Yes, because 1080p should have been the standard and Xbox One had a hard time getting there. Did anyone expect the PS4 to do native 4k? Of course not. It's about expectations. Xbox One fell a bit short and the PS4 is going above, just like Scorpio will do.
I don't know why people giving this site clicks and getting it as a hot article.
Right? Who knew the hardware is a bottleneck to keep the Pro from performing at levels it was never expected to?
I really wish they made a console version that fully voiced all the dialogue. The story almost ruins what you think of Cloud because Zac was so much more.
Maya deserves her #2 spot.
To save people from clicking for a couple sentences on each page:
"Project Scorpio Isn't Microsoft's Last Console, Rejects Xbox Boss"
So, it is the last console?
It is different. Some things I like, some I don't. I think vehicles and travel is the big change and it just isn't fun this time around and you can fast travel all over the place now. Not much in the way of garage shortcuts anymore. Being able to control other cars makes chases WAY too easy to complete now. Got a cop chasing you? Look back, have them steer left or right and you're gone.
That may be true, but Obsidian isn't working on this one.
Watch, they'll roll the next season in to the game like they did last time.
Not having a 4K TV yet, the improved performance is what I wanted the most. I had hoped more developers would take the path they did with Rise of the Tomb Raider and offer multiple display options.
I don't think they're really looking for anyone's input.
Shenmue 3 and Pinball Arcade devs I think can be added to the list.
The GPU is essentially doubled. It isn't just overclocked.
This is what I wanted with Pro. I hope more Pro patched games allow a high framerate mode as well as the better visual options.
So maybe just a minor bump from the increased clock, but still keeping the mirrored GPU off? I can live with that.
It's only been two weeks since I wiped and reloaded everything on my HD in the Pro and it's slow.
I dunno, it seems like it's been pretty bad since the site redesign.
One game cannot ruin someone with 30 years of great games.
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