@ Da1rocky - Very well said!
Great footage, can't wait! Hopefully it gets announced for PS4 Pro. This in 4K would be amazing.
Yes they are!
This video is laughable at best when trying to make a fair visual assessment. ROTR on PS4 Pro looks light years better than what this 720p youtube stream is leading on. You truly will not understand or ever see the 4K gaming advantage of the PS4 Pro by looking at streamed youtube that are not in 4K. After seeing Mass Effect Andromeda and Horizon Zero Dawn running in 4K on the PS4 Pro, please trust me, the advantage is huge. Again, this video comparison is extremely pointless.
An encouraging read on how some in the dev community are taking full advantage of the PS4 Pro. Even mre encouraging was the 4K showcase of Mass Effect Andromenda, as well as Horizon Zero Dawn running on PS4 Pro via a 4K stream on my 55' 4K Sony Bravia display. I was truly blown away at the vibrant details and crazy lighting effects. Just fantastic! 30 frames at that resolution would be more than satisfying. I'm not going to torture myself and expect the PS4 Pro to deliver 4K/60 frames...
I must say, based on previous games in the series part 3 is looking like the first step in the right direction. I also agree with Crazychris4124 that it could use a bit more optimizing, however it looks like a promising shooter.
At the moment there are no plans of ADR1FT being supported with PSVR - http://www.videogamer.com/p...
As a conscience driven African-American, reading the rhetoric portrayed in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, I do not at all find the rhetoric offensive, nor do I believe Eidos-Montreal to be insensitive to the plight of Black lives based on the upcoming games expressive slogans. In fact, I actually find this approach most beneficial in making people more empathetic and compassionate about the lives of all humans, regardless of color, culture, augmentations, etc. Though this is a video game, subconsc...
I couldn't agree more.
I thought Halo 5 Guardians greatly represented the Xbox One quite well.
I believe your reasoning is exactly why most if not all PlayStation exclusive will struggle to meet the need of this articles question, primarily because there is simply so many impressive exclusives to choose from. I don't mean to say that another platform offers better exclusives, it just that the variety on PlayStation is quite vast. The minute a considerably great PlayStation exclusive releases, another is not too far behind.
Simply based on the games list according the article I would say Splatoon, as it launched during a time of severe drought on the Wii U. The game was not only well received it actually sold quite a few Wii U's. Of course, the article isn't asking which games were subjectively better, nor am I saying Splatoon was a better game than say UC4, however a far as which platforms were in greater need of greatness and received just that, Splatoon on the Wii U, by far.
Not a bad direction list of rating the best Infamous games. Though I would still put the original Infamous over Infamous: First Light simply based on the amount of content afforded in the first game. However, there is no denying that First Light was great!
Wow, that would have been a great idea.
Insightful Q&A - So looking forward to embracing this narrative.
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Watch Dog 2 could be revealed at E3 and though the original title left some things on the table to be desired, I still enjoyed the overall experience. Hopefully the sequel can deliver in spades.
This is a pretty cool theme!
This was a solid read. While the article stated the obvious, it certainly left room for the imagination. In ones opinion, Microsoft truly needs to build upon a great foundation from this point moving forward, a foundation that should be represented by a barrage of quality first party titles, and not just the conveyor belt approach of simply a few recognizable franchises from last-gen. They need to hit hard in this department. This is something Sony has masterfully established with SWS, Sony W...
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