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Another Black Ops 2 Full HD Statement from Activision

#1PendragoonPosted 10/8/2012 9:45:13 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cv4VE-zizDw

This is on the 3DS eshop as well (41 seconds, Wii U preview section, Jason Ades interview) Jason was also one of the people playing the game during the Wii U version reveal in the video below where Full HD was originally said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4q9mOjImfA

So, now we have two sources saying the same thing...
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#2NewniePosted 10/8/2012 9:49:16 PM
I got a question...I'm not to up to date when it comes to tvs. I have a cheap 60fps 1080p 23' Vizio tv... Nothing special.

Seeing as the Wii U has a lot of games that play 60fps, will I get the full smoothness running on it? If anyone seen the newest trailer for Nano Assault Neo, you will know the kind of smoothness I'm talking about.
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#3ZvolTxPosted 10/8/2012 9:51:52 PM
@ Topic: Cool, I'm a little hesitant on whether it is ACTUALLY 1080p stil.

@ TC: Is your username different than it was before? Particularly with the 0O...

@ Newnie: Yes, 60.
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#4NewniePosted 10/8/2012 9:54:07 PM
ZvoLtx posted...
@ Topic: Cool, I'm a little hesitant on whether it is ACTUALLY 1080p stil.

@ TC: Is your username different than it was before? Particularly with the 0O...

@ Newnie: Yes, 60.


Thanks bro, appreciate it.
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#5Pendragoon(Topic Creator)Posted 10/8/2012 9:57:54 PM
All an upgrade will get you is a better picture, bigger size, better viewing angles, and a little less motion blur (unless you go plasma, then a lot less motion blur and perfect viewing angles) The low quality screens found in smaller HDTVs is the biggest problem you may have. You already have 1080p and 60hz is just fine for games. How far do you sit from it while playing and if you did want to upgrade, do you have a price limit?
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#6Pendragoon(Topic Creator)Posted 10/8/2012 10:00:59 PM
ZvoLtx posted...


@ TC: Is your username different than it was before? Particularly with the 0O...


No, it is the same as it has always been.
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#7NewniePosted 10/8/2012 10:02:14 PM
PENDRAG0ON posted...
All an upgrade will get you is a better picture, bigger size, better viewing angles, and a little less motion blur (unless you go plasma, then a lot less motion blur and perfect viewing angles) The low quality screens found in smaller HDTVs is the biggest problem you may have. You already have 1080p and 60hz is just fine for games. How far do you sit from it while playing and if you did want to upgrade, do you have a price limit?


I sit very close to the tv because of my poor eyesight and with the tv at a good angle where my eyes are focused middle of the screen.
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#8ZvolTxPosted 10/8/2012 10:02:44 PM
Okay then, for some reason it just looked out of place.
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#9SkyCrackersPosted 10/8/2012 10:09:11 PM
That would be cool, if true. Still kinda sceptical at this point, given what we've seen of other games.

Still, I'd settle for decent 720p with decent AA. Hopefully the Wii U will at least be able to deliver that on a consistent basis.
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#10ZvolTxPosted 10/8/2012 10:12:44 PM(edited)
Newnie posted...
PENDRAG0ON posted...
All an upgrade will get you is a better picture, bigger size, better viewing angles, and a little less motion blur (unless you go plasma, then a lot less motion blur and perfect viewing angles) The low quality screens found in smaller HDTVs is the biggest problem you may have. You already have 1080p and 60hz is just fine for games. How far do you sit from it while playing and if you did want to upgrade, do you have a price limit?


I sit very close to the tv because of my poor eyesight and with the tv at a good angle where my eyes are focused middle of the screen.


Just because I had an eye doctor appointment today, have you considered getting contacts or glasses? I was absolutely amazed when I got mine how much of a difference it made for playing games. The ambient light from screens only hinders your vision further, and it is especially bad with worse eyesight. If that's an option for you, I would suggest it. I believe my insurance actually fully pays for my glasses (which I actually don't use anymore, I'm strictly contacts now) and a years worth of contacts only costs me $25.00 out of pocket. I don't know what your insurance would do, but I have Federal Employee BCBS, and it works nicely for me.

Other than that, a larger TV could help. I actually play games mostly on my small HDTV in my room, although with WiiU that could very well end up changing. If you have the money and want to invest in a larger TV, it would help, but if you don't have tons of spare cash laying around, I would suggest putting it to much more important things as usual, as what you have will work perfectly fine.
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