Its insane the level of detail the PS4 version has. So good that the actual flaws really stick out as opposed to the ps3 version. Example would be like how a batter hit an umpire with a foul ball. On the ps3 version the umpire has no animation on the face, but you cant really tell so you kind of brush it off. On the PS4 version when that happens you can tell theres no expression and the protective mask doesn't fly off like you would expect it would being next-gen system. Either way I love this game. Youtube and other crappy uploaded videos don't give these new games any justice. I highly recommend people use Gamersyde for videos. You can really see from those. Ofcourse if you are willing to download the huge files.
The PS4 version looks gorgeous, definitely on the border for uncanny valley, I'm going to have to give this game a try.
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