"There are nuances and challenges with development on each console," says Mel Kirk, Vice President of Publishing at Zen Studios.
Cows must be crapping in fields cos I smell....
Come on guys I was purely trying to be funny , its obviously true..... Seems humour fails me , as does sarcasm.
I really can't imagine it was difficult to get to 1080p on either.
Yep this games comes out at the same time for both consoles, rigjt?
If by having roughly 500 more shaders, twice as many render output units, roughly 30% more texture units and a much faster "direct bus" to the gpu components at your disposal means that it´s as hard to get a 1080p render up as on a system with half the rops, 30% less TO and ca 500 less shaders (ignoring the ACE part)....that simply can´t be right, Sir. You dont have to be an expert in this metier to call BS on this. Not saying that PS4 will run anything at 1080p with 60fps... but stating that, a (not slighlty) much potent hardware overall (CU, ACE, SHADERS, GDDR5 1MPOOL, TX) has the same troubles to get a game running up to 1080p (lets ignore the 30 - 60fps aspect)... as a much as a weaker system overall... Okay, if you say so Zen Studio - Developers creators of only Pinball Games. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... http://vr-zone.com/articles...
A lot of people here are experts in games development I see... Who cares anyhow? Personally, I would rather play a great game at 720p and 30 fps than an average game at 1080p and 60 fps... But, that's just me... I care more about the overall game (story, gameplay, sound, game depth, etc) than the graphics... I know I am in the minority for that...
Keyword "60fps"...PS4 is easy to develop, Xbox One not so much. Its been proven by plenty of devs
Solution = change the art style. Realistic graphics are massive resource hogs on a system.
This just in....a Pin Ball game finally proves that the ps4 and the Xbone are equal in power...
thats funny, my friend who worked on ghosts and advanced warfare said quite the opposite
LOL. Is gamingbolt on Microsoft's payroll now?
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