Archive for "Graphics Analysis" Category
We take a brief look at Transformers Devastation across current gen consoles and PC.
Despite rendering resolutions woes, Battlefront's performance on PS4 and Xbox One is rock solid.
FIFA scores yet again on all formats, even if Ignite's skeletal animation needs more work.
Bluepoint brings its A game with all three remasters.
Konami's football flagship is a fairly pretty spectacle on consoles but bombs miserably on PC.
Frictional's return brings amazing lighting technology and decent performance on both platforms.
Does Turn 10's newest Forza build on its predecessor while taking advantage of the Xbox One?
Bluepoint Games continues to display its current gen chops by revamping the PS3 classic.
The wasteland has never looked better, no matter which platform you experience Mad Max on.
Kojima Productions' swan-song still carries some visual flaws from Ground Zeroes but looks great overall.
Arkane Studios' current gen port fails to match up to the 2012 PC version.
The Coalition impressively revamps Gears of War for the Xbox One, with some slight snags.
Supermassive's long-awaited horror epic surpasses expectations.
Microsoft's upcoming portfolio of games represents a look at the future of gaming on the console.
The re-build of Ethan Carter looks great and the PS4 work well in showcasing this.
A fairly bare-bones port of the clunky 2012 Wii U title by Straight Right.
Does Codemasters take pole position this generation or simply burn out?
Kill it with fire.
How does Nathan Drake's greatest adventure benefit from the leap to 1080p/60 FPS?
Milestone's current gen racer is heavy on the bike detail.