A couple of weeks ago, we were invited to play the preview version of Super Smash Bros. on 3DS and Nintendo offered us the possibility to capture the game using their own equipment. Sadly, there was a sync problem with the game's sound while they were capturing and all the journalists who were present were faced with the same dilemma: to show or not to show. We tried to fix the problem ourselves but didn't really manage to obtain something good enough and we were ready to drop it. When we saw that some of our fellow journalists put up their videos anyway, without even warning their audience that the sound issue was due to the capture and not the game, we decided we would share the footage we brought back with you guys. Just remember that sound starts to be desynchronized at some point and that the game had nothing to do with it. That being said, enjoy our 60 fps direct feed videos!
FFA deathmatch is pretty fun in OW even though it's totally not balanced. Great Tracer practice. (4 Hours ago)
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I wasn't really setting up any specific comparison at all. I said modern phones and many PCs. That's pretty vague. You can set whatever limits on that you want. (5 Hours ago)
Granted.. synthetic benchmarks are just that.. but in Geekbench 4 a Snapdragon 835 can outperform a Q9550.. which is definitely faster than the E6600. (5 Hours ago)
My personal history of personal computing goes back to 8-bit computers. I think 2017 ARM CPUs are amazing. (6 Hours ago)
@droezelke: I said E6600.. and its single core performance in synthetic benchmarks is certainly comparable. But yes. You can go back to the 80s. I didn't say anything about them being modern. (6 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: no, a snapdragon 835 does not have computing power of a Q6600 (9 years old). Do you really want to go further in time to prove your statement made sense? (6 Hours ago)