Final Fantasy VII Remake

Discussion in 'Console Gaming' started by L. Scofield, Dec 5, 2015.

  1. vspectra

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    He's a new character
     
  2. DieH@rd

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    The game looks so good, and devs look to be very faithful to many elements of the original.

    Kitase will present the game in greater detail on TGS PlayStation stage on Saturday morning.
     
  3. Nesh

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    The only thing that annoys me is the aliasing/dithering/artifacts whatever that is which was also a huge problem in FF15.
    Its breaking the visuals of otherwise amazing assets and lighting
     
  4. jlippo

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    Really hope ID buffer would become common for all hardware, should be quite helpful for such cases. (ID hair, blur bit to hair direction etc.)
     
  5. milk

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    There is nothing keeping devs from implementing a shader that draws ID's to a separate render target if they feel like they need it. The only thing about PS4Pro is it does that automatically, regardless of if the dev wants it or not, so it feels free.
     
  6. jlippo

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    Yup, many games have used shaders to create id buffer. (Ie. Dark Souls remake on XO)
    Pretty sure on Ps4pro It is not generated if developers do not want to use it, they can also select how they use it for. (If it's draw call, object, polygon ID etc, and can be 32, 16 or 8 bits.)

    Would be awesome to have it as an option which developers wouldn't have to think about if the hardware doesn't support it when writing software, I'm sure they would find lots of fun uses for it.
     
  7. DieH@rd

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    They've showed more today early morning. Classic Mode for people who want only to manage ATB skills, minigames, and new boss and summon showcase.


    Game still looks stunning. I'm quite amazed that at every showing the game looks better and better, it's one of the best marketing campaigns Square has ever done IMO. Having a great game sure does help.
     
  8. Rodéric

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    mmmh... I.. must... not.. purchase... a PS4... just for that game...
    (With some luck it will land on PC too after a little while)
     
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    Will be playable on PS5 way before it lands on PC, so getting a PS5 then?
     
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