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[QUOTE="AMD655"]This video is Resident evil on the Saturn.
No shaky textures due to Zbuffer issues with PSx, sharper/crisper image, and much more content in game.Domino_slayer
Resident Evil looks considerably better on PS1.
- The textures on Saturn are noticeably downgraded.
- The lighting on Saturn is all missing.
- The transparencies are all dithered
There is barely any shaky textures on PS1, because Resident Evil is mainly 2D bar the character models anyway.
Look at how awful the trouser textures, and torso are on the Saturn, very scrappy, very low colour, poorly blended
Yeah, I mean, you can't even properly see Jill's curves in the Saturn version. *shuts the hell up before he says more* :P
Even though it was hard to use for devs, it had undoubtly the best graphics and content of the generation.AMD655
it had undoubtly the best graphics and content of the generation.AMD655
it had undoubtly the best ... content of the generation.AMD655:|
[QUOTE="kingoflife9"]Just out of curiosity, weren't you saying the Saturn was superior to the PSX in the other thread? One of my old skool fave, but not the best. Dreamcast and PSX for me.
I know it didnt sell well, and it didnt have final fantasy 7-9, but it was the most fun I ever had with a console. Mostly due to the amazing multiplayer games it had. Now you just play a couple games with a friend or 2 online for a few minutes and go to sleep. But back then we would all sit around with 4 of your buddies on a nice summer evening after a day of basketball at the park and the beach, and play Goldeneye for 3 hours straight, then pop in Ken Griffey jr baseball and have a blast, then Kobe Bryant basketball which is highly underrated. COUNTLESS wars on mario kart, and then some WWF no mercy. Yea it didnt have alot of RPG's, so what... those 4 controller ports made it the most social console of all time and in turn makes it the most fun which equals the best ever... this coming from a die hard sony fan whos old enough to admit when something is right or wrong.AMD655