Yes. Some of the most unique and innovative games I’ve played didn’t have the best frame rates and visuals. Of course I prefer better graphics and frame rates, but I’ll try practically anything despite its technical limitations. Bayonetta 3 for example imo was amazing and GOTY material even though it doesn’t look as good as current generation game.Even at 30fps 720p?
Yeah none.I don't think any of them will be particularly innovative or feel "next gen". Maybe TLOU Factions as Naughty Dog have said they are trying to capture the cinematic feeling of their games in a multiplayer environment which is something that hasn't really been done before.
The sad part is that Zelda on some super dated mobile hardware is probably going to have more creative and innovative mechanics than most Ps5/SX games.
- Makes good usage of SSD within the game mechanics
- Makes good use of ray tracing
- Makes good use of a next gen only console specific hardware feature (dualsense, quick resume, etc.)
Brings something entirely new or unique gameplay wise that could be done on ps4/xbox one even if its not a huge part of the game (rift apart, flight sim)
Its a superhero game, OG Spiderman 2 had better web physics. Both are fun though.yes everyone has been conditioned and brainwashed by good gameplay and good graphics. Don't let the quality video games take over your mind, fight against them!!
i understand but saying 'marvel brainwashing' is such a silly statement, most people here hate the recent marvel movies. We just know good video games when we see them.Its a superhero game, OG Spiderman 2 had better web physics. Both are fun though.
I disagree. Hardware does not dictate game engineering. Hardware engineers are not software engineers and vice versa. Also, what is next gen? Is it physics and possibility or is it motion capture and graphical fidelity?If Zelda ends up being the most "next gen" game, it will be a complete invalidation of the PS5/XS up to this point.