buffig wrote:I didn't expect to see anywhere approaching what Sony showed. I thought we'd see a console, a pad, a launch target and a couple of vague trailers. What I saw I couldn't believe. Media molecules modeller was breathtaking. If a £300 box is able to output the visuals seen in that killzone demo, then im sold. There's no way I expected that level of performance. I know its your job to go through this presentation and and highlight any shortcomings as well as positives, but from what I expected going in, these seem churlish. If Sony is selling a dream, then please Sony, take my money NOW!
MRHONGKONGDAVE wrote:Guy at the top ????? What ????
That was one of their strongest ever shows!
They did well to introduce new engines with QDs bringing the best shaders and skin textures ever on any platform. Unreal 4 tech demo, controllable in real time.
New share mode that has not been done this "EASILY" on any platform.
Some really creative use of Move, especially methods of control from MM (focus on his move controller next to the man he's controlling it moves with no delay, synchronously.
Excellent Vita support, shown live in remote play.
8 gb ram. (Not sure if they meant 8gb of DDR5, if they did this is amazing as the best graphics card out at the mo GTX 690 has 4gb DDR5, the card is about £700).
The list goes on!! Can't wait to see some 1080p trailers, hopefully they are available to download on PS3.
gothchild wrote:The fact that people were impressed by this just makes me thinking they've forgotten what a jump in generation used to be. The advances on the PS3 look only incremental, and nothing else is being done that inspires any particular excitement.
StonecoldMC wrote:I thought it was good, but not great. I think I really need to watch it on a bigger screen though, on my tablet I really didn't get blown away by anything shown and I thought the Luminous tech demo looked the best but what was that, cutscenes from a demo I saw nearly a year ago?
I suppose Sony now have more questions than answers which was probably what they wanted to achieve in the build up to E3, where they will show all of the real big hitters; Naughty Dog, Polyphony, MGS etc.
Were going to have a really interesting 3 months ahead of us now and I wonder if MS will keep everything for E3 or have some sort of show like Sony's from last night.
Either way, its exciting times ahead for us. Strap yourself in, its gonna be one Hell of a ride!
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