EDGE: PS4 is 50% faster than XBone. Multiple developers confirmed the difference

#361Ryan-06Posted 9/14/2013 11:07:44 PM
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#362DarkestSouls(Topic Creator)Posted 9/15/2013 5:41:14 AM
Xtreme-Void posted...
choose wisely guys, you have enough information from the internet already


Yup.

PS4 is cheaper, more powerful
PS4 is smaller, more powerful
PS4 will have the entire Japanese publishers behind it

it's a no brainer
#363Xtreme-VoidPosted 9/15/2013 6:06:43 AM
DarkestSouls posted...
Xtreme-Void posted...
choose wisely guys, you have enough information from the internet already


Yup.

PS4 is cheaper, more powerful
PS4 is smaller, more powerful
PS4 will have the entire Japanese publishers behind it

it's a no brainer


Yes, and a PC gaming rigs can play almost all XBONE games
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#364aiyobroPosted 9/15/2013 9:35:57 AM
Yeah but they said the same about the Wii U and it turns out they just weren't trying to optimize anything because they didn't think they're make any money.

If you want an Xbone there's no reason not to get one.
#365NorthlanePosted 9/15/2013 2:59:20 PM
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#366Foxx3kPosted 9/15/2013 7:41:21 PM
Clwe posted...
Skynet82997 posted...
Also from the same article -

"The difference between cross platform launch window games will be small, and improved graphics drivers plus the power of the cloud might yet tip the balance in Xbox One’s favour."



Christ, when will people stop with this BS about the cloud? Internet speeds are nowhere near fast enough for the cloud to possibly be able to process games on the fly. And probably wont be for quite some time. It's like going on a two-hour long round trip for a takeway - It doesn't matter how fast they serve your order at the takeway, it'll be stone bloody cold by the time you get it home...


The cloud is for CPU intensive routines, not GPU. And you need to understand, which you and all the complainers clearly do not, that the size of an output is not proportional to the computational complexity required to achieve it.
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#367lilj812Posted 9/15/2013 7:46:31 PM
Foxx3k posted...
Clwe posted...
Skynet82997 posted...
Also from the same article -

"The difference between cross platform launch window games will be small, and improved graphics drivers plus the power of the cloud might yet tip the balance in Xbox One’s favour."



Christ, when will people stop with this BS about the cloud? Internet speeds are nowhere near fast enough for the cloud to possibly be able to process games on the fly. And probably wont be for quite some time. It's like going on a two-hour long round trip for a takeway - It doesn't matter how fast they serve your order at the takeway, it'll be stone bloody cold by the time you get it home...


The cloud is for CPU intensive routines, not GPU. And you need to understand, which you and all the complainers clearly do not, that the size of an output is not proportional to the computational complexity required to achieve it.


So wouldn't that mean that the computations could be done locally?
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#368BudWisenheimerPosted 9/15/2013 7:47:40 PM
This topic is the little train that could. Look at the time-stamps on the last several pages. People really want it to make it up the mountain one day.
#369Foxx3kPosted 9/15/2013 7:48:38 PM
lilj812 posted...
Foxx3k posted...
Clwe posted...
Skynet82997 posted...
Also from the same article -

"The difference between cross platform launch window games will be small, and improved graphics drivers plus the power of the cloud might yet tip the balance in Xbox One’s favour."



Christ, when will people stop with this BS about the cloud? Internet speeds are nowhere near fast enough for the cloud to possibly be able to process games on the fly. And probably wont be for quite some time. It's like going on a two-hour long round trip for a takeway - It doesn't matter how fast they serve your order at the takeway, it'll be stone bloody cold by the time you get it home...


The cloud is for CPU intensive routines, not GPU. And you need to understand, which you and all the complainers clearly do not, that the size of an output is not proportional to the computational complexity required to achieve it.


So wouldn't that mean that the computations could be done locally?


You clearly do not understand what I said.
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#370EvilScythePosted 9/15/2013 8:11:13 PM
Anyone else amazed by the popularity of the Xbox One? Hell is so awesome that even the PS4 fans cannot stay away from this board. There must be something good on the PS4 to talk about right? Games, facebook connectivity, how about that amazing touchpad! Fact is there is absolutely nothing special about the PS4, crap launch games? CHECK, multimedia functionality that people count as a negative for the Xbox One? CHECK, stupid looking symmetrical controller? CHECK! But, but, but, PS4 is more POWERFUL! Enjoy playing that with a crappy online infrastructure ( compared to XBOX ), and still being weaker than a modern PC.

Ill get a PS4 next year, but to say the PS4 is straight up better? Complete denial by the Sony Fans.