@tormentos said:@shawn30 said:@Omega-316 said:
lolololol Im loving this. where u at lems??? come here so I can rub it in ur faces.
Lems: "Xbox, do 1080p"
NBA2K and Forza 5 say hi:) Lems just sitting back waiting for the gameplay footage to hit. Its funny how Cows have turned pyschic that MS will have no more 1080p and how it looks today is only how good it will ever look. Do you guys have any clue how silly that is? PS4 is more powerful and easuer to dev for. Fact. Xbox One will have games with killer graphics too, and already do with Ryse. Especially as the dev tools get better. PS4 as well. But go on dear Cows with the circle jerk. Lems had their fun yesterday so fair is fair :)
Yeah sport games were 1080p even on last gen consoles..hahaha and Forza lol again last gen everything baked and faked racing.@HaloinventedFPS said:
Doesn't make any sense, the difference between Xbone & PS4 isn't that big
It's comparing a 7790 to a 7850
No is not the 7790 is 14 CU and 1.79 TF the xbox one is 12 CU and 1.31 TF but in reality is more like 1.18 TF because it has a 10% GPU reservation that can't be use by developers,the 7790 has 600Gflops more than the xbox one.
The 7850 is 16 CU and 1.76TF, the PS4 is 18 CU and 1.84 TF.
Memory on xbox one is a pain in the ass to work with and the xbox tools are not as good now as the PS4 ones are.@shawn30 said:@Gatman32 said:
@HaloinventedFPS: Im guessing its because the X1 is going to be tougher to develop for next gen. Just gotta wait later down the road.
Shhhh. Cows are wanking nearby. Let them have their day. It seems to mean a whole lot to them. Gotta have something to occupy their time cause PS4 launch games, if there were any, sure won't :)
Yeah because the PS4 already used all its power at launch and will not improve graphics as time goes on..lol
PS4 actually has 14 CU's for games
let's be honest here, the PS4 is beyond PC. When was the last time you've seen a PC with 8GB's of GDDR5? Or such a powerful APU? An 8 cores CPU and an 18 CUs GPU on the same die with unified memory architecture with 8GB's of GDDR5.
And this is without mentioning the low level API advantage, closed platform and the many refinements that Sony did to the hardware for everything to work in harmony by minimizing the bottlenecks. By the time Naughty Dogs release their first game on PS4 the herms will sh*t bricks. It's not because their rigs aren't powerful enough to match the infinite potential of the PS4 but because they have PC's with 100 Tflops of performance and all they have to play are crappy RTS and League of Legends! Games that even a PS2 could run without breaking a sweat.
nvidia maxwell says hi.
NVIDIA Maxwell GM100:
8 GPCs/24 SMX/6144 Cuda Cores/384 TMU/64 ROPs/512-bit upto 8 GB GDDR5
@SonofK: Of course they have money. Just doubt they would be willing to spend the amount it would take to keep EA happy. Just look at what EA charged them for The Porsche licensing in Forza 4.
And with all that money, you would think they could have sealed a deal for COD back when the exclusive COD2 was the best selling launch game on the Xbox 360. The best they could do was one month early DLC.
Stop using corporation worshipping fanboyism and use some logic. Microsoft has already lost billions on the Xbox brand. The amount of money it would take to keep games like this exclusive would keep them in the red. Especially if the console itself sells for a loss which it probably will.
In order to keep it exclusive, they would have to cover EA's anticipated profit for the PS4 at the very minimum which would grow with every new installment. Since EA makes more off the title than Microsoft, M$ would always lose money from it.
Again no one knows how much was put into keeping the game off of Sony platforms. If MS and EA agreed on a sum to keep it off of Sony platforms them it was obviously mutually beneficial and they were willing to spend it to keep EA happy. Why even bother to secure Titanfall and not secure the sequels if the game becomes huge?
The rest of your post is beyond retarded. Both companies lost money though hardware sales, MS made alot of money through software sales and with XBL. And it's already been reported that while the PS4 will be sold at a loss, the worst case scenario for the XB1 is breaking even or making a profit.
You would know this if you did five seconds of googling.
In order to keep it exclusive they would have to cover EA's anticipated profit for the PS4, EA would also save money through DEVELOPMENTAL cost, you're assuming that they could simply port it over when the game is optimized for the XB1. Unless in the sequels go a different route during development. So yeah, if the game does become huge and it's mutually beneficial there isn't any reason why MS wouldn't pay to keep it off the Playstation, Of course the sequels may very well go to the Playstation hence why this is a theory, but this theory is certainly more plausible than your nonsense.
Please explain how you can defend a company so bent on screwing over the consumer?! Wow!
Dude all companies are bent on screwing over their consumes, or at least get as close to screwing them over and getting away with it, in this case Microsoft was flying too close to the sun and backed off. You're probably one of those delusional people that thinks Sony actually gives 2 sh*ts about you, well guess what, they don't and if they had Microsoft's money or better yet a plan to take as much of your money while giving you as little as possible they would.
OK, I'm over it. I never cared though.
@Chickan_117: Then measure distance. Small increases are an improvement, regardless of time. No disrespect intented but 900m is nothing, regardless of how fast you do it. Your main objective should be to improve distance, which will then add exercise time to your walk/run, which in turn will burn more calories and raise your metabolism, therefore resulting in greater fat loss. That is the objective is it not?
Time on occasion will be an incentive, but on other days it will be a mental hurdle that really is unnecessary in the infancy of a fitness programme. Set distance goals, with time as just a guide. Once you reach an acceptable distance by all means start to work on improving times, but concentrating on times when it is not needed is just counterproductive. Who are you racing?
Just a little fact to ponder. The body doesn't usually start to burn or use stored fat for energy until approx. the 20 minute mark during exercise. Therefore even if you exercise for 30 mins, your body will only start to tap into your stored bodyfat for the last 10 mins of the session.
That is why they suggest you do fat burning exercise first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. That way your body is forced to tap into it's reserves much earlier instead of using what is in the bloodstream from your meals built up during the day.
Set a distance then reach it. Doesn't matter if you walk, run or crawl, doesn't matter if it takes you an hour, just make sure you do it and try to enjoy it. Hell even stop to smell the roses if you want. Pushing too hard too early is a guaranteed way to fail. Feeling overwhelmed, cut things back a bit until you feel confident it's time to progress.
Like I said it's not a race, over time you will get to know by feel the times you can push harder and the times you need to tone things down a bit.Overall the weight you have lost so far is a great achievement, the hard part is to maintain it and make it a life change.
No games at this point will save the WiiU from being last, but I'm personally looking forward to Mario Kart, Project X and SSBB.
i still have hope that xbox will flop....and flop hard.....either hardware failure or price or kinect...bad press ..weaker specs...who knows.