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Like I said, the differences are minor. That is not a big resolution nor graphical jump.

The jump from PS2 to PS3 was huge.......PS3 to PS4 is small.

I have a PS4 and am not biased but the truth of the matter is that the PS4 is not a significant upgrade over the PS3 when compared to the previous upgrades (In example PS1 to PS2 and PS2 to PS3.)

Early PS3 games like Resistance didn't look good either, give it time and you'll notice the difference between the PS3 and the PS4.
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Originally Posted by Mwarren View Post

Like I said, the differences are minor. That is not a big resolution nor graphical jump.

The jump from PS2 to PS3 was huge.......PS3 to PS4 is small.

I have a PS4 and am not biased but the truth of the matter is that the PS4 is not a significant upgrade over the PS3 when compared to the previous upgrades (In example PS1 to PS2 and PS2 to PS3.)

Then you don't know anything about what graphics are.
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A more accurate comparison would be launch ps3 games vs launch ps4 games, not end of ps3 cycle games vs ps4 launch games. It looks like a pretty good jump to me



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PS4's GPU is much better than the one in PS3, and the GPU is the main factor in delivering performance in games.
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