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Which is a large majority of the console user base.

It's a console, not a PC. It's designed to be in your living room, not on your desk.

All my consoles, computers, and servers run to the same displays sitting on my desk at home (not in anyway a typical arrangement). Though that's still a discernible resolution drop and the frame-rate is a bit disappointing for a next-gen platform. I expect some gamers wont be as picky and ultimately if the game is well-received it will be overlooked. wink.gif
    
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 Surely $500 is enough scratch to build a basic 1080p gaming machine. A little disappointing, but oh well. Maybe the next-next generation will make use of all the fancy televisions in everyone's homes nowadays. 2020?

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All my consoles, computers, and servers run to the same displays sitting on my desk at home (not in anyway a typical arrangement). Though that's still a discernible resolution drop and the frame-rate is a bit disappointing for a next-gen platform. I expect some gamers wont be as picky and ultimately if the game is well-received it will be overlooked. wink.gif

This is how I did it before I went to 1440p. Console's look there absolute best on a 24" 1080p computer monitor. When you blow them up on a 48"+ big screen they look horrendous. The next-gen consoles will be no different. It wasn't until I went high resolution that I did away with my console's. Now they are both in a box collecting dust. High resolution completely changes your perception of what looks good and what doesn't. I don't miss 120hz 1080p one bit.
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 Surely $500 is enough scratch to build a basic 1080p gaming machine. A little disappointing, but oh well. Maybe the next-next generation will make use of all the fancy televisions in everyone's homes nowadays. 2020?

it is and there are many budget build videos on youtube also thumb.gif
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Just give me a 120Hz 4k IPS panel with low response times already!
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Wow I wonder how much Screen lag that generates when you play a FPS... Thats a alot of upscaling and processing on the TVs part and the Console... theres no way you are actually getting the Full experience if say you were to use a Monitor over a TV.

Hmmm Consoles ... what the hell... Thats messed up.
    
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Just give me a 120Hz 4k IPS panel with low response times already!

4K, 120hz+, 1ms response, LED
When that happens, I'll throw money at it all day long biggrin.gif
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I have never seen anyone play a video game from across the room. No matter where the couches/seats are, they move closer to become more immersed in the gameplay.

 

Must have tiny portable TV's the size of a desktop monitor then because most of my friends play from the sofa. Even I do.

 

DOn't know how anyone can do it. I find sitting at my desktop an eye strain sometimes with just a 24" monitor. Heaven forbid anyone playing from a foot or two away on a HDTV screen the size of mine. Their eyeballs would explode. :D

 

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All my consoles, computers, and servers run to the same displays sitting on my desk at home (not in anyway a typical arrangement). Though that's still a discernible resolution drop and the frame-rate is a bit disappointing for a next-gen platform. I expect some gamers wont be as picky and ultimately if the game is well-received it will be overlooked. wink.gif

 

As long as the frame rate is consistent it doesn't really matter how fast it is. The only games that frame rate is really important in is first person shooters, even then a consistent 30FPS is more than enough.

 

I am amused however that it doesn't run in 1080p natively, especially when Forza does (apparently). It doesn't look that good looking to me to justify that sort of performance or resolution.

 

Honestly, the only people who really care about resolution and frame rates are PC gamers. Taking into account the amount of money some of them put into their machines they need something to stroke their e-peen with. :rolleyes:


Edited by Lifeshield - 9/17/13 at 11:26am
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This is how I did it before I went to 1440p. Console's look there absolute best on a 24" 1080p computer monitor. When you blow them up on a 48"+ big screen they look horrendous. The next-gen consoles will be no different. It wasn't until I went high resolution that I did away with my console's. Now they are both in a box collecting dust. High resolution completely changes your perception of what looks good and what doesn't. I don't miss 120hz 1080p one bit.
I actually enjoy my 1080p 120hz monitor more than my 1440p IPS monitor. I only use my 1440p monitor when watching movies.

The reduction in input lag and my ability to react faster makes that 1080p monitor better in every way for me.
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While I realize that's the biggest factor, the informed are generally moving towards the PS4 if they're only buying one console this generation. This is why I said it's a good thing most don't have the foggiest idea what's inside them. You could probably convince most that they can download more RAM without much effort.

actually, every gamer i know has been slowly but surely moving to xbox one - one of my best buds is a senior coder for blizzard and he doesn't consider the PS4 worth buying. XBox one has kinect 2 and a really insane cloud computing system which means once the PS4 is maxed out, the xbox one can continue to grow and grow and offer a variety of new experiences and innovations. The kinect 2 in particular is a super advanced piece of hardware. The real informed people know that the PS4 = PS3.5 (BUT IT HAS BIGGER NUMBERS! SO YOU KNOW, IT MUST BE BETTER RIGHT?)

NOTE: i'm referring to real life, not the internet where everyone is delusional how much more powerful the ps4 is than the xbox one

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-can-xbox-one-multi-platform-games-compete-with-ps4

http://www.respawn.com/news/lets-talk-about-the-xbox-live-cloud/
Edited by Artev - 9/17/13 at 11:43am
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