80/80 Phew could barely fit this. Yes another one of these topics.
I would pick probably the 8GB of GDDR3 RAM with full backwards compatibility. I would think that would be a fair trade off.
Also this is more of a question.
Since the Xbox has a more PC oriented structure than the PS3 had, does that mean it has a greater chance of being backward compatible?
I can see how the PS4 isn't since the infrastructure inside is more PC oriented than the PS3 was. --- I do typing exclusively on my Tablet, so expect errors in my posts. At least until I get my new Laptop.
that ram isn't significant enough to matter, especially against BC preferably BC that actually makes the games run a bit better at least too --- http://raptr.com/badge/f0fa47c78dcfa98e0ef40d5cccbcad99/ach.png
No B/C, because that would require being locked on the much less powerful PowerPC architecture, putting it down with the Wii U and having the PS4 as the most powerful and easiest system to develop for. --- "Sweet Kitty, Sweet Kitty, send your topics unto me..." - Lord-Sheogorath
BC matters the most to me. Whatever the difference ends up being between PS4 and 720, I know you'll have to look very hard to notice it. BC on the other hand is a pretty huge feature to me. --- The writing was on the wall with Bioware the minute you could completely void all of your decisions with one choice in KOTOR.
Shut up about the f***ing RAM already, none of it means a god damned thing if the developers are idiots as usual. --- "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Ben Franklin