3DS does NOT have better graphics than PSP

#121Ghetto_ninjaPosted 7/6/2010 1:55:10 PM
Well these people don't seem to sure about it.

http://www.joystiq.com/2010/06/22/3ds-resident-evil-revelations-revealed-in-trailer
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#122frogman_295Posted 7/6/2010 2:16:27 PM
Meh...
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#123SatarackPosted 7/6/2010 2:26:16 PM

From: Ghetto_ninja | #121
Well these people don't seem to sure about it.

http://www.joystiq.com/2010/06/22/3ds-resident-evil-revelations-revealed-in-trailer


Well, let me put it this way, there were 3D movie trailers on the show floor, which could not use the 3D slider. Not surprising, because hey, they weren't running in real time. It's not like Nintendo has created some magical software to change a pre-rendered video and change it from 3D to 2D to anything in between.

Also, the demo is actually blocky and jagged if you look closely, which would it a pretty half-assed pre-rendered video then; if it really was a pre-rendered video.
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#124gransPosted 7/6/2010 2:33:18 PM

From: Ghetto_ninja | #121
Well these people don't seem to sure about it.

http://www.joystiq.com/2010/06/22/3ds-resident-evil-revelations-revealed-in-trailer


They're full of crap then, we already know it's not prerendered. Especially now since Capcom themselves put to rest any doubts and had this to say about the trailer-

“Following last week’s announcement that Capcom currently has two titles, Resident Evil: Revelations and Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (tentative title), in development for the Nintendo 3DS the first trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations has just been released and is now available for download from our press extranet. Featuring appearances from Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine the trailer is rendered in real time using the game engine."

Source- http://www.nintendoeverything.com/43276/

In addition to that. the demo shown at E3 had a fully controllable camera, showing that it was indeed ingame. Kotaku is the one who initially reported about the demo and confirmed that. I had though people had more sense than this, but i guess we'll always have Sony trolls such as yourself to spread their idiocy around. I actually love the PSP, but there's no doubt the 3DS has shown off far greater graphics than it. Every 3DS screen you see of games or tech demos are of the real deal, not prerendered.
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#125ToastIsWooshPosted 7/6/2010 2:34:43 PM

From: grans | #124
They're full of crap then, we already know it's not prerendered. Especially now since Capcom themselves put to rest any doubts and had this to say about the trailer-

“Following last week’s announcement that Capcom currently has two titles, Resident Evil: Revelations and Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (tentative title), in development for the Nintendo 3DS the first trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations has just been released and is now available for download from our press extranet. Featuring appearances from Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine the trailer is rendered in real time using the game engine."

Source- http://www.nintendoeverything.com/43276/

In addition to that. the demo shown at E3 had a fully controllable camera, showing that it was indeed ingame. Kotaku is the one who initially reported about the demo and confirmed that. I had though people had more sense than this, but i guess we'll always have Sony trolls such as yourself to spread their idiocy around. I actually love the PSP, but there's no doubt the 3DS has shown off far greater graphics than it. Every 3DS screen you see of games or tech demos are of the real deal, not prerendered.


This board needs more informed people like you. :D
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#126cutebrutePosted 7/6/2010 5:10:31 PM
This whole topic is almost pointless until info about the CPU and RAM are released. So long as the 3DS has a CPU that is fairly more powerful than the PSP's 333mhz processor and more RAM than the PSP's 36mb, then yes, games will look better.

Side note, the Gamecube had 40mb of RAM, and the Wii only has 88mb, so keep that in mind as well when the specs for the 3DS are being released.