And if this is the case, maybe their Iginte Engine won't work with Madden, NBA Live, and NHL on PC this year.
Madden and FIFA have always interested me, on PC. Like would a 'high-res' PC version from this year, 'look better, but different' than an Next-Gen-Ignite version?. Interesting. I mean what with Origin sort of releasing these, its sort of interesting now. Thoughts?
The new PES will be using the Fox enginge... just sayin'...
"In terms of the GPU hardware, hard information was difficult to come by, but one of the engineers did let slip with a significant stat - 768 operations per clock. We know that both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are based on Radeon GCN architecture and we also know that each compute unit is capable of 64 operations per clock. So, again through a process of extrapolation from the drip-feed of hard facts, the make-up of the One's GPU is confirmed - 12 compute units each capable of 64 ops/clock gives us the 768 total revealed by Microsoft and thus, by extension, the 1.2 teraflop graphics core. So that's another tick on the Durango leaked spec that has been transposed across to the final Xbox One architecture and the proof we need that PlayStation 4's 18 CU graphics core has 50 per cent more raw power than the GPU in the new Microsoft console."
50% more powerful GPU (still a rumour, but stronger now) in combination with GDDR5 > DDR3 makes me wonder how the two consoles will compare price-wise.
As a former blue name who is blatantly rooting for Sony I have to say that this doesn't seem like too big of a deal to me. I can't think of a normal situation I would be in where I both want to play my Xbox, and do not have access to the internet for over a day. That being said, it is a slippery slope, and I see why people are worried, but this is much better than it could have been.
Microsoft servers down; moving to a new place waiting for ISP installation; living in an area with unstable internet; living in a place with plenty of wifi interference where you have to connect a cable to get online?
It looks less like a troll and more like a playful mock. It's not criticizing the concept of crowdfunding; it's simply using that as another venue for Wario's greed.
I think they're mocking/criticising (albeit jokingly) the people who use Kickstarter, especially with the 'make my dreams come true' line. You could also argue the 'Why should I fund everything when other people will do it for me?' line is taking a dig a high celebrities or personalities using Kickstarter as a marketing tool rather than a fund raising one when they don't need the money. Imagine if Nintendo actually started a Kickstarter how insane that would be, that's the joke.
They could start a kickstarter to get some 3rd party games ported over to the wiiu.