Exactly... the model is PL51D8000.A good plasma looks far better than a 4k lcd. They even give OLED a good run for their money.
Exactly... the model is PL51D8000.
It was the TOP Plasma in 2012.
IMO I can only see OLED matching the image quality of my old partner.
I mean the video game industry is incredibly profitable. It’s definitely ‘enough’. I’ll pay 70 bucks for the odd Sony exclusive I’m really into but if it becomes an industry wide thing. Yeah I dunno about that.Doesn't make any sense, but OK. It's obviously not enough.
Still, if you're not picky, you won't have to pay more than $60 ever. Just might have to wait a bit.
Low resolution textures in many objects, low poly objects that stick out (those statues in the walls in that circular room) and when you look at the main hall from the balcony I could notice some slight slowdown which could be a bad sign considering that isn't a complex room.
And I can't stand first person in RE...I really tried but that will be another main RE on ignore list....
So? Have you played anything released during last gen first 3 years? Like or not games are extremely expensive to make and with next gen supply problem it would extremely stupid to abandon a user base of over 150 million (PS4+Xbone).It lasts like 10 minutes and looks exactly like REVII on a PS4 slim. I don't know what these devs are smoking if they think this actually looks next gen.
I know it’s crazy right?Yeah the HDR great, this shot here although it don't seem like it in the picture is very bright with deep blacks
Do you mean first person perspective or something else?I don't hate P.T. but I hate what its done to survival horror genre.
I bet the ps4 and xbo will be super choppy, but this was pretty stable for the most part. The only place it may drop a few frames is in the big room with the ray tracing reflections on the floors.Smooth 60? I recall rumours from insiders claiming PS5 hardware having troubles with the game, unlike Xbox.
That guy is/was full of shit.For anyone that's played the demo.
Does it match up with Dusk Golems claims on the game?
Not sure about the lighting, but there is a room with shiny reflective marble floors for sure.Does the demo have ray tracing?
It's hilarious to me when people say ps1/2/3 graphics without hyperbole. Like did you forget how bad those graphics are compared to this lol.Yeah, the textures in some of the areas look last gen as in PS3 levels. It is most notable on the walls that have all that gold trim etc. It looks really bad. I don't think it is 60, but I do know when I played the chandelier area got really bad frame rate wise. Otherwise it looked pretty good..but nothing that blows me away.
Definitely better than an lcd, but idk about being close to the color range or brightness of oled.A good plasma looks far better than a 4k lcd. They even give OLED a good run for their money.
I mean maybe a single frame could be mistaken, but the frame-rate is so far ahead of RE7 on ps4... Also it's not next gen, it's cross gen. They definitely started out targeting the current gen.It lasts like 10 minutes and looks exactly like REVII on a PS4 slim. I don't know what these devs are smoking if they think this actually looks next gen.
Maybe it just me but ever since P.T. came every other survival horror games is trying wanna be P.T. in one way or another.Do you mean first person perspective or something else?
So is it safe to say the full game will have more interactions with the objects around the place? Because that’s what kinda killed it for meThe wooden staircase and that entire room is engrossing. It makes me want to play more or explore more. The lady is kind of a giveaway. I like my main enemies to be a mystery, but that’s ok. I’ll definitely enjoy this. Considering it is a tech demo, there’s so much more I wanted to do, but I couldn’t. I want to bash the barrels and open up another door. The classic RE of examining an item and it be a key item is always great to return to. I didn’t like Amnesia for the limited mobility and interaction. Switches and push objects get tedious and boring after a while. Which is why I like this new style of RE. It hints upon horror and the things that RE4 made so great. I’m fine with this style. RE6 showed us a little bit of what pushing the envelope can do to a classic formula. I’m glad they’re taking it slow with Village. I just wonder if I’m the only person thinking they’re revealing a lot of this game with the Lady and the other girls. I read all the papers and it all makes sense. The backstory or the history behind the place. I want more of this story and I want to see more. I still feel like they’re showing a lot of the main cast of enemies already. I could be wrong and I know I want to be wrong. Overall I can’t wait till it comes out.
There is no proper character model in this demo, in the actual game you see Ethan's hands as he does stuff.One thing bothers me about this demo is, they went to trouble to make the game in first person for sake of "immersion" but they couldn't animate a hand picking stuff up or opening doors?
Oh god yes. Even in the preview Ethan or the shown character was breaking a pot. There of course will be items in drawers and shelves. It of course will probably have the video game limitations of not being able to break everything, but you have to remember that you’re also collecting ammo, items, notes, and all sorts of stuff along the way. In RE7 you could make your own ammo or healing items, so there’s crafting. This was basically a PT type of demo. The meat of the demo is to basically take your hand and let you experience the world. IMO this demo is of someone who tried escaping. It has nothing to do with Ethan. The demo character is basically someone who got caught before the actual game’s events occurred. You have puzzles, crafting, secrets, and weapons. This demo cannot be a proper representation of the full game. It’s mainly to welcome people into the world before actually playing the main game.So is it safe to say the full game will have more interactions with the objects around the place? Because that’s what kinda killed it for me