What do these games have in common?

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2 years ago#1
Last of Us
Halo 4
Uncharted 3
Gears of War 3

Yup, not 1080p.
Elitist ps4 trolls must think those games play and look like trash as well?
2 years ago#2
Confusing last gen with current gen, buddy
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2 years ago#3
And this is why so many people make fun of this board.
2 years ago#4
ThatLaoGuy posted...
Confusing last gen with current gen, buddy


Besides the point. Are they poor looking graphically?
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2 years ago#6
LordDeadCell posted...
So Xbox One is hanging with last gen games?


Does the Last of Us make your eyes bleed?
2 years ago#7
Sza11 posted...
ThatLaoGuy posted...
Confusing last gen with current gen, buddy


Besides the point. Are they poor looking graphically?


No, but I dont expect to be awed by ps1 graphics when I play them. There's common sense in play here.
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2 years ago#8
ThatLaoGuy posted...
Sza11 posted...
ThatLaoGuy posted...
Confusing last gen with current gen, buddy


Besides the point. Are they poor looking graphically?


No, but I dont expect to be awed by ps1 graphics when I play them. There's common sense in play here.


Yes there is. Gameplay is more important than a resolution number.
2 years ago#9
What were you trying to accomplish with this thread, bro?
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2 years ago#10
MistahApplez posted...
What were you trying to accomplish with this thread, bro?


Passing time mostly. Got to thinking if there had ever been a console game of the year winner that ran in native 1080.. That's all.
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