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Well shit. All this 4K stuff, and my favorite game by SEGA still hasn't gone a hair past 720p60, on grade A PC specs. http://www.system16.com/hardware.php?id=975 720p60 is optimal for the rhythm game, sure, SEGA...but you KNOW you can make 1080p60 with this hardware.

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To those who say 'jif'. Stop. Please. Its do fucking annoying knowing that I'm a programmer and KNOW MY GODDAMN FILE EXTENSIONS. IT'S 'G'RAPHICS INTERCHANGE FORMAT. GIF. NOT FUCKING JIF. There, I'm done for today.

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Woah! When did you start doing 720p60? It looks wonderful.

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I'm happy to report that when using Internet Explorer 11 Beta (Build 11.0.8) in Windows Technical Preview (Build 98xx) you can achieve 720p60.
Although it is recommended that you use Chrome, you can use the beta versions of Internet Explorer and Nightly (Firefox).
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I must say...it took Apple forever to get onto the high resolution display bandwagon. Good for them, though. Finally people can stop using my Note 3 to watch videos. They borrow my phone because of 1080p..I keep forgetting, someone answer me-- how big is the battery, in terms of mAh? Is it near the range of 3000? Also, those internet speeds are severely slow. I got my hands on the SM-G900S (Galaxy S5, SKT/QHD) in South Korea and tried it on South Korea Telecom. The LTE-A technologies developing there are blazing fast. Anyways, good review!


Oh, oh..my..
You don't have LTE yet deployed in Australia. So technically 4G is HSPA/HSPA+ over there. LTE is significantly faster and is certified by the GSM standard as "true" 4G. Though...most Americans like us on T-Mobile/AT&T (GSM, not CDMA) will usually get HSPA/HSPA+ in rural places (EDGE/2G rarely, and 1G/GPRS even rarer) and LTE in metropolitan places. [Hint; LTE is displayed in the statusbar anywhere on iPhones/Android]
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I would like an Iron Man S6 Edge. Looks pretty cool, although, that theme is somethin' else..

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I'd rather be playing Sonic '06, that's a game that I can enjoy. The glitches are what makes it fun. The glitches here and slowdown everywhere because of crappy Wii U processor make me want to die. Or maybe the game's not optimized, but whatever.

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Oh my...the 30FPS and 60FPS difference is jarring. Plus, it seems that color saturation was increased in F 2nd, no? Color is 'punchier', as it stands.

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Me like. It seems that because we have a new physics engine in F 2nd, this PV doesn't look stiff as fuck.

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Ah! I understand why I don't like looking at the PS Vita version: it doesn't render shadows where the PS3 DOES. Now, I understand it's a lot to ask a handheld with (I think) a 512MHz ARM processor and GPU to render shadows, but the lighting effects/renders are the BARE FUCKING MINIMUM. Still though, good for SEGA JP to get this to run 960p30 on a 512MHz ARM processor.
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I looked at only the PSP and F 2nd parts first. I was literally shocked at how close they looked (if F 2nd had no overlay filters, which is pretty easy to visualize). It's like they took the PSP version and then 1080p and filters and (properly textured and high poly) models. However I took a look at the F 2nd and DT versions. They are nothing like each other. If anything DT is the closest thing we have as of now that is pretty much close to the Arcade build on a home console. I have hope that SEGA will not continue using the F 2nd render style on the PS4 because that would esentially waste the GPUs power. But who knows, maybe if they continue to use the F 2nd renders, we will get 60FPS/2K/4K on PS4..
(But c'mon, SEGA should make 2 versions, one like Arcade and one like F 2nd, but that is too much to ask of a Japanese dev team [or any dev team of that matter].)

I should also take my time to say that lots of textures in F 2nd look blurry as all hell. In some PVs you can really tell, like Glory 3usi9, the walls look bad. I don't get it. If they had properly textured surfaces in DT, why couldn't they do it for F/F 2nd? On a 1080p screen it look horrible.
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