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The Next-Gen Screenshot Thread

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Dragon's Dogma (PS4 Pro)

The PS4 version is locked at only 30 frames per second but it is still an improvement over the PS3 version which had trouble running in the low 20 FPS area
during battles and the image had fixed letterboxing (black bars on the top and bottom). The current gen version has other improvements such as disabling the excessively repetitive Pawn chatter in the options.

I probably will not make time to play through it anytime soon since I finished in on PS3 already. Other major games are coming out soon and I work long hours.
Gameplay wise, Dragon's Dogma is not anywhere as good as Bloodborne or the Dark Souls games
but some fights remind me of Shadow of the Colossus since you can scale and climb large enemies and attack their weak points.

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The Evil Within 2

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Thanks. Love the photo mode. Definitely the best part of the game. Mixing in game car models with real world vistas is really neat
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Viper98 wrote:
Oct 22nd, 2017 8:44 pm
Mixing in game car models with real world vistas is really neat
Assetto Corsa does this as well although the included backdrops aren't quite as remarkable. May be able to mod in custom ones but never looked into it. Here are a couple I posted earlier in the thread and more here

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Fire Emblem Warriors (Nintendo Switch).

I think it is a step backwards from Zelda Hyrule Warriors from what I've played of it so far.
With Hyrule Warriors, the Zelda series characters have more appeal, charisma and unique moveset variety than the Fire Emblem series characters.

I would recommend actual Fire Emblem games over this one unless you really like Dynasty Warriors style games.

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Fire Emblem Warriors does have an option to lower the resolution to 720p to target 60 frames per second which is ideal.
The default option is set to 1080p and 30 frames per second.

It does have framerate drops and fluctuations on both settings but not nearly as bad as the framerate drops in Zelda Hyrule Warriors on the Wii U at least.
60 fps (performance mode) is definitely the better way to play this type of game despite the lowered image quality from the lower resolution.

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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch).

The Switch Pro controller is a lot more comfortable to use for this game IMO.

So far I think the Super Mario Galaxy games have better level design, music, and story
than Odyssey, but Odyssey is an upgrade over Super Mario 3D World aside from not having
4-player simultaneous local multiplayer.

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South Park The Fractured But Whole
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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus PC

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I can't wait to see some more screenshots of Need for Speed Payback. Less shiny reflections to give some older cars with an aged feel to them.

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