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1 year ago#1
Xbox One vs. PS4 Resolution: Microsoft Challenges You To Spot The Differences on TV Smaller Than 60"

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-one-vs-ps4-resolution-microsoft-challenges-yo/1100-6421047/
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Really...seems this Day One Edition purchaser was "Madoff-ed by Microsoft."
1 year ago#2
quincy2000a posted...
Xbox One vs. PS4 Resolution: Microsoft Challenges You To Spot The Differences on TV Smaller Than 60"

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-one-vs-ps4-resolution-microsoft-challenges-yo/1100-6421047/


This is going to be funny.
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1 year ago#3
I have a 32" screen and I can easily see the blurriness in anything below 1080p. I think this guy needs some glasses.
1 year ago#4
Death_Born posted...
I have a 32" screen and I can easily see the blurriness in anything below 1080p. I think this guy needs some glasses.


Man how did we game on last gen for years on "blurry" 720p
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1 year ago#5
My takeaway from this--now we have Microsoft saying--no, admitting--if you have a TV larger than 60", there is a difference to be seen.

Okay, let's see how long it takes for the "There's no difference" "I can't see a difference" "You can't see a difference" crowd to show up and tell him he's wrong.

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Attention! Attention everyone! Okay, all you #$$%^&#@ who bought 60" TVs--you're the ones causing all these resolution/fps/graphics problems! We will be sponsoring a TV turn in later today so you can swap your 60+ inch TVs for televisions more suited to display the X1.
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"Correct. Xbox One is Kinect." Microsoft VP
Really...seems this Day One Edition purchaser was "Madoff-ed by Microsoft."
1 year ago#6
MS needs to learn that sometimes you shouldn't get too involved in what your potential customers are talking about. this just comes off as a little vain and desperate
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1 year ago#7
I spotted the difference, the Ps4 versions look better, what do I win?
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1 year ago#8
I see the difference: one is on PS and the other is on Xbox.
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1 year ago#9
MrSpaM111 posted...
I spotted the difference, the Ps4 versions look better, what do I win?


a yearly subscription to saudi arabian playboy
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1 year ago#10
This is why I wouldn't do so well in that position. If I had to put up with people complaining about 1080p/60FPS on a daily basis, I would just tell them either buy the console or **** off. So yeah, my best advice to myself is never get in a position where I ever need to do anything PR related. I would have been fired months ago for telling everyone how I felt.

I know it shouldn't bother me, but it does in a way. Whenever I search for news on Google now, I have to wade through a **** ton of resolution and screen tearing articles. Thats all devs and Microsoft/Sony people talk about these days because they are practically forced to. I would do anything for the two machines to be equal so this garbage would go away.
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