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#1Gage59Posted 11/19/2013 8:34:08 AM
I don't really care about specs but I do find this funny for those that do.

http://www.cinemablend.com/m/games/Wii-U-Has-More-Next-Gen-1080p-60fps-Games-Than-Xbox-One-PS4-59924.html
#2SpookyryuPosted 11/19/2013 8:41:00 AM
prepare to be trolling, trolls just don't realize that WII U is a great console
#3DGM09Posted 11/19/2013 8:42:52 AM
It's a dumb comparison, to be honest, no matter on whose side you stand. And MH doesn't even run @ 60 FPS like that article claims.
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#4SuigintouEVPosted 11/19/2013 8:51:55 AM(edited)
1080P is pointless unless you have a huge TV - IE 65 inch, or you sit in front of a computer monitor all day (which is the people making most of these comparisions). Even real life movies look HD when downscaled to 720P on a mid-sized screen. 720P is a fine resolution and I'm willing to wager the best-looking PS4 and Wii U games will be 720P/60fps instead of 1080P

Now PC, on the other hand...
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#5Gage59(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 8:49:38 AM
It is but this article was written because of all those techies that are worried about that stuff.
#6Neo_HeartlessPosted 11/19/2013 8:55:58 AM
DGM09 posted...
It's a dumb comparison, to be honest, no matter on whose side you stand. And MH doesn't even run @ 60 FPS like that article claims.


I wish MH ran at 60FPS. Even the slight increase to 40ish for the 3DS version makes the game seem that much more fluid. It really makes the game look better.
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#7DaLaggaPosted 11/19/2013 9:25:22 AM
Gage59 posted...
It is but this article was written because of all those techies that are worried about that stuff.


That article has been debunked countless times and I'm not sure why people keep posting it. Most of the games they mention are either not 1080p, very unlikely 1080p, or have yet to be confirmed to be 1080p. The only game on that list to be confirmed to run at 1080p60 is Rayman Legends, and it's 1080p60 on the PS3/x360 as well.
#8Gage59(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2013 9:55:09 AM
DaLagga posted...
Gage59 posted...
It is but this article was written because of all those techies that are worried about that stuff.


That article has been debunked countless times and I'm not sure why people keep posting it. Most of the games they mention are either not 1080p, very unlikely 1080p, or have yet to be confirmed to be 1080p. The only game on that list to be confirmed to run at 1080p60 is Rayman Legends, and it's 1080p60 on the PS3/x360 as well.


Most likely people post it because they haven't seen it before and its the only positive news for the system accurate or not.
#9plasmatic5Posted 11/19/2013 10:01:33 AM
Whether this article is correct or not, I find it funny that people are saying that a certain game running at 60fps is "very unlikely". If you can't ACTUALLY tell that the game is running at 60fps, then it really doesn't matter. So can we stop talking about this? Can games be about gameplay again? Please?
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#10DaLaggaPosted 11/19/2013 10:13:55 AM
Gage59 posted...
Most likely people post it because they haven't seen it before and its the only positive news for the system accurate or not.


How is misinformation positive news? If I created a blog where I said that the Wii U can cure cancer, would that be considered positive news even if I was just completely making stuff up?

plasmatic5 posted...
Whether this article is correct or not, I find it funny that people are saying that a certain game running at 60fps is "very unlikely". If you can't ACTUALLY tell that the game is running at 60fps, then it really doesn't matter. So can we stop talking about this? Can games be about gameplay again? Please?


The difference between 30 and 60fps is night and day. What I meant with regards to "very likely" is the resolution not being 1080p. Not because it's hard to tell the difference between 720p and 1080p, but because much of the media we have seen for some of those games is obviously not 1080p. Go look at screenshots for Mario Kart. It's all 720p. And it's not even like it's being downsampled or anything because the aliasing is too horrible for that.

As far as the 30fps vs 60fps thing goes, the reason it can be hard to tell from a video is because a lot of this stuff gets uploaded to youtube which doesn't go beyond 30fps. But only an extremely inexperienced gamer couldn't tell the difference between 30fps and 60fps when playing the actual game.