CoD Ghosts Face Off

#1DelRowePosted 11/27/2013 9:57:11 AM
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-call-of-duty-ghosts-next-gen-face-off

Thoughts?
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#2velvet_hammerPosted 11/27/2013 10:00:05 AM
DelRowe posted...
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-call-of-duty-ghosts-next-gen-face-off

Thoughts?


my thoughts are seeing the word next gen and ghosts in the same sentence STILL has my sides splitting
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#3therickmu25Posted 11/27/2013 10:03:10 AM
The game stinks. Horrible inconsistent textures even maxed out on Pc. Shallow 6 year old gameplay. Those are my thoughts.
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#4staticxtreme5Posted 11/27/2013 10:53:47 AM
I'm enjoying it. All I've played is the campaign but I'm liking it so far. I don't play a whole lot of military shooters, but the graphics are petty nice and the game is fun to play.
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#5bob15xPosted 11/27/2013 10:55:17 AM
after seeing them mention that a titan cant run the game in 1080p/60fps I didn't even bother with anything else. That is a horrible company there in general.
#6strawberry11Posted 11/27/2013 10:57:52 AM
The game looks to be poorly optimized across all platforms. I think IW may have spread themselves too thinly here, handling the development across 5 platforms, two of which are new hardware.

The most interesting part of that article is that Digital Foundry is not impressed at all with the Xbox One's hardware resolution upscaling solution. They say it is downright ugly, and you get a better image if you set your Xb1's native resolution to 720p.
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#7RybalPosted 11/27/2013 11:01:13 AM
What's really interesting about this comparison is that they give the edge to the PS4 version, despite their statements that the X1 version has the overall more stable framerate. For an FPS especially, wouldn't more stable fps be better for the game overall than the difference in graphics?
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#8DelRowe(Topic Creator)Posted 11/27/2013 11:04:29 AM
Rybal posted...
What's really interesting about this comparison is that they give the edge to the PS4 version, despite their statements that the X1 version has the overall more stable framerate. For an FPS especially, wouldn't more stable fps be better for the game overall than the difference in graphics?


That's true, but the framerate difference doesn't seem to be as notable as the difference in the visual quality. If you look at the Xbone side, you can see an awful shimmering effect (not sure what the technical term for that is) that isn't present in the PS4 version.
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#9IzraeilPosted 11/27/2013 11:11:46 AM
DelRowe posted...
Rybal posted...
What's really interesting about this comparison is that they give the edge to the PS4 version, despite their statements that the X1 version has the overall more stable framerate. For an FPS especially, wouldn't more stable fps be better for the game overall than the difference in graphics?


That's true, but the framerate difference doesn't seem to be as notable as the difference in the visual quality. If you look at the Xbone side, you can see an awful shimmering effect (not sure what the technical term for that is) that isn't present in the PS4 version.


I guess it's not considered a big deal, cause the FPS dips are only present in the Campaign when a lot is going on. But how the game looks is is something you'll be staring at all the time.
#10snowboard340Posted 11/27/2013 11:16:37 AM
Izraeil posted...
DelRowe posted...
Rybal posted...
What's really interesting about this comparison is that they give the edge to the PS4 version, despite their statements that the X1 version has the overall more stable framerate. For an FPS especially, wouldn't more stable fps be better for the game overall than the difference in graphics?


That's true, but the framerate difference doesn't seem to be as notable as the difference in the visual quality. If you look at the Xbone side, you can see an awful shimmering effect (not sure what the technical term for that is) that isn't present in the PS4 version.


I guess it's not considered a big deal, cause the FPS dips are only present in the Campaign when a lot is going on. But how the game looks is is something you'll be staring at all the time.


There are framerate dips for both in single player (with ps4 being worse), and framerate dips for ps4 in online play. So I guess it's more what you care about online, framerate or resolution as they say in the article.