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Thread created on Fri Jun 07, 2013 01:31:52
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After Finding This Image of Morgan Freeman created using Next-Gen graphics, is when the visual capability of next gen consoles has sinked into my head. I Can't wait till i can finally sit down to play a game with such realism.

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Posted on Fri Jun 07, 2013 15:49:41
Amazing graphics and realism doesnt make a game great, everything else has to be good too, Anyway

I have high hopes of the next gen consoles, More the games actually as they will have more tech to use, in the recent Xbox newsletter (I'm a Xbox/Pc Player) It was talking about games for the xbox one (It only showed like 3-4) it said that games will be able to continue playing when you arent using cloud-saving if games allow it, sure it means having to connect to the internet all the time but it adds to the realism of the games(I know im being a hypocrit by talking about realism after saying it doesnt make a game great but still)

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 01:18:11
I think realism is the most important part in a game. If something doesn't have realism how can you be captivated by the story or actions characters make. I think it adds a lot of interest to a game... I would find it so cool to simply walk around a street in a game if it resembled what it would in real life, would you not?

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 01:20:16
I can't wait, when I'm playing an FPS I want to feel like I'm shooting a person not pixels.

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 02:26:51
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I can't wait, when I'm playing an FPS I want to feel like I'm shooting a person not pixels.


You understand my point

Gta is the game i'm dyeing to play, just pretend i'm a normal person and drive around peacefully like every one else.

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 05:02:53
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I think realism is the most important part in a game. If something doesn't have realism how can you be captivated by the story or actions characters make. I think it adds a lot of interest to a game... I would find it so cool to simply walk around a street in a game if it resembled what it would in real life, would you not?


Or you could just, oh I don't know, walk around the street?

There's a certain point of realism I can handle. While it would be definitely awesome to have life like graphics, people would begin to say "Why not take this a step further?" which will start a craze of new "Virtual reality" simulations and before you know it, we're in the matrix.

By the way, Ratchet and Clank has very little realism and is still one of my favourite game series. Same with tetris and Mario.

Oh god. Tetris with Life like graphics! Someone make that please?

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:24:58
By TechnoBoy [1579974]
I think realism is the most important part in a game. If something doesn't have realism how can you be captivated by the story or actions characters make. I think it adds a lot of interest to a game... I would find it so cool to simply walk around a street in a game if it resembled what it would in real life, would you not?


Minecraft, fallout, portal, a bunch of indie games, next to none of my favourite games have much realism if any, its really not that important, Pokemon, Mario and games like that are some of the best selling games in the world and don't have any/much realism, so it's not the most important part of a game

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Posted on Sat Jun 08, 2013 13:28:35
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By TechnoBoy [1579974]
I think realism is the most important part in a game. If something doesn't have realism how can you be captivated by the story or actions characters make. I think it adds a lot of interest to a game... I would find it so cool to simply walk around a street in a game if it resembled what it would in real life, would you not?


Minecraft, fallout, portal, a bunch of indie games, next to none of my favourite games have much realism if any, its really not that important, Pokemon, Mario and games like that are some of the best selling games in the world and don't have any/much realism, so it's not the most important part of a game


fair point, its may not be your favorite aspect but it sure is is mine, i still do really enjoy playing games that are absent any realism, but it sure does make them better in my opinion

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