Is 1080p really that big of a deal to some of you?

#1Holy_OblivionPosted 11/3/2013 7:16:24 AM
I've no interest in either upcoming console, but I've seen quite a few people raging over being forced to play some games in 720 on the xbox one. Will it REALLY change your experience with your games that much?
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#2airfoemoePosted 11/3/2013 7:20:37 AM
Some of us paid a lot for a 1080p TV (especially back in 2006) and we want our money's worth.
#3JordansgstringPosted 11/3/2013 7:21:00 AM
Well seen as many people have forked out for 1080p tvs and this is the next generation of gaming. 1080p should be standard.
#4icewolf74Posted 11/3/2013 7:23:33 AM(edited)
No, not at all for me. Not exactly sure why this is an issue in the first place? There won't be all that much of a difference between 720p and 1080p like people think there will be when it comes to this new generation. Just like there won't be a huge graphical difference between the PS3/Xbox360 and the PS4/XboxOne. The days of huge graphical leaps between console generations are over.

So why people are getting their panties in a bunch about the Xbox One not outputting all of its games in 1080p, is way beyond me. Xbox One's games will still look just as good as on the PS4. People just need to shut up and chill and go play their games.

Honestly, I think those 1080p vs 720p threads are just PS4 fanboys trolling Xbox One fans for the sake getting off on. Nothing less, nothing more.
#5YeomanlyPosted 11/3/2013 7:24:10 AM
ALL games will be output as 1080p and look great, sure games on the more powerful PC will look better, and they will be the first to output real 4k games.

Just cheaper on XBO.
#6mmarksterPosted 11/3/2013 7:24:30 AM
Not necessarily a big deal for us, per se. It's a big deal for consoles being released in 2013.
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#7Decepticon89Posted 11/3/2013 7:25:59 AM
icewolf74 posted...
No, not at all for me. Not exactly sure why this is an issue in the first place? There won't be all that much of a difference between 720p and 1080p like people think there will be when it comes to this new generation. Just like there won't be a huge graphical difference between the PS3/Xbox360 and the PS4/XboxOne. The days of huge graphical leaps between console generations are over.

So why people are getting their panties in a bunch about the Xbox One not outputting all of its games in 1080p, is way beyond me. Xbox One's games will still look just as good as on the PS4. People just need to shut up and chill and go play their games.

Honestly, I think those 1080p vs 720p threads are just PS4 fanboys trolling Xbox One fans for the sake getting off on. Nothing less, nothing more.


Prepare for the storm my friend. Even though this is the Xbox One board, it's infested with sony fanboys. Remember the Jerusalem scene in WWZ? Yeah, they're like that on these boards.
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#8jasoncaricPosted 11/3/2013 7:26:24 AM
icewolf74 posted...
No, not at all for me. Not exactly sure why this is an issue in the first place? There won't be all that much of a difference between 720p and 1080p like people think there will be when it comes to this new generation. Just like there won't be a huge graphical difference between the PS3/Xbox360 and the PS4/XboxOne. The days of huge graphical leaps between console generations are over.

So why people are getting their panties in a bunch about the Xbox One not outputting all of its games in 1080p, is way beyond me. Xbox One's games will still look just as good as on the PS4. People just need to shut up and chill and go play their games.

Honestly, I think those 1080p vs 720p threads are just PS4 fanboys trolling Xbox One fans for the sake getting off on. Nothing less, nothing more.
#9SoulTrapperPosted 11/3/2013 7:32:30 AM
It's not that big of a deal, but when one console can do it and costs $100 less and the other can't, there's a clear issue.
#10Ilikemyname420Posted 11/3/2013 7:32:47 AM
It's not just the resolution difference itself, it's that it's indicative of the difference in power between the two systems. If they make a game that maxes out at 720p at 30fps on the PS4 it pretty much means that same game couldn't even run at all on the Xbox One.

In short they just won't be able to keep up with the competition in terms of visuals and graphics and are going to be playing second fiddle to the PS4 in that sense for the rest of the generation.