And they say the wiiu is weaker than the ps3/360

#1me1122Posted 12/9/2012 8:26:22 AM
Monster hunter 3 ultimate for the wiiu will feature native 1080p graphics. Yep, I totally remember all those native 1080p ps3 and 360 games, oh wait.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBds6KHCvWc
#2HitagiPosted 12/9/2012 8:28:18 AM
Both PS3 and 360 could render it in 1080p as well. It is not a visually impressive game.
#3TalesRevenantPosted 12/9/2012 8:29:19 AM
Hitagi posted...
Both PS3 and 360 could render it in 1080p as well. It is not a visually impressive game.
#4GeassMasterPosted 12/9/2012 8:31:03 AM
This just in the Wii U can up-port 3DS games at 1080p.

IT HAS TO BE NEXT GEN.
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#5saika_magoichiPosted 12/9/2012 8:31:26 AM
...the game is mostly a Wii port, and despite the obvious visual upgrade, still looks sub-PS3/360. Running a bit smoother won't make enough of a difference for it to look impressive. Good thing graphics don't matter, right?
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#6kissdadookiePosted 12/9/2012 8:32:05 AM
me1122 posted...
Monster hunter 3 ultimate for the wiiu will feature native 1080p graphics. Yep, I totally remember all those native 1080p ps3 and 360 games, oh wait.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBds6KHCvWc


It's a port of a Wii game, the least they could do is to be able to run it at a native 1080P.

Do you see native 1080P for BO2? Nope. Assassin's Creed 3? Nope. Those two ports are also excellently handled as they are very competent ports.

If one needs a $500-$600 custom gaming PC to be able to run current games at 1080P natively, what the heck makes you think that the Wii U would end up giving you similar results? A $500-$600 custom built budget gaming PC that you and I can build with off the shelf retail parts is 4-6 times more powerful than current PS360 hardware, so according to your logic the Wii U is that powerful? Are you delusional?!?
#7LUlGIPosted 12/9/2012 8:32:38 AM
From: saika_magoichi | #005
...the game is mostly a Wii port, and despite the obvious visual upgrade, still looks sub-PS3/360. Running a bit smoother won't make enough of a difference for it to look impressive. Good thing graphics don't matter, right?

Actually it's a 3DS port! :D



Wait, that doesn't help the TC....darn!
#8Xeeh_BitzPosted 12/9/2012 8:34:10 AM
me1122 posted...
Monster hunter 3 ultimate for the wiiu will feature native 1080p graphics. Yep, I totally remember all those native 1080p ps3 and 360 games, oh wait.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBds6KHCvWc


You mean Rayman Origins 1080p@60fps or Ridge Racer?

Oh, did I spoil your lie?
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#9me1122(Topic Creator)Posted 12/9/2012 8:35:30 AM
kissdadookie posted...
me1122 posted...
Monster hunter 3 ultimate for the wiiu will feature native 1080p graphics. Yep, I totally remember all those native 1080p ps3 and 360 games, oh wait.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBds6KHCvWc


It's a port of a Wii game, the least they could do is to be able to run it at a native 1080P.

Do you see native 1080P for BO2? Nope. Assassin's Creed 3? Nope. Those two ports are also excellently handled as they are very competent ports.

If one needs a $500-$600 custom gaming PC to be able to run current games at 1080P natively, what the heck makes you think that the Wii U would end up giving you similar results? A $500-$600 custom built budget gaming PC that you and I can build with off the shelf retail parts is 4-6 times more powerful than current PS360 hardware, so according to your logic the Wii U is that powerful? Are you delusional?!?



Who ever said a wiiu was that powerful? Not I, I just said its not waker than the ps3/360, and implied it may be stronger. Granted if we keep getting lazy ports I doubt it will ever be shown how good it is.
#10TKUKGPosted 12/9/2012 8:37:15 AM
It's all about 'dem grafix' to the kids. Forget gameplay or anything that really matters.