1 year ago#41
MrSpaM111 posted...So explian to me how Destiny is going to work on the PS4 without the 'infinite power' of the cloud?
Doom had bots that that did exactly that in 1993
"Exactly correct TC..."
1 year ago#42
Oh no he didn't!
10/03/14-11/03/14 - the day GameFAQs turned into the Dead Sea of the internet.
1 year ago#43
crynryan posted...MrSpaM111 posted...So explian to me how Destiny is going to work on the PS4 without the 'infinite power' of the cloud?
Pretty much this. In fact this has been a pretty standard A.I. in games for a while.
The cloud isn't taking the full load of the bot AI either. Your entire argument is invalidated by the simple fact that other consoles already do this without offloading resources.
I'm not the nicest person you'll meet.
Have a real point please.
1 year ago#44
Hate hate hate hate hate sales hate hate hate hate specs hate hate hate hate praise sony hate hate hate hate hate trolling trolling trolls= this board. Serously that's all you get from this board these days.
Every one has there own opinions unless theirs is stupid.
1 year ago#45
I think the whole MS cloud computing will work like Netflix. Before you play, the game will detect your internet speed. And based on the speed of your connection, that will determine what visuals are outputted.
so basically what you are saying is the power of the cloud is going to actually make up for the lack of power, and be able to determine resolutions.
hey look everybody. its now possible to render your game at 1080p 60 fps rather than 720p 30fps all because of your broadband internet connections.
despite rendering at 68 gigabytes a second, if the xbones gpu may not be able to run the game at an optimal resolution and frame rate, but plug a 2 megabyte per second internet connection in front of it and watch in amazement!
lolzers i dont see why people buy into this crap. the only thing kinect will do for certain is add latency to your game, and make sure you are connected to the internet at all times to play your video games. thats it. period. oh yeah and maybe help with some matchmaking and cpu AI, and whatever other minor thing that the xbone generally should have been able to do on its own, while your single player game starts to lag out.
its not going to be the difference maker in terms of performance, framerates, and resolutions. anybody who believes that has either gotta be the biggest fanboy in existance, or a total idiot.
the fact that the system needs to rely on a broadband internet connection just to squeeze the smallest drops of power from it any way it can really goes to show you just how powerful the xbox one really is. that speaks for itself.
i dont know why people buy into this crap.
1 year ago#46
MrSpaM111 posted...crynryan posted...MrSpaM111 posted...So explian to me how Destiny is going to work on the PS4 without the 'infinite power' of the cloud?
In all fairness as a counterpoint, which game(s) and on what console(s)?
1 year ago#47
BrownGotti posted...I think the whole MS cloud computing will work like Netflix. Before you play, the game will detect your internet speed. And based on the speed of your connection, that will determine what visuals are outputted.
That's streaming(like PS Now). Not cloud computing which is what MS has been talking about.
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