Graphical Comparison Between Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PS4.

#1SpecOpszPosted 11/29/2013 6:01:34 PM
http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/29/5155726/next-gen-supplementary-piece

I'm still amazed at how far we've come in video games 3 decades ago. Wow.
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#2pistachio2888Posted 11/29/2013 6:05:25 PM
Me too i grew up with the nintendo thought the Snes was amazing then came 64 ps2 etc. Its amazing how much graphics improved. Now just give me games with intense stories and long gameplay.
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#3miethaPosted 11/29/2013 6:08:00 PM
SpecOpsz posted...
http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/29/5155726/next-gen-supplementary-piece

I'm still amazed at how far we've come in video games 3 decades ago. Wow.


Take it to 3 and a half decades and it gets completely insane. These are the specs for video output for the 2600, which came out 36 years ago and was manufactured until 1991 (?!?):

Output: Line-by-line (Registers must be updated each scanline)
Resolution: 160x192 pixels (NTSC 60Hz), 160x228 pixels (PAL 50Hz)
Playfield: 40 dots horizontal resolution (rows of 4 pixels per dot)
Colors: 4 colors at once (one color per object)
Palette: 128 colors (NTSC), 104 colors (PAL), 8 colors (SECAM)
Sprites: 2 sprites of 8pix width, 3 sprites of 1pix width
#43HPPosted 11/29/2013 6:15:19 PM
The close-ups make it way more obvious how much worse the xbox one's graphics are compared to the ps4's. These youtube videos just cant show enough detail for a useful comparison. The AC and CoD shots especially.
#5Xeeh_BitzPosted 11/29/2013 6:24:53 PM
Forza looks almost identical to the 360 Forza.
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#6miethaPosted 11/29/2013 6:25:45 PM
Xeeh_Bitz posted...
Forza looks almost identical to the 360 Forza.


The tracks, yes, the cars, no. And the 360's processor couldn't even think of pushing the physics FM5 is.
#7jmtstanPosted 11/29/2013 6:33:30 PM
I saw Ryse cutscene+gameplay compilation from youtube, it feels like I'm watching a AAA hollywood blockbuster.. graphic wise it was jaw dropping.
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#8SpecOpsz(Topic Creator)Posted 11/29/2013 6:41:28 PM
pistachio2888 posted...
Me too i grew up with the nintendo thought the Snes was amazing then came 64 ps2 etc. Its amazing how much graphics improved. Now just give me games with intense stories and long gameplay.


Sounds like me man. I'm mostly a 90's gamer. My timeline went like this:

Sega Genesis > SNES > Gameboy > PS1 > N64 > Gameboy Color > PS2 > Gameboy Advance > Xbox > PSP > DS series > Xbox 360 > PS3 > 3DS XL > PS4.

Years from now when we reflect on the early gaming generations, we could say "I was there."
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#9TheApd_ReturnsPosted 11/29/2013 6:42:01 PM
you can knock ryse for all its faults, but the fact that a rushed launch game looks that good only speaks good things for PS4 and X1
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#10SpecOpsz(Topic Creator)Posted 11/29/2013 6:42:11 PM
mietha posted...
SpecOpsz posted...
http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/29/5155726/next-gen-supplementary-piece

I'm still amazed at how far we've come in video games 3 decades ago. Wow.


Take it to 3 and a half decades and it gets completely insane. These are the specs for video output for the 2600, which came out 36 years ago and was manufactured until 1991 (?!?):

Output: Line-by-line (Registers must be updated each scanline)
Resolution: 160x192 pixels (NTSC 60Hz), 160x228 pixels (PAL 50Hz)
Playfield: 40 dots horizontal resolution (rows of 4 pixels per dot)
Colors: 4 colors at once (one color per object)
Palette: 128 colors (NTSC), 104 colors (PAL), 8 colors (SECAM)
Sprites: 2 sprites of 8pix width, 3 sprites of 1pix width


Atari 2600? My gosh.
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