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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Gameplay Shows Halo 3 and 4 Changes, Halo 2 Single and Multiplayer

NoobFeed writes: "Those interested in reliving Bungie’s Microsoft high days in Halo: The Master Chief Collection will probably enjoy the four different videos the company released for the compilation. Footage details the changes made to Halo 3 and 4, as well as showing gameplay from Halo 2: anniversary in singleplayer and multiplayer."

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Foehammer1543d ago

That is a ton of content.

1st day purchase.

dillhole1543d ago

Where is the original video from? Because the guy keeps on going on about how "you can see the 60fps difference" etc. - but I can't because it's a 30fps youtube video.

IVanSpinal1543d ago (Edited 1543d ago )

these are the best web sites to see 60fps gameplays

http://www.everyeye.it/xbox...

http://www.gamersyde.com/ga...

Summons751543d ago

That and the human eye literally can not tell the difference between 30 and 60 but it helps with how smooth the game runs.

Allsystemgamer1543d ago

Yes. Yes it can. You can tell the difference in how smooth or choppy it is.

dillhole1543d ago (Edited 1543d ago )

You are 100% wrong Summons75. Stop spreading your misinformation. Check the link.

https://frames-per-second.a...

ScottyHoss1543d ago

"Film purists will criticize the lack of blur and strobing artifacts, but all of our crew--many of whom are film purists--are now converts. You get used to this new look very quickly and it becomes a much more lifelike and comfortable viewing experience. It's similar to the moment when vinyl records were supplanted by digital CDs. There's no doubt in my mind that we're heading towards movies being shot and projected at higher frame rates."
—Peter Jackson, via the site you linked.

If higher frame rates mean more realistic and smooth movement in movies then wouldn't it be the same for games? it's old news that anything below 48 FPS hurts the human eye, as Thomas Edison first stated it and studies have shown it to be true. I can very easily tell the difference between 30 and 60 FPS.

Jonny5isalive1543d ago

nope, you can tell. how many FPS do you think the eye sees in? It doesnt. JUst look at a tree blowing in the wind in real life with all its leaves and shit and count to one. Thats a shit ton more than 24 FPS.

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GodGinrai1543d ago

This game is going to devour my winter. I hope we get snowed in!