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Since the Xbox One moved to monthly updates it's probably made the contrast bigger.

PS3 did get regular updates but proper feature updates were few and far between, basically. #1.1.5
What's the deal with all the downvotes for comments celebrating the Vita? #10
Really depressing, hope it gets a strong marketing push on PS4 too. #4.1
Ah yeah, that makes sense, a lot of the big Vita games are coming out of Japan, yeah. #2.1.1
Sad times, I was hoping for Vita stuff at E3, I guess it isn't going to happen now. #2
This so much, one of the most inventive games I've played in recent times. #1.1
126d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
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Deadly Premonition's development had nothing to do with Microsoft, it was a third party game which was originally multiplatform -- the original Japanese release (called Red Seeds Profile) was released on 360 and PS3.

When Aksys Games decided to bring it to the west, they only brought the 360 version over. Then the Director's Cut happened by way of Rising Star Games. Neither Microsoft or Sony put a penny in the game's development,... #1.3
126d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
Maybe not PS4 because Microsoft Studios published and funded the game's development.

Consider that lot of Xbox One digital games are seeing their PC release on Windows 10 with cross-buy support for XBO/Win10 -- easy way for MS to push their new platform, and also come up with a compelling alternative to Valve's Steam Monopoly.

As nice as a PS4 release would be for those without a PC or One, it just isn't feasible. #1.2
126d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
Wish I could reply to your reply but I'll do it here. You're right, I think it's because some of the screens show a very zoomed out view, so you're not getting as much detail as you would from behind the Karter. The Cheese Land image is a good representation though, I think. #9.4
138d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
Mario Kart 8 doesn't use any antialiasing whatsoever, so regardless of the rendering resolution there will always be jaggies around the polygons.

If we were to view the 5k images on a high-ppi monitor at 2880p (the latest iMac has 5k on a 27" display), then the pixels would be small enough that you don't notice the jaggies anyway.

But if you zoom into 100% and view a small portion of the 2880p image at whatever monitor you're using (mine'... #9.3
138d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
I definitely appreciate the sentiment made on this piece -- it does suck that every 3DS owner can't play Xenoblade.

However, the main argument behind it is technically based around factually incorrect information:

"Now I know why Nintendo decided to do this and that was to promote the Nintendo Amiibo feature"

This is not entirely true, it was because they needed the extra CPU power for an open world, and an open world requires m... #2
153d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
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155d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment | Off topic
Smurf Racer looks rad!!!

Loved Smurf's Nightmare back in the day, it had an eerie soundtrack though.

Smurfs are scary. #1
774d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
That statement you quoted refers to the APU in general, not the CPU side of things. PS4's APU is no doubt very powerful (given that GPU especially), but the actual Jaguar CPU inside the APU is seemingly a weaker element to it.

It'd definitely be modified to fit PS4 (it's 8 cores for example so if developers take advantage of that it should be good) and be optimised, but its CPU is still derived from the Jaguar architecture, a successor to BobCat and competitor to... #1.1
916d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
Ninja Gaiden: Razor's Edge was published by Nintendo and the announcement that it was coming to other platforms came a fair few months after its release.

Agreed that it's Ubisoft's fault, though someone is undeniably pulling the strings here (there's no real reason why Ubisoft would delay the Wii U version). #9.1
935d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
The article says it only shows a November 23 release date when Flash is not enabled - I see the reported advert on my phone which does not support flash and Firefox with flash disabled through the add-ons menu #1.1
1073d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
@jaosobno - I do. I'm excited because it's based off a fairly modern design (of a 2011 chip rather than the rumoured 2009 chip from last year's leaks), and it supports OpenCL. It's modern tech, and it's power efficient, allowing Wii U to operate at a mere 40 watts and exist within a tiny box.

And the performance of a 4850 is more than what most have been expecting from Nintendo, a bit like how Nintendo have dedicated an entire 1GB to the Wii U's operat... #2
1083d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
Oh wow, I'm so excited about it now! #1.1
1083d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
This. From what I understand it's basically optical Blu Ray, just as Wii discs were optical DVDs. #4.1.1
1083d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
I agree about the Vita's Start/Select buttons, they are harder to press and in an odd location, shame.

Everything else is good, though, I like how the buttons (and D-Pad) in general are now clicky like the 3DS ones. #1.2.1
1134d ago by disgaeapuchi | View comment
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