The NES version looks low res with about three colours, that is if you count black as a colour.
16 actually, I've counted.
How about a real comparison with more than just a single screenshot.
Lots of text on black on those NEC PC88/PC98 screens. The NES version does look better. You'd be able to see the difference better in battles with multiple opponents, and while outdoors. There are no screenshots of the NES version for that.
(Deus Ex)And yes, the PC version still looks miles better than that blurry, low res mess with crap lighting on PS2.
Miles is an exaggeration. The PS2 version compares favorably with the GOTY version, which I do have. Want to know why I have it? To actually put the statements made by guys like you to the test. I've done the same for the PC versions of Diablo 1, Diablo 3, and Fallout 3.
(Half-life)Yeah, I wonder why it never released for Dreamcast. Oh, that's right, it was too weak to handle it.
It was two weeks from gold when it was canceled...because of changing market conditions. Meaning the PS2 was stomping the Dreamcast in sales.
The PS2 version is still so low resolution that any "enhancements" that they made are effectively hidden behind huge, pixelated blocks.
What huge pixelated blocks. did you see it on a PS2 connected to an old TV over RF or something? Try playing it in widescreen mode (yes, it has it.) over component cables. While I don't have a capture card...I could take a screenshot.
(Deus Ex)Want to have a guess at why game companies segregate PC and console players in FPS games? It's because all FPS game are unplayable on gamepad. Watching someone try to do it is hilarious and sad at the same time. Even the very worst PC FPS player can spank the best console FPS player because it's such a horrible means of control.
That issue is not relevant here, since DX is a single player game and any purported control issues are not relevant because the PS2 version supports PC style control schemes. Though again, I recommend hybrid control, analog for movement, mouse for aiming, the game supports it.
(Sacred 2)As someone who played both games on PC, it is definitely a mouse oriented game.
It's quite possible to design an interface that doesn't require a mouse. You've played the PC version, it's designed for the mouse. The PS3/Xbox 360 versions have a nicely designed control system.
Have fun navigating every single menu option, inventory item and on-screen buttons with a gamepad.
You do know that it's possible for a game to use different interfaces on different platforms right? So the PS3 version is designed to work well on the Dual Shock.
Basically you cannot refute the true statement that I made, so you cry troll.
I can take screenshots if you want, or point to video.
Surprised you didn't mention the real fault of PSone Diablo, the saved games eating up 10 blocks on a memory card.
They are trying to sell their PC to console port, so of course they are going to try to spin it as though gamepads aren't crap for this style of game.
Gamepads work well with Diablo clones, we've known this since 1998. That's why there have been many such games since then on various consoles. Diablo, Darkstone, Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance 1 and 2, Champions of Norrath 1 and 2, X-Men Legends 1 and 2, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2. Hunter the Reckoning, Sacred 2, Dungeon Hunter Alliance, the 3 Untold Legends games, D&D War in the North, Diablo 3, the upcoming Sacred 3.
Head to the D3 forum and you'll see PC players wanting gamepad support with the PC version. I have the PC version by the way, bought it so I could post on the forums, but I don't play it because a gamepad suits ARPG's better and the PS3 version is simply more fun to play.
Google it yourself, every media outlet and reviewer out there says that D3 works very well on a gamepad. Lots of them said how surprised they were. I found their surprise, surprising, didn't they play Diablo on the PSone, or Champions of Norrath?
(War Thunder) "The console version looks like shit compared to the PC version"? Of course they would never admit that about their own game.
But it looks the same! Any differences are minimal.
That can't be helped, but you can always watch someone play the PS4 version.
Nice cherry pick though.
It's not cherry picking, even the PC users over on the war thunder forums say it's the same game, which is why all users play together on the same servers.
Look, maybe you're a "PC Master Race" sort of guy, but that sort of attitude needs to go the way of the dodo. Why do "PC Master Race" bash the consoles so much? Why the vitriol? Is it justification for the extra money you spent sort of thing? A "I grew up in Hungary/Romania/Russia/Poland/Brazil/Thailand where consoles were for rich people and everybody pirated PC games because we had no money thing"? Is it the "I'm upset that there's more focus on console games these days." thing?
We're all just gamers, we're even playing mostly the same games these days.