Same here. I think it looks pretty sweet and I haven't had any problems with glare yet.
Am I the only one who finds it weird that it's releasing on the Xbox 360, PC, and PS4 and not on the Xbox One?
All the Halo.
This. So this.
This is a misleading title.
1) Chill out on the cussing. Too much is untasteful and makes you sound uneducated.
2) I don't know what punishment you've been putting your butt through, but maybe you should stop - it appears to be causing you great agony.
In all seriousness though, get a reality check. You sound like some "Sony fanboy" kicked your puppy or something. This kind of behavior is just unhealthy and bespeaks of some personal issues.
They should've had this as the default color scheme for the Xbox One. The contrast between the primary white and secondary black looks great.
Only if it sells poorly.
The thing with the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game is that while the PS4 version's frame rate does in fact vary between 60-30 fps, it is capable of hitting 60 fps. The Xbox One version, to my understanding, cannot achieve 60 fps.
Obviously, I have no first-hand experience with the Definitive Edition to test this out. This information was taken from articles and developer statements.
When I making the comparison, I wasn't necessarily talking about hype or anything - as I earlier mentioned about Titanfall, I was talking more about quality and perception.
They both seemed to viewed as the first of the 'next-gen wave' for their respective platforms.
I feel the same. I'm not really sure where they can take it from here.
When it comes to the differences between the PS4 and Xbox One versions, the difference is in the frame rate which you can't really see with this video.
The PC version is superior - as one would expect, but as others have mentioned, they are only running the PC version at Ultra, not Ultimate. The last-gen versions are the least impressive - as, yet again, one would expect.
The way they redesigned her face for the Definitive Edition still bugs me a little....
Clever and well done. I like :)
Project Spark is continually shaping up to be a cooler and cooler game.
It means that we'll see a lot of Gears of War sequels.
Has this guy not seen any of the trailers or related video documentaries outside of just this one?
This game will offer far more than just "the ability to “Share” an (admittedly gorgeous) digital rendition of Seattle’s cityscape at dusk!"
Oh, come on. It may have been a little lackluster, but it was nowhere near 4/10 bad.
It can bring down anyone.
Personally, I don't see anything really revolutionary about it, but it doesn't take a genius or a look into the future see that it sell well and will sell systems. At this point, I don't think anyone can really deny that what with all the hype and traction that it has going for it.
I kind of see this game as being to the Xbox One what inFAMOUS: Second Son is to the PS4. Both are looked to as being the first 'truly next-gen' games.