Humans can not see the difference between 1080p and 720p it is absloute fact

#31DRzCalderonPosted 2/26/2014 1:34:58 AM
DeadOnArrival posted...
StrongBlackVine posted...
Any spout that non-sense is an idiot including IGN. There is a big difference fro 720p to 1080p and I play on a 42" tv,

Hell when I play games on PC I can tell on 17" screen. This is all damage control from Microsoft.

If PS4 was running games poorly compared to Xbox One Major Nelson and the M$ goons would talking about it non-stop.

Last generation was all about multiplats being better on 360 and now it suddenly doesn't matter. Microsoft sucks and the industry would be better without them. A shame Nintendo has decided not to compete any more.


You amuse me puny troll. Carry on.

And can I please have your laser eyes which can spot the difference between 720p and 1080p on a 17" screen ? This has got to be one of the most ridiculous comments I've read since the start of the X1-PS4 flame wars. Good job!

Let me give you a little quote:
"...The 720p television sets are still available in the smaller sizes (50 inches or less) and tests have shown that there is no appreciable difference in picture between the 720p and 1080p resolution sets at that size."

Considering that I am fairly certain that 95% if not more of the kids on here don't own a 65" TV, please do find better arguments to justify how games will look worst on XboxOne. Because sadly, resolution will NOT be a major one.


No appreciable difference between 720p and 1080p? You that is delusional. I owned both systems with Battlefield 4 on each and could clearly tell the difference between when in regards to the sharpness distant objects and sharper detail up close.

And guess what? It bothered me.
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#32CaIiber345Posted 2/26/2014 1:41:59 AM
We all come from the same tree...FACT!
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#33Valor_PhoenixPosted 2/26/2014 2:22:26 AM
ComparisonMan posted...
Hell, when I walk into old peoples houses, I notice when they have the resolution set wrong and fix it from first glance.

I've actually done that several times. I moved in 2005, left all my SD TVs behind, went full HD back then. SD looks super-blurry to me and even 720 looks a bit blurry.

Humans are amazing critters. Some even learn to spot kerning.

http://xkcd.com/1015/
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