These new Arcade gameplay videos offer a glimpse of what we should probably expect to see running on Sony's next-gen hardware.
Expect to see it running on sony hardware but right now its only running on 360. ha
This looks HORRIBLE if this is PS3 that's sad, the fighters look ok but the backgrounds and stuff look just plain awful theirs no detail whatsoever they need to seriously put in some work making this look nicer, DOA4 looks much much better, this is my honest opinion so don't try to trash me for it...
that crap is not on our system, that's ps3....
"ps3 exclusive" and if it gonna looks like that thank goodness :)
I'm sure you would say the same thing if it was coming to the 360 as well. Video quality was great too.
No I would say the same, the backgrounds are dull, boring and unrealistic, it honestly doesn't look all that great I'm giving my honest opinion if it was on the 360 I'd say it looked like crap too, doa4 visually was much better
I think it looked great, really no different then some of the xbox 360 games. In all honesty the 360 games look great but not to their full potential, and im guessing the ps3 graphics will be about the same. In other words they'll both be great as time goes on.
My only gripe with the ps3 was that they took the vibration out of the controller, i was pissed, but just to get a taste of how it'll be. I turned off my custom soundtrack, (which i loooove so much), then i turned off the vibration, and i played an extremely intense fire fight in a game of Ghost Recon Advanced War. It was exhilirating, i mean i was actually hearing all the ingame sounds and using them to my advantage, i was really on edge, nervous sneaking around trying not to get detected and if i had the vibration on, i'd pee my pants. But my point is that it was soooo intense and fun that i didnt care about vibration. It was just good clean fun, the sound alone draws you in, now im scared to even play with vib on.
it would be weird now without vibration to be perfectly honest
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