After three years of development and a fairly good amount of money, Dragon's Dogma is finally available. Visually, the game is certainly a bit disappointing, with too many pop-up and framerate issues, some annoying traces of aliasing and poorly designed characters. That being said, it you can get passed all that, the landscapes are pretty nice nonetheless and the combat system, not to mention the impressive monsters, make the game very appealing. It's just a shame there is no strong story behind the game, as in the end, Capcom's title really is a mix of good and just average. We captured a few videos of the Xbox 360 version, so come on in and check them out.
Compression can hide flaws on the low end and obscure quality on the high end. The result is bringing both closer to the "middle." That's always going to benefit the weaker version. (27 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: Youtube comparisons are terrible. They will always make the lower quality one look less bad. (28 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: I think that the only major difference lies in resolution as the game is 4K ready for PC. (34 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: of course its not doing bad, its youtube standard, and 900p compared to maxed out PC Ryse, its bad. (34 minutes ago)
Either way though...X1 isn't doing bad at all, and all that @900p too, lol. ;) (58 minutes ago)
Ryse X1 vs Ryse PC: [url] I guess Youtube is not a good site for comparing. I am sure if you'd directly compare the two on your tv the differences would be quite clear. (59 minutes ago)