I recently upgraded to an LG 4K TV, with HDR. So far, I'm more impressed with the HDR functionality than anything. For sure, stuff looks great in 4K native (streamed from Amazon and Netflix,) but for me, the resolution difference over 1080p is slightly noticeable, at best. Unless you have a television the size of an IMAX screen (or are watching your television with a magnifying glass from 2 inches away from the screen,) I honestly cannot image that the visible difference between 8K and...
I was gonna say... "Rise of the Tomb Raider: the Entire Game." :)
If they did re-master it, they could tweak some of the "insanity events" to better match up with the Switch and it's functionality... the screen could go black, with the message, "Battery critically low. Please return the Switch to the docking unit." Or, "Error: re-formatting SD card now." :P
Umm... last I heard, they are releasing a brand-new console next March.
From the official HDMI website: "The HDMI 1.4 specification adds support for extremely high video resolutions that go far beyond today’s 1080p systems. 4K is shorthand for 4,000 lines wide by 2,000 lines high, or roughly four times the resolution of a 1080p display. The term actually covers two formats, both supported in the HDMI 1.4 specification" http://www.hdmi.org/manufa...
Correct - the "a" specifically indicates the HDR metadata channel.
WHY WOULD ANYONE DOWNVOTE VIKINGLAND1's COMMENT? All he's saying is that he's not having an issue, and that he hopes for the best for those that are. Some people have nothing but blackness in their hearts!
You're absolutely right - try to find a bundle online right now for less than $675. Completely out-of-stock at all the major retailers.
I like your theory. With only a handful of first-party titles known to be coming out when the system releases, it would be awesome if Ninty had been secretly working closely with a bunch of 3rd-party publishers to surprise everyone with an amazing lineup of day-one games. I don't think Nintendo is as stupid as everyone makes them out to be... they tried to get 3rd-party support for the WiiU, and it didn't work out - I think they're smart enough to "switch" up their str...
I am currently seeing 3 in stock, but it's listed at $499.99?!?!?! https://www.walmart.com/ip/...
I am driving at a SPEED of 20 miles per hour. I INCREASE my speed to 30 miles per hour. I am now driving FASTER than I was before. Why is this even being discussed?
NOT EVERYONE CARES ABOUT POWER.
I'm probably just too old, but I actually found Ni No Kuni a bit difficult. I had trouble understanding the whole feeding & utilizing of my little monsters, and basically had to quit when I couldn't get past this one boss. I wished the game had some kind of "total idiot" mode, where you could just advance through the game at a nice peck, and just enjoy the visuals. Maybe your companions could take care of themselves, and do their own thing in battles. I thought that k...
So wait... the guy in the video says that the headphones don't really do anything, while the article claims that morse code can be heard. So which is it?
Omg, yeahright2 - your post had me in stitches. Thanks for cheering up my day!
That looks nauseating and creepy.
This is too cool. SMM for the Wii U is a freakin' BLAST.
Man, it's gonna SUCK if the control scheme is the deal-breaker for this game... I've been looking forward to it for so long, and that would be a huge letdown.
Inside is easily a 5/5 for me.
It is not, and was never meant to be, a multiplayer game.
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