Must have missed that option in Windows 10.
It's examiner. It's expected.
I haven't ran in to that problem. I wonder if you change the input on your TV before turning it off may be a fix. Or use standby.
Because Sony has mandated the framerate must be better than it is in normal mode.
To me, it seems the easiest thing to do for Neo mode is to up the framerate instead of better shadows, better textures, or other improved effects.
I was mainly referring to people who make videos like Jim or Angry Joe. Of course there's a lot of others who just post stuff without any original content and just copy stuff, which is a problem, but I think established creators should be given some leeway.
Thankfully, it seems like youtube has a nice change regarding claims and monetiziation coming.
Just because there's a copyright claim by Content ID, doesn't mean it's illegal. That's the big problem with Content ID flagging. It knows the content, but not the context in which the content is being used, which is often Fair Use. That's why so many people are having problems with the copyright claim process, because Content ID automatically will put a claim on a video, regardless if it's being used correctly under Fair Use.
So glad it's back. I never heard about it until after it was sold out on Amazon so I had to order from GameStop. Now Amazon has it again so I can get my 20% off.
I'm the opposite as well. The normal games will have a Neo mode and there will be games I will buy. PSVR though, I haven't seen anything yet I'm interesting in playing. VR without enough interesting games to support it isn't worth it, for me.
Nope. Well, they might, but not because of this. This appears to be an affordable way of jumping from one platform to the other as the deal is only good until April 24th.
How do PC players manage when other people have different hardware?
"devs may decide that they don't want to waste their time making two versions."
It isn't two versions of the same game. Think of it like a PC game where there are graphics settings depending on how powerful your system is. That's all this is, except instead of near infinite combinations of PC hardware, there's only two.
They'll, ideally, build the game for base mode. If it runs on Neo mode, they c...
"Seriously, how will devs plan for games accordingly"
Develop game for base mode. Turn up the framerate, resolution, or other items for Neo mode. Does it run? Ship.
Reading the GiantBomb article, I'm very pleased with what I'm reading and I'm ready to order.
Specifically about this:
"Games running in NEO mode will be able to use the hardware upgrades (and an additional 512 MiB in the memory budget) to offer increased and more stable frame rate and higher visual fidelity, at least when those games run at 1080p on HDTVs. The NEO will also support 4K image output, but games themselves are not required to be...
So now we know the upgrades (but no word on BD drive?), I wonder what it will mean for performance. I don't care about 4K, but if I can get 1080p/60 and better textures and other goodies, I'm all in.
As many have said, HDMI 1.4 can do 4k at 30fps.
AFAIK, no apps support 4k on PS4, but the PS4 is capable of it.
PS4 can already do 4k video. It might include a UHD Blu-ray drive, but it doesn't need a GPU upgrade for that. There is certainly a gaming aspect to this upgrade.
Plus, the console can be more efficient and I don't think it would even need to be native 4k. It could do something in between and then upscale.
I just hope if it is for 4k gaming, they'll have the ability to keep it 1080p and up the framerate for those that don't care about 4k.
Aisha Tyler is in playboy? Oh, wait...
Say that to Duke Nukem Forever.
Yep, and the intended article was reposted.