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#199 - owmowmow
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(02/04/2013) [-]
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#164 - dapape
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(02/04/2013) [-]
If it takes till im 31 for pokemon to look like that I might as well just end my life now
#167 to #164 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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You're never too old to play games, mate. So long as you don't let them get in the way of your responsibilities, but that should be the case at every age.

Source: a 43-year old who enjoys games.
#169 to #167 - dapape
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I was actually trying to reference the fact that the content would probably look like **** in ten years
#171 to #169 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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Ah, I see. Well that's a bit optimistic of you... Technology in terms of graphics can't improve forever. We're probably already close to the best we can get in terms of video cards and displays, etc. We can do things that are technically better but we simply won't notice the difference past a certain point. So probably development in terms of graphics will slow down noticeably soon.
#174 to #171 - dapape
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We'll see... I just remember playing Ocarina of Time, seeing those graphics for the first time and being like "Dayyum, this is as good as it gets."
#175 to #174 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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That's what I felt like playing Far Cry. (The original Far Cry, which by the way still is an amazing game.)
#176 to #175 - dapape
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Ohohoho... Maybe in terms of looking real nice, but... I wont say anything else... :)
#178 to #176 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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To each their own opinions, hah. I strongly dislike games that others think are fantastic, and occasionally like games which somehow completely fall by the wayside.
#177 to #171 - admiralaverage
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I disagree, there's an incredible amount of detail that games miss out on that could make games look better, and graphics cards and displays can always get better
#179 to #177 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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They can get better, but at some point, we stop noticing the difference. Right now, for example, I play Borderlands 2. I have a very decent machine, so I can run 16x rendering (I think that's the term... right?) But when I set it to 8x rendering there's almost no difference whatsoever on screen. Maybe one object in the distance is just a tiny bit blurrier than before.
#182 to #179 - admiralaverage
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anisotropic filtering I think you mean.
the thing about borderlands is it's an art style, you don't need to make art have higher graphics than that. Physx on that game can need a reasonable computer to run.
Shadow effects and lighting in games are getting better all the time, displays that give better refresh rates, higher contrast among other things.
#185 to #182 - Hreidmar ONLINE
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I suppose so. I'll admit I'm very shaky on the technicalities of computers, it's just not my area. Just from personal experience in terms of games and videos, I don't see as much difference in the higher end of the performance scale. I don't see much difference between videos rendered at 1020P and 780P, for example. And from the little I've read on the subject, that's a function of the human eye. At some point, there are just too many details for us to process.
#188 to #185 - admiralaverage
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I guess the way I'd look at is, if I look out of my window and say look at the park, never in a game have I seen anything that comes close to the depth and detail that you can see outside.
Trees often look flat in games or the leaves look like little black dots of outlines because they screen doesn't have enough pixels to show them properly.
#141 - dancokacole
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and itll still use ****** attack effects
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#218 - coolcman
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they could look like this now if they tried. this is kind of what skyrim graphics are like
#209 - ultimoz
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(02/04/2013) [-]
I don't like it
I don't like it
#194 - deansg
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(02/04/2013) [-]
this was probably posted 10 years ago since we have better game graphics than that already
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#157 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
FPS mod, plox
#155 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
imagine just cause 2 with pokemon
#156 to #155 - Sethorein
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Imagine farcry with pokemon.... ******* feraligatr's outta nowhere...
#152 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
I never really cared for PokeMon. But this makes me want to play it so bad!
#130 - anonymusbros
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Anyone have original pic? Maybe so i can set as my desktop? please?
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#72 - pwndbynoob
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What every game looks like now.
#58 - anon
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Oh, I do hope the graphics improve in 10 years.
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#33 - Ropyx
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> 10 Years
> 3d Model and Engine made in current present
> I've been on this site for too long
#32 - anon
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(02/04/2013) [-]
never gonna happen
#25 - therealtravieso
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(02/04/2013) [-]
it better. but not these ****** pokemon they are showing now a days, its like they randomly grab **** and combone them together, the firs gen. ones would be great
#24 - thereisaguy
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Been around for 16ish years and has changed graphically very little and even in the most recent changes(i.e X and Y) it still kept it's style, I highly doubt it will change that much in future iterations. In fact I think it works best the way it does with cartoony graphics, overhead view and random encounters.
#43 to #24 - anon
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Nintendo would agree with you. People don't seem to get Nintendo is a japanese company and in japan handhelds are more popular then consoles. Nintendo also wants Pokemon to stay a handheld game. Not to mention handhelds are designed for japan in mind.
#71 to #43 - thereisaguy
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Yeah pretty much, also "stylized" doesn't mean much to most people. Everyone seems to be crying for x game to be like Skyrim/Farcry or y game to be an mmo. It just doesn't fit the bill, it takes away the formula that makes those games work to begin with.