Wild Arms 3 (PS2 Classic) coming to the PS4

Discussion in 'PS4 - Games & Content' started by Ryupower, May 13, 2016.

  1. Ryupower
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    BORTZ "Another stunning Van Gogh"

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    I think i own Wild Arms 1 and 2 from a flash sale a long time ago.

    Anyways, come on sony, give me Burnout Revenge and I can die happy
     
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    neat. Got wild arms for the vita during a ps plus months ago, methinks. always liked those ones
     
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    Takedown would be a better choice, it's more fast paced and still looks beautiful in an original PS2 with RGB cables + a 32' flat screen.
    Revenge has that weird motion blur/occlusion thing which makes everything darker. It was awesome back then, but it ddin't age well with newer LED TVs
     
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    I played it on 360 with HDMI cables, it aged pretty well IMO
     
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    The 360 has a higher resolution than the PS2, especially if you're playing with HDMI cables.

    Most PS2 games look muddy and unappealing with new tvs, but Takedown doesn't. Most of its environments are in daytime (except a few which are right before noon), and that helps a lot. Besides, it's completely 60fps. Not invoking the good old 60fps vs 30fps discussion here, but in these kind of games they make a difference.
    Revenge is much slower, and all vehicles feel heavier somehow, more unwieldy to drive, which ruins the experience for me. It's all about finishing first, or taking down as many as you can with you, and Revenge doesn't have a nice fast-paced feel to it (talking about PS2 version, not X360)