Despite the hype, the recently announced Dragon Ball game for the PS4 drew flak across the web for its "underwhelming" teaser screenshots which can arguably be produced on the old-gen PS3, Xbox 360 and WiiU.
No, those sub-hd screenshots with almost PS2 level textures are "stunning"!!
Dont be such a dudebro. :I
This would play great with a VR headset though.
I remember when The Order got flak for having some bad looking bricks in a screenshot. Or hey remember when Deep Down also got blasted for a low quality trailer? We've only seen 3 small screenshots, none of which had been labelled as to which platform they were from, kinda early to judge on the PS4 version when we may have seen nothing of it.
Its an upscaled PS3 title - likely using PS2 tools - so what do you expect. Also thinking that JP devs, in light of handhelds being more popular, are just saying "F**k it".
It will sell regardless, so they don't bother with big budgets.
I'm going to be mature about it and wait to see the new DBZ game in action before I throw a fit about a few screenshots and write an article about it.
It just little mistakes, when its come to a good looking like this one, does it really matter to you people? This is just my question to everybody at N4G! OT: DBZ 2014 looks very good'
The only reason you are saying this is because of DualShockers and their clickbait articles with all the articles including words like "looks amazing", "looks stunning", "looks lovely", "looks spectacular".
why are ppl so stuck up on visuals I mean don't get me wrong I like eye candy every once in awhile but come on....because lets be honest that it's going to come down to gameplay because if you want to talk about graphics/textures look at borderlands.....plus dragon ball z will always have that art style nothing to realistic where you need high res textures....just wait till the gameplay comes out and then judge.
The game will look as good as the team makes it. The power is there to make it look better than ever. It's up to them. I will wait till the game comes out to judge.
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