People who say it's impossible to tell the difference between 30. and 60 fps.

#61DarkSymbiotePosted 12/23/2012 6:51:53 AM
Jiyuu Falcon posted...
I honestly prefer the look of slightly blurred 30fps. Still, it hs no place in a highly technical action game, or what is supposed to be one, as it interferes with gameplay. Stick your 30fps to cinematics.


That just makes the game odd. Weird transitions.
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#62SlaveBladePosted 12/23/2012 7:32:09 AM
NDenizen posted...
I find it hilarious there are people who actually say "I don't care"

I'm sure you don't mind eating crap either, but don't get all uppity when I point out that you are, indeed, eating crap.

There's a reason the best game developers strive so hard to get 60FPS, and not just because it looks better, it actually makes tighter and more responsive games since there are more frames for player inputs.

When you say "I don't care", you're basically saying "I really hate it when games are good"


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#63TaizukuPosted 12/23/2012 7:39:46 AM
Wakutan posted...
Taizuku posted...
I can tell the difference, but it's not different enough for me to give a ****.


You'd give a **** if you tried this on 60fps and go back to 30fps. I got this with PC versions vs Console versions. Trust me once you go 60fps you never go back.


Nope.
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#64DarkSymbiotePosted 12/23/2012 7:47:08 AM
It's interesting that the Pros are right for once.
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#65SlaveBladePosted 12/23/2012 7:48:13 AM
Wakutan posted...
Taizuku posted...
I can tell the difference, but it's not different enough for me to give a ****.


You'd give a **** if you tried this on 60fps and go back to 30fps. I got this with PC versions vs Console versions. Trust me once you go 60fps you never go back.


Dreamcast

Sonic Adventure 1: roughly 30FPS with slowdown IIRC
Sonic Adventure 2: 60 FPS with very few cases of slowdown, if at all, from memory.

Sonic Adventure 1 was clearly the superior game, folks... So there goes your higher FPS = forever better argument.
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#66pyro_buntaPosted 12/23/2012 7:52:48 AM
SlaveBlade posted...
Wakutan posted...
Taizuku posted...
I can tell the difference, but it's not different enough for me to give a ****.


You'd give a **** if you tried this on 60fps and go back to 30fps. I got this with PC versions vs Console versions. Trust me once you go 60fps you never go back.


Dreamcast

Sonic Adventure 1: roughly 30FPS with slowdown IIRC
Sonic Adventure 2: 60 FPS with very few cases of slowdown, if at all, from memory.

Sonic Adventure 1 was clearly the superior game, folks... So there goes your higher FPS = forever better argument.


Brilliant.

Just brilliant.
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#67SlaveBladePosted 12/23/2012 7:53:54 AM
pyro_bunta posted...
SlaveBlade posted...
Wakutan posted...
Taizuku posted...
I can tell the difference, but it's not different enough for me to give a ****.


You'd give a **** if you tried this on 60fps and go back to 30fps. I got this with PC versions vs Console versions. Trust me once you go 60fps you never go back.


Dreamcast

Sonic Adventure 1: roughly 30FPS with slowdown IIRC
Sonic Adventure 2: 60 FPS with very few cases of slowdown, if at all, from memory.

Sonic Adventure 1 was clearly the superior game, folks... So there goes your higher FPS = forever better argument.


Brilliant.

Just brilliant.


If you beat either game, you would understand.
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#68pyro_buntaPosted 12/23/2012 8:03:44 AM
No. The fact that you linked a Sonic game to a Hack & Slash (DMC) regarding framerates is one of the stupidest things you brought up. It's a ****ing Sonic game. What does it have to do with a game like DMC?
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#69SlaveBladePosted 12/23/2012 8:06:41 AM
pyro_bunta posted...
No. The fact that you linked a Sonic game to a Hack & Slash (DMC) regarding framerates is one of the stupidest things you brought up. It's a ****ing Sonic game. What does it have to do with a game like DMC?


You folk ***** about framerate all day.

I bring up an example where framerate did not make a ****ing difference in the QUALITY of the actual game.

You ignore it.

****ing typical of you guys at this point, really...
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#70DethaPosted 12/23/2012 8:11:27 AM(edited)
Not only that, but both of those Sonic games are very bad and SA2 actually has a higher critical rating on all accounts.

He's literally wrong in comparing them in every possible way.

CoD vs Halo would be better. I think Halo is a better game than CoD. But even then, those games aren't very reliant on technical skill. So in the end, it would be better to compare fighting games - one with 60 fps vs one with 30 fps. I can't even think of one made at 30 fps, except this last JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and that was quoted by the creator as not being competitive.
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