Photo Mode is nice, but isn't it a little redundant?
apparently "dispatches.cheatcc.com&q uot; only does nonfactual, flamebait, clickbait articles that serve no purpose whatsoever. oh, and this site also seems to have a big hatred for sony or the ps4.
It's articles like these that get approved the quickest as well, fanboys jump on stuff like this.
Photo mode is a great optional feature that will get even more use when we will eventually get the option for custom themes on the ps4, people will get really creative then.
Custom themes still aren't available? Wow I did not know that :S
agreed - I'm not thrilled with photo mode right now - but custom themes would change that immediately!
Or he speaks the inconvenient truth. The only game on PS4 in almost 2 years that has held my attention was Destiny.
Your playing the wrong games then dude. Bloodborne and Rocket League have been released, you know that right?
@dynasty What you just said, unfathomable.
really? That was one of the games I've avoided because it sucked...
Maybe you have A.D.D. then.
Sometimes we get lost in time just enjoying the art of creating a great photo shoot on iNfamous SS. No one can prohibit any gamer from enjoying great graphics on any console.
how can someone write a whole article about a small feature they don't like?? Dude the option is there if you don't like it DON'T USE IT...I know don't thank me, but the power of options is unearthly -_-'
Yeah pretty silly really. Don't use it simple as. Its a harmless feature. I love some of the stuff people have created using it.
I think it is a nice feature!
I like photo mode!
'Too dumb for words' yet the author chose to write about it?!
Talk about ironic. I feel like he should get in contact with Alanis Morisette, she could explain the term to the author.
Doesnt have any friends to share his screenshots with
That made me laugh dude :)
Lmfao that explains it!
"Dumb is as dumb does"...if you don't like the feature, ignore it, mate!
How is this redundant? There's literally no other way to take screenshots of this level. Also, photo mode is great free marketing.
You haven't seen this guy and how well he frames a shot by standing in front of the TV with his Polaroid Instamatic. And while we are at it: "Dear writer of this article. If you show a single screenshot in any article on your site then you sir are dumb. Just dumb. D-U-M-B dumb. What's next? Do you sue Xbox One for guessing your IQ? Please, the annoying trend in question is you writing articles."
Photomode is nice. :)
I want photo mode in all games! I love it. And if you don't like it then just ignore it and move on....
The author of this "article" is dumb, not photomode. I love that Sony is making this available in most of their games, cant wait to see it in the Nathan Drake Collection and in Uncharted 4.
'Too dumb for words' Evidently not.
Wait did I read that right... Arkhum knight had a 4GB patch to take photos? I really hope there's more to it than that. 4GB is the equivalent of a indy arcade game. Whoa thats a tax on some people's download monthly limitation. Oh Sony is behind the slaughter... Nevermind.. nothing to see here.
So this console generation is all about sharing and we have articles being written moaning about the modes that allow better things to share. Slow news week for this site obviously.
Was curious and clicked it. I actually found it funny. ' It's already incredibly easy to take and share pictures with PS4 games. All someone has to do is press the Share button on the DualShock 4. While there are some rare instances where this isn't allowed, most of the time a press of a button is all it takes to get a screenshot you can save or share via social media. It makes you wonder if a Photo Mode within a game is worth it, when regular sharing is that easy. ' 'You can catch a character at a specific point of action. Maybe you'll even see the game in a new way because of a shot you took. It's a fun diversion, but how often is it actually used? And are there really enough instances where a shot you took in Photo Mode on your PS4 couldn't have been grabbed with a quick Share?' ' it isn't something most people will probably use in the game' Thanks for the laugh Edit: the author should follow Drive Club on Twitter to get some idea before writing ridiculously ignorant stuff
I like photo modes. Just ignore it if u don't like it. And it's features in both consoles so not just a playstation thing....
How can a feature for taking custom photos from any angle during GAMEPLAY at the touch of a button be called redundant and then watching tv on your TV is praised as the greatest thing ever?
Now, I don't think this feature is really an issue. It is a little redundant with the share feature already available, but cool nonetheless. The point where what the author says really holds any water is when he says the patch to add it in to Arkham Knight was 4.3 gb. Did photo mode really take up all that space, or was there a lot of other stuff in the patch too? If it really takes up that much space it'd be cool if the developers gave you the option to download it or not.
Halo is still the king of photomode tho.
Although I don't really use the feature much, I enjoy seeing what people with talent can do with it (Driveclub stuff especially), and if Sony ever let us use our pics as themes or profile pics it'd be great.
I think photo mode is awesome idea, even the lesser ones like Far Cry 4's where you use your camera (item) and can remove the hud for good images. Too bad the images are compressed... I noticed it after trying to pick my new desktop wallpaper from my FC4 shots and realized some were just AWFULLY blurry (probably partly game specific because KZ Shadow Fall images were okay).
It's too dumb for words yet you post about it?
I'm trying to understand how this is a "Playstation trend" when Xbox has a screen capture option and some of the games listed were multi-platform games. Singling out Sony seems like little more then flame bait.
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