It's on a 14nm process....how the hell did they manage to make it less energy efficient than the Nvidia cards that are on 16nm?
True. My adblocker just went nuts. From 0-60 in 5 seconds. That's faster than my car.
I've never bought one either. If the game proper doesn't have enough content for me, I just don't buy it.
Me too. Then add Xenoblade and that number would easily double. Oh and Bayonetta 2 to double that again.
Definitive version. Doesn't look that impressive though. I'm surprised the consoles can't manage 1080p/60.
Slightly more stable FPS at slightly higher resolution is still slightly. As usual.
Mmmm dat stutter tho....
Slightly. As usual.
Not sure who says that. Many of the Halo games are masterpieces and I'd love to play them on PC.
I agree. After the disappointment of the Wii and, to a lesser extent, Wii U, I need a Metroid of Prime proportions to get me to invest in Nintendo hardware again. Either that or a new franchise with the same level of exploration, action and depth.
Was this ever exclusive to PS4? If it was good I've always planned on getting it on PC.
Damn is this an article or a walkthrough?
I think the Wii U version looks better. But not by much.
All this does is remind me of a time when Nintendo made cutting edge hardware. I loved the Gamecube. Metroid Prime at 480p 60fps was a real showstopper. Twilight Princess and Resident Evil 4 were epic too.
Wow the story and villains must be bad if they're even worse than Far Cry 4. Now Vaas - HE was a badass. A genuinely awesome bad guy. Too bad the fight with him was QTE garbage.
They both look absolutely awful in this video. And it is the video as they both looked way sharper on the IGN comparison.
Especially after playing it at 60fps in the multiplayer lately. I really don't want to go back.
PS4 version just looks too bright in general. The colours in the Xbox One really seem to pop. Like I said: it could just be that is wasn't compared properly.
Are the colours better on Xbox One or is this just a poor comparison?
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