1. FearL0rd's Avatar
    I liked better XBONE

    10-31-2013 09:01 PM
  2. Microsoftjunkie's Avatar
    Yes, I agree. Xbox does look better, and without AA and something else?.
    10-31-2013 09:18 PM
  3. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    1. Like someone said elsewhere, YouTube compression messes with this stuff badly, so a real comparison isn't possible.
    2. This reminds me a little of the AMOLED/IPS LCD thing people were talking about with the Lumia 920. The Xbox appears to have richer colors, but the PS4's look more natural.
    3. Why do they have what sounds like a porno soundtrack going with this?
    10-31-2013 10:05 PM
  4. theeboredone's Avatar
    It's interesting how the general audience seems to like more saturation on their photos and videos vs natural light. I'm not saying that's what it is in the Video comparison, but when the Lumia 920 was having camera tests done, one of the comments WP fans clamored about was how it was more natural than your GS3/4 and Iphone 5.

    You can't have it two ways. Pick a team.
    11-01-2013 09:00 AM
  5. KKRLessey's Avatar
    I preferred the PS4 but the TV affects the picture. Maybe you can change the picture in TV settings.
    11-01-2013 09:04 AM
  6. Coreldan's Avatar
    Having watched the whole thing in 1080p, honestly the only difference I can tell in this video is the colors. And that works both ways, in some places PS4 colors looked better, in some Xbox One looked better.

    As for the real life photo vs. game colors, I think it's not that simple. In real life we see the world "as it actually is" and can easily tell if the colors arnt natural. In game we don't have this. Sure we can go like "well in real life it looks a bit less bright", but I dont think theres an outright contradiction to like a bit more colorful games, especially when shooters the recent years have been just grey and brown while wanting real life pictures to look as natural as possible. But like I said, in some places I found PS4 colors better, in other places Xbox One better.

    Judged from this video, I think the only thing that it comes down to are which kinda colors you prefer (and this can probably be changed By TV settings too) and the FPS. The other video showed that PS4 did have a bit of an advantage with FPS, but when we're talking about like 5 FPS difference most of the time, doesn't really make much of a difference in this game.

    I even tried to look for jagged edges, but I couldn't really find them on the X1 video as opposed to PS4. With the car scene with those electrical lines in the sky (basically like 1 pixel line in the horizon..) PS4 seemed to do a bit better while on X1 the lines sorta "disappeared" occasionally i guess due to "jaggies".

    I can't really deny being a MS fanboy, but I tried to look at this as objectively as possible and I don't deny PS4s hardware advantage, but I honestly could not see much difference outside colors which isnt a performance thing anyways.
    11-01-2013 09:20 AM
  7. gedzum's Avatar
    They look pretty similar to me. One thing I noticed was at around the 46 sec mark the difference in terrain quality. It looked better and more detailed on the XBOX version.
    11-01-2013 09:30 AM
  8. Coreldan's Avatar
    They look pretty similar to me. One thing I noticed was at around the 46 sec mark the difference in terrain quality. It looked better and more detailed on the XBOX version.
    I'd probably put that one down on YouTube compression and perhaps the contrast difference, but I did notice the same.
    11-01-2013 10:42 AM
  9. theeboredone's Avatar
    Having watched the whole thing in 1080p, honestly the only difference I can tell in this video is the colors. And that works both ways, in some places PS4 colors looked better, in some Xbox One looked better.

    As for the real life photo vs. game colors, I think it's not that simple. In real life we see the world "as it actually is" and can easily tell if the colors arnt natural. In game we don't have this. Sure we can go like "well in real life it looks a bit less bright", but I dont think theres an outright contradiction to like a bit more colorful games, especially when shooters the recent years have been just grey and brown while wanting real life pictures to look as natural as possible. But like I said, in some places I found PS4 colors better, in other places Xbox One better.

    Judged from this video, I think the only thing that it comes down to are which kinda colors you prefer (and this can probably be changed By TV settings too) and the FPS. The other video showed that PS4 did have a bit of an advantage with FPS, but when we're talking about like 5 FPS difference most of the time, doesn't really make much of a difference in this game.

    I even tried to look for jagged edges, but I couldn't really find them on the X1 video as opposed to PS4. With the car scene with those electrical lines in the sky (basically like 1 pixel line in the horizon..) PS4 seemed to do a bit better while on X1 the lines sorta "disappeared" occasionally i guess due to "jaggies".

    I can't really deny being a MS fanboy, but I tried to look at this as objectively as possible and I don't deny PS4s hardware advantage, but I honestly could not see much difference outside colors which isnt a performance thing anyways.
    True that in real life, you can hope for a photo to replicate what your eyes would actually see. That can also be applied to video games. What are the developers wanting you to see? Why is it that one console has Sand Color X, and the other has Sand Color Y? Which one is more accurate when those video game developers were hard at work, on their PCs, making the level designs and what not? You can say you may not be for the developer's vision in terms of colors as you prefer something a bit more saturated, but I know I personally prefer to play the product as close as it can be to the original as possible.
    KKRLessey likes this.
    11-02-2013 04:23 PM

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