Uncharted 4: A Thief


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Thank goodness videogames allow for a vivid imagination...

If this were real life, Mr. Drake would be dead by now...

 

This looks amazing, can't wait.

 

How is that Nathan Drake not wanted on numerous murder charges, is beyond me.

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Thank goodness videogames allow for a vivid imagination...

If this were real life, Mr. Drake would be dead by now...

 

This looks amazing, can't wait.

 

How is that Nathan Drake not wanted on numerous murder charges, is beyond me.

 

He was already serial killer Nathan Drake in previous games. Nothing new there.

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Thank goodness videogames allow for a vivid imagination...

If this were real life, Mr. Drake would be dead by now...

 

This looks amazing, can't wait.

 

How is that Nathan Drake not wanted on numerous murder charges, is beyond me.

looks exactly like i expect from uncharted.   i will certainly be playing it soon after it comes out, even if i cannot find someone with ps4, i will buy one just for the game (with 30 day return policy)

 

yeah, in real life he would have being dead 30 times, but that is the point, this is a game.   "feel good by surviving impossible odds"

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looks exactly like i expect from uncharted. i will certainly be playing it soon after it comes out, even if i cannot find someone with ps4, i will buy one just for the game (with 30 day return policy)

yeah, in real life he would have being dead 30 times, but that is the point, this is a game. "feel good by surviving impossible odds"

Uncharted is as far away from real life as possible in an action romp. TLoU is a more realistic affair. Heck even TR, although Lara is partial to a bit of killing as well :p
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Looks impressive. I wish it were available on PC, as I couldn't play a game like this on controller.

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A solid 30fps is no big deal. Loads of games capped at a solid 30fps have proved that. Its when the rate drops or fluctuates up and down that problems arise. 

 

If it's locked at 30, I'll be more than happy.

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A solid 30fps is no big deal. Loads of games capped at a solid 30fps have proved that. Its when the rate drops or fluctuates up and down that problems arise. 

 

If it's locked at 30, I'll be more than happy.

 

For ND, nope. Find any other dev on any console that can do these sorts of graphics at 1080/60 and you might have a point. 30 locked is the best we can hope for as even if it can hit 40~60, uncapped introduces screen tearing when there is dips which is downright horrible.

 

They're doing 60FPS for the MP.

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For ND, nope. Find any other dev on any console that can do these sorts of graphics at 1080/60 and you might have a point. 30 locked is the best we can hope for as even if it can hit 40~60, uncapped introduces screen tearing when there is dips which is downright horrible.

 

They're doing 60FPS for the MP.

I am pretty sure Polonioum was actually replying to the comment above his and saying nope it is no big deal like, it is okay it is 30 FPS.

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I am pretty sure Polonioum was actually replying to the comment above his and saying nope it is no big deal like, it is okay it is 30 FPS.

Yeah I thought so and was agreeing. Like saying nope its not a big deal for ND as they push the graphics to a level where 1080/30 is justifiable on a console.

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Part 2 of the breakdown of the demo

 

 

Part 1 is here

 

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I like what I'm seeing in Uncharted 4 so far.  

 

That E3 showing (and extended demo) has me convinced.

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