The same way the differences were blown out of proportion last gen, yes? Only this gen the differences are far bigger.
Funny how people aren't enjoying it this time round.
Are you saying its ok to blow it out of proportion because it had been done before?
Or are you saying that no one is blowing it out of proportion now, but everyone was doing that back then?
Plus, weren't there people that didn't enjoy it last time around too?
It just seems like you guys want to fight over consoles. Its a fun pastime for some people. They don't want to put an end to it.
You can't be serious?! Of course it is. Often the difference between one generation of GPU and another is 20% and that is considered significant, so a 50% difference is massive. You never get a new generation of processor or GPU that is twice as fast as the last; you never even get one that is 50% faster.
Well yeah, your right, I guess it would be then. GPUs often dont see that kind of jump from one generation to the next. I'm sorry to get that wrong. So it is massive after all.
There are games where the PS4 version is running twice as well, like Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (more than twice the resolution), Murdered: Soul Suspect (twice the framerate), Call Of Duty: Ghosts (twice the resolution), Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (twice the framerate). A 20% difference is significant, a 50% difference is massive and a 100% difference is ridiculous.
Lets be careful here though, are you claiming that 50% increase in GPU results in games that are 100% better? If anything, that illustrates what being the lead console development wise can do for you.
You're simply not being reasonable by claiming that a 50% difference isn't massive. The reason the XB1 is getting so much stick is because its performance is way below where it needs to be.
Your right, I was being unreasonable looking back at it now. It is a massive difference and its a serious issue. The Xb1 simply has too little power to compete, that much is obvious.
It is a well established fact that PS4 has better frame rates combined with higher visual fidelity and so far, despite's Microsoft's declarations, situation is the same.
Also to people not noticing differences between 900p and 1080p that is fine, but you have to understand that a technical comparison doesn't take into account what our eyse see, but technical specifications so even if you cant tell 1080p from 900p the higher resolution and the higher frame rate is there and that is what counts hence this topic.
Your right, even if you can't see it, the difference still exists, and matters.