It’s a pretty sensible request, too.
“Warriors Orochi 4 Dev Hopes PS5 And Next Xbox Won’t Be Costly In Relation To Their Performance“ Basically everyone’s wish. How is this news?
I honestly wouldn’t mind having the next gen be super expensive as long as great ip’s, creativity, and graphics blow me outs of the water. This get was good but honestly not the best. I haven jumped on the pro nor 1 because next gen is a couple of years away at this point
Screw mind blowing "Graphics". Give me mind blowing AI and mechanics that make a game deep and interesting, and a story that's not so shallow that a child could figure it out.
Why not both, I know the last of us 2 ai was amazing from the looks of it and the characer motion. Games would be more fun, deep, interesting and challenging. Dynasty warriors could use it tbh.
Can be achieved by more space and ram no?
How much is super expensive. $600.00, $800.00, $1000.00?
To me it’s $600-$800 like ps3 and 360. Tbh last gen was so great. Great ips, graphics.... something I think this gen lacks. That wow factor.
Everyone agrees. But They're the last ones I want to hear It from seeing they can't even use the power of this Gen properly, so they wouldn't be the ones anyone needs to worry about seeing next Gen will probably still look bad for those games. Even though they're fun
Developers who doesnt make the prettiest game now probably wont make them next gen either. For the most part, unless they have some sort of an internal shakeup or invest in better tools and engines at least. Not every game will have the visual prowess or polish like naughty dog games typically have had, but I would wager that polish and fun should be something to strive for. Many games are fun and unique and if they are polished enough I keep on playing them.
Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha... (yeah, it is funny that a dev that's never really pushed hardware performance is hoping for decent hardware performance. More so in the long wake of chasing after specs caused a "mini" industry crash.)
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