Dead or Alive Extreme Volleyball was one of my favorite games on the Xbox. It wasn't a deep game at all, but it was, first and foremost, a great way to kill some time when coming home from work. Getting a sequel on the 360 was great news for me so I preordered the game as soon as possible. But now after a few hours of playing the game I'm quite disappointed. Between the graphics far from being as impressive as I'd expect from Team Ninja (and at 30 fps!), the fact that the game has now become a bit too complex to just play and enjoy it for a few minutes of fun and an overall lack of polish, I can't help but think that DOAX2 was just a quick cash-in Team Ninja rushed out of the door to be in time for Christmas. I can't say it's an awfully bad game, but it's basically just the sum of average to OK small games, linked with numerous and very annoying loading screens.
Interstellar, I have no words. (5 minutes ago)
2014 is over for big game releases (unless you consider The Crew as a major release). It's waiting until february for me. (3 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: amazing article and kudos for the guys who tought of that method to measure it (6 Hours ago)
@jmd749: It does not play GC games (just Wii, I believe) or have GC ports, but they just released a GC controller adapter w/ Smash. (6 Hours ago)
@droezelke: here ya go.. physically quantified: [url] (7 Hours ago)
144hz... so for example my BF4 max frames is @ 140 fps to avoid that issue. It's also a fairly marginal bit of lag.. typical of post process function. (7 Hours ago)
@droezelke: There's a great article on blurbusters on g-sync and lag. G-sync introduces (a very small bit) of lag when you go *over* the max refresh rate. It's avoidable by locking a few frames under (7 Hours ago)