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@adamus: If you have an NVIDIA graphics card you can actually enter photo mode in The Witcher 3. It's called Ansel.

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Quite impressive, provided it was running in native 4k.

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@agramonte: Wow, your last sentence just killed the debate!

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Yes boys, they're now milking the Uncharted cow!

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Blizzard is going downhill for years now.

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@sellingthings: i7 3820, 16GB DDR3 1333 MHz on an Asus Sabertooth x79.

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@merwanor: I have a GTX 1070 as well, and my problem with TW3 is when I face dozens of wolves in the forest, the dynamic hair thing brings my framerates as low as 45.

Edit: 1080p resolution.

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GamePSot being harsh on Playstation exclusives, whats happening?

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@spaced92: It was so good that every Mario since then is based on the same mechanics. Odyssey, for instance, uses every Mario 64 platforming feature. Now I challenge you to point one game that uses Crash Bandicoot original features.

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@KBABZ: You know the C button was the N64's right 'analog stick', right? Hmmmm controlling your camera through the right analog stick, that's not a thing today, huh?

It was the very first Nintendo attempt on 3D platforming, and the difference between it and Super Mario Odyssey is very small. The gameplay mechanic is still the same 20 years later, but in a refined way.