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Next Gen games=30fps cap and higher VRAM
10-21-2014, 12:06 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-21-2014, 12:10 PM by Rapajez.)
RE: Next Gen games=30fps cap and higher VRAM
I read about that 30FPS cap. I think that "cinematic look" is just PR BS talk for "we're building for consoles". I can't think of a single game/movie that looks better at 30 FPS then 60.

I'm hoping the 4GB of VRAM is just to max out AA or something? That's crazy. Sounds like a lot of 4GB cards just became a better option for 1080p. Hopefully the 960 will still be 4GB.

(10-15-2014, 06:56 PM)Dan-H Wrote: Yeah I saw the ubisoft post and couldn't decide which console I should buy?

ex-box; a weeee-U or a play-doh station. cheaper than the graphics card I want and I can play mario kart.

Not sure if you're serious, but if it's between those 3, I'd go X-bone. Better integration with PCs, Home Theater, and better online services in general. I like the idea of gaming in one window, and DVR-ing a show in the other. Or watching a show in one and Skyping in the other. It runs 2 OS's to accomplish that. (Our living room includes my wife and a baby, so the TV is hotly contended.)

While the Wii-U has some fun exclusives, they're so far behind in online content, it's not even funny. The PS4 is still a little behind on the online services, and exclusive content, IMHO, and doesn't have all the infotainment bells and whistles (which I actually use, not everyone will).
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RE: Next Gen games=30fps cap and higher VRAM - by Rapajez - 10-21-2014, 12:06 PM

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