Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions - Wii to 360/PS3 graphics comparison
The point of this is.....?
To show us what we already know: Wii has SD resolution and doesn't look as good compared to the 360 or PS3.
It's looks pretty similar though considering. Spiderman 2099 looks way better though in the HD versions. Still, good effort. Wish more developers tried that hard on the Wii.
actually the wii's brighter colors look better on Spider-man
Wii fanboys are such hypocrites. so it's OK to compare Wii hardware sales and games sales to PS3/360's (even though Wii is last-gen like Playstation Two) but it's not OK to compare Wii graphics to PS3/360 graphics? LOL.
Lol, I've never actually what you're talking about. I've yet to see a Wii fanboy talk about sales. Some did way back then, when the Wii first passed up the 360, but there's no point of a Wii fanboy talking about sales because it's such an obviously known fact that it's ahead by a long shot. I have the feeling that you just HAD to try to make something up to get on the Wii fanbase lol.
Agreed on the being ok to compare graphics. But, you need to get your facts strait. Wii is current generation. It may just be a drop in the bucket compared to PS360, however, it's still capable of all the same graphical bells and whistles(graphical texture/lighting effects), just with significantly lower resolution, polygon count, and texture complexity. It is a totally all together different beast than a PS2. It's at least 5X more powerful than a PS2. Although, because of multiplatform development between PS2 and Wii, a lot of Wii games have suffered in the graphics department. A good example for comparison would be a PS3 exclusive vs a 360 exclusive. The PS3 exclusies generally look better. Then compare that with a multiplatform title like Call of Duty 4. Not quite as impressive, but impressive enough. Just not quite the quality of a game like UC2 or GOW3.
this kind of games is exactly why gamers should be proud to own a 360 and ps3!!! with all the money fans are investing in their consoles, at least it should be decent graphics, not the same old hardware revamped in a new box with motion control addon. Don't treat me like a fanboy too fast, I do own a wii, a 360, ps3, ds, psp and many other consoles. I'm just not happy with what nintendo gave us this generation.
yea ps3 won this. it has more detail to me, anyone els notice that?
I was actually stunned when I watched some COD Reflex gameplay the other day. I never realised how close it was, graphically... although I am aware it is still kinda far off as it's still outputting SD. http://www.youtube.com/watc... I guess it's mostly because the tech for COD4, is very outdated - though.
Don't worry though, you aren't the only one. I get sick and tired of explaining that the graphics don't look soooo much better because of HD over SD resolutions. All that is, is a resolution. The graphical power is completely different and due to other reasons. Also, the fact that Shattered Dimensions runs in either 480p or 720p on the "HD consoles" while it runs at 480p on the Wii should prove this. If you run the game at 480p on PS3, it will look almost the same as it does at 720p, especially on a tv smaller than 40 inches. Why do people try to talk crap on the Wii saying it isn't an "HD console" when on the back of the PS3 game, it says that it runs in "HD resolutions at 480p and 720p." Why is 480p considered HD on PS3 and 360 but not Wii??????
You have a point. SD resolution is actually only 640X480. But the Wii's native resolution is 854x480. Significantly more pixels in the horizontal resolution. Still, truth be told, it is neither SD nor HD. Wii's 480p is considered something in between. ED or Enhanced Definition. Still, regardless of what PS360 gamers beleive. The Wii is part of the HD generation.
i like the 2099 spiderman for the ps3. too bad he says such stupid things. and the wii,well its looks like it should. a polished ps 2 game
Different models were clearly used for these. I guess that's the point.
The wii version is ok, that's a good thing.
Wii's graphics are last gen. No one can change that. But that doesn't mean it doesn't have awesome games, most of them exclusives. I have to say wii's my favourite console. And btw I'm not a fanboy, since I was actually considering buying one of the hd consoles. Oh, and this clearly shows it can manage the same games, even though they have lower graphics.
Picking an HD console after being with the Wii is a tough decision. There's a lot of the same on the PS360. Personally, I went with the 360 first. Later I got a PS3. I love the PS3 with Uncharted 1 and 2, and God of War 3, and such, but I honestly use the system more to download media from my PC, and watch Bluray movies more than games. Still, looks like more developers are going to start using the PS3 more as the lead console for multiplatform development, so PS3 is going to be the better of the the two for more recent multiplatform titles... They are both great systems though.
Sometimes it even looks like a diffrent location
Wow I'm kinda suprised that the Wii actually looks this good. It makes me think that with a bit of down-scaling any game could be done on Wii. :\
Beenox did well on the wii, but ive got 1 complaint. ultimate spiderman universe looks quite bland. Ultimate Spiderman on the GC/PS2/XBoX looked great and it is a little disappointing that SD's Ultimate universe looks worse. Other then that its pretty fun I rented it and I am having a good time with it.
Wii version looks better than I thought
I think the wii version looks alot brighter and the future suit looked less shiny. Pretty much the biggest difference i see.
Spider-man has more stitching in his spandex on 360 than on PS3....Get your torches & pitchforks, Hurry to the streets!!!
normal spider man & symbiote spider man look close in each version. Future Spider man looks way better on the ps3. Past spider man looks better on the wii.
Doesn't change it still a half assed game, just equally half assed between the hd systems and the wii.
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