Looks like they are targeting 2160p. And they don't have a 4K bluray player either. Which is kind of disappointing. But hey games WILL look better, maybe bundled with some games and still $400 it will be more appealing...
Probably trying to take advantage of a bunch of Neo features. Especially if some of the builds were struggling with framerate. But geez, they really need to figure out how to come out with more than one game a generation. It's just sad at this point.
I would say that the RE 1 remake is a hard one to recommend, unless you are prepared for a completely different experience. Gamespot is doing a run through of it right now, you can look at the videos on Youtube and maybe get an idea if you would like it or not. I would recommend 5, but unless they worked out the crap of the port to XBOX ONE, I would find it hard to recommend the 360 version. In the case of RE 4 and 5, I would say the PC versions would be the best because they would look more like modern games. Revelations has a really good pedigree, but I've only played it on PS4, and I know there are some performances differences between the two console versions, so maybe try out the first episode when it's on sale again. I think the last time it was around $5 or free. So you can't go wrong just trying it out.
Resident Evil overall, doesn't age very well. Unless you have nostalgia for the series, it's kind of bad for the majority of it. That's why 4 was such a big deal in the first place.
That said, I've played them all except for 6. Which I probably won't play unless it's on a steam sale for $5. I seem to be a sucker for that kind of stuff. :)
Modern fighting games(PS4, X1, PC) seem to sit between 20-30. Anything before 2010(late 360/PS3). I'm going to say they can go as high as 50-100. That being said, 12 does seem a bit light. Also, if there are only 12, there is a fair bit of concern that they will try and sell additional characters for $5 a pop. Which is something that Anime Fighting games tend to do a little too often.
I think there is enough in the pipe, that if they do make some silly decisions, it won't really effect things long term. Of course, unless you are an investor in Sony or MIcrosoft. But I would say the company that could really screw things up most is if Nintendo's NX is some kind of pointless creation that no one cares about. But that won't effect the larger market. But right now, I think things are too stable for anything to really break it. I guess if everyone invests heavily in VR; there could be some short term issues. But nothing insurmountable. But yeah, there will probably be ALOT of stuff at E3 2016 that no one gives a crap about. But there always is...
I play mostly on PS4 and the levels of each player are no more than 2-3 apart. I don't know how else they would do matchmaking. Also, as far as I know Ranked is going through an overhaul so I don't think the closed beta data would be helpful to anyone at this point. I'm around level 18 now, and things have definitely calmed down. Most of the matches I get are with descent players who know the game. There are certainly problems because practically no one talks but that is to be expected in a console shooter. That's why Evolve did so badly on console.