And I totally agree - as I said in my post, its always difficult to compare consoles to PC's, because the tech just keeps leapfrogging. But just to clarify, I was in no way trying to start a "PC is always better" debate.It's a catch-up game that they never HAVE to win, though.
Too true. In part thats why I dislike Console-PC comparisons. We know the areas the consoles will skimp and save stress on the cpu/gpu, but realistically, the console will rarely, if ever match up to a modern PC.To the trained eye there is a lot more discrepancies if you look closely.
Its always nice to see how you can come on here and levy such thinly veiled insults on other people; good job with that.To the trained eye there is a lot more discrepancies if you look closely.
Pretty much my reaction as well. Guess I'm an untrained idiot as well then.After watching the comparison, I have to say that I would be thoroughly pleased with either of those. The PC was clearly better in some places, but I found myself preffering the PS4 in others.
That doesn't really hold true anymore. Current games on consoles needs patching on day one in most cases, and then add that the next console generation will be requiring an internet connection to even play, it's starting to become more convenient to own a PC. Console manufacturers are gradually removing the one advantage they had to begin with, all as a poorly disguised attempt to stop used games and add DRM. In fact, if you get your games on Steam or Gog.com, you are really going to have more of that valued console convenience and "it just works"-ness on a PC than any of the consoles.you know what i like the most about consoles ? i like the fact if i buy a game that is for my console it works out of the box
Right, your "to the trained eye" comment wasn't meant as a means to raise you above people who disagree with your known preference of the PC platform and seeming dislike for the PS4.As for thinly veiled insults, whoever said that, I think you're overreacting quite a fair bit and misinterpreted what I said entirely.
And there it is again.EDIT: At least, if you want to hop on the console train this generation too, get a Steambox. At least that will be upgradeable by anyone, even my grandma could do it. And there's no denying the Steambox will by far have the biggest game library.
GOD FORBID that I imply that on a non-videogaming forum, imply that there are users who aren't experts on rendering techniques!Right, your "to the trained eye" comment wasn't meant as a means to raise you above people who disagree with your known preference of the PC platform and seeming dislike for the PS4.