Typing "Dark Souls" to get to the videos related to that game doesn't work anymore.
And if I go to the Games page tab I can't even search by name there. I have to pick find by letters, style of game, publishers and dates. I just want to put the name in and get to it. Thanks.
EDIT: So I put "From Software" in developer and hitting enter key or clicking on the "This form is awesome!" button isn't doing anything either. The publisher query section doesn't work or I'm missing something.
Its interesting for him to flat out say boosting graphical quality in the cloud will not work very well. Its something Microsoft never attributed to their cloud network and is not on the same level with everything else they've said but people on message boards use this defense every time someone questions the importance of cloud computing.
And great for him to clarify about the cloud based matchmaking. It was one of the few things I was like ehh maybe Live does have this one feature. Thats awesome for both consoles. The current state of affairs on 360 and PS3 matchmaking sucks.
To be fair they said. With the Cloud the Xbox one will be 40 times more powerful than without the cloud. And This alone is just bullshit. I think Mattrick said that.
Microsoft totally claimed Cloud would be a big boost to lighting and volumetric fog. After the press conference they had Xbox One designers on stage spouting lighting and fog, which they repeated to the press.
"Let’s say you’re looking at a forest scene and you need to calculate the light coming through the trees, or you’re going through a battlefield and have very dense volumetric fog that’s hugging the terrain," he said. "Those things often involve some complicated up-front calculations when you enter that world, but they don’t necessarily have to be updated every frame. Those are perfect candidates for the console to offload that to the cloud—the cloud can do the heavy lifting, because you’ve got the ability to throw multiple devices at the problem in the cloud."
@ntm: Yah, so I'm not saying that @demoskinos is a dirty rotten liar, I'm just saying he's completely wrong ;^)
He's not wrong. PS3 version does have V-Sync enabled at the start. The difference with the PS3 is it's adaptive V-Sync so that it turns off when things are hairy and frames drop low. Otherwise it's on.