After PES, let's play FIFA 17 on PS4. If you have subscrbed to EA Access, you can already try out the game on PC and Xbox One, but since we received the PS4 version, that's the one we have chosen to show today. CaptainTARASS (red player, FUMA controls) came over yesterday and played with me in the following footage and we had great fun. The final game seems to be a tad slower than the demo, which is great news in our opinion, and though not perfect visually, this new installment looks very good. We'll have to see if the game can hold on to its promises, but so far, it seems the 2 footie games are solid enough to both deserve your attention. If you can afford it, maybe you should even consider buying them both.
remasters with the old->press a button->remaster engine are the best "remasters". (2 minutes ago)
screen not being geometrycal. I don't mind this for a new audience, but it should be obligatory to have the old engine running as an option, like an emulator. Thats why the "saber/4j" engines of (2 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: good god, its not an awful update, but some of it bothers me . the way the animation is speed up on the jumps, the updated collor pallete, even the "take" on small things like the gameover (4 minutes ago)
Red Dead Redemption on PlayStation Now Subscription: [url] Those on PC who never played it, can do so now through PS Now which has a 7 days free trial. (21 minutes ago)
which could be more of a problem for multiplatform games than the GPU. (26 minutes ago)
The GPU part of the Switch will probably be good enough. I recon the CPU won't be close to even the (relatively weak) Jaguar that's in PS4/X1. (27 minutes ago)