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Like DF Retro? Check out our playlist for other episodes http://bit.ly/2eVGwZ5 On this episode of DF Retro, John revisits Retro Studios classic installment in the Metroid series. Now in first person, Retro and Nintendo manage to perfectly translate the essence of the Super NES classic into full 3D. Metroid Prime delivers some of the richest visuals on the GameCube all at a rock solid 60 frames per second. We follow up with a quick look at the Wii version of the game and check out Metroid Prime running on the PC using Dolphin Ishiiruka. Video Sources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvjbq5mo9GQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzHjJ-guSJg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zr0Nu24OCU Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/DFSubscribe
39:32 Supreme AI & Nex Machina Was my first time clearing Veteran and reaching the TLB, somehow managed to take it down. On to Master and Hero, those will surely take people a while. Enjoying this game a lot. I played the beta with the couple first worlds but the new levels and fine tuning blow it out the water. This game much like Resogun compresses poorly in video. It looks much nicer on the actual machine. I guess my capture card wont be up to snuff for things like this that need over 720p.
A second-gen Switch? A 4K graphics dock? An entirely new home console? Rich discusses the options open to Nintendo now it has access to Nvidia's cutting-edge hardware. Subscribe for more Digital Foundry: http://bit.ly/DFSubsribe
MAXIMUM GRAPHICS!! 62 CAR RACE, EXCELLENT FPS!! How to run GTR2 on a modern multi-core build: 1. Start GTR2 2. Start Task Manager (Control-Alt-Delete) 3. Processes 4. Right-click GTR2.exe 5. Set Affinity 6. Check all CPU cores 7. Go back to game, set MAXIMUM graphics and opponent cars This workaround may also work on other older PC games. Some older PC games do not utilize all CPU cores, resulting in very low FPS, regardless of your modern GPU. Hope this helps and good luck! Game settings: 1920x1080 32 bit / 60 Hz DirectX 9 Fullscreen AA: Level 4, V-Sync: OFF In-Game settings: Maximum everything January, 2016: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX AMD FXemail@example.comGHz EVGA Geforce GTX 970 SSC 16GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3@1600MHz 250GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD GTR2 (2006)
The PS4 and PS4 Pro remaster goes head-to-head with the original versions on PS3 and Vita! Tom gives an overview of the stark differences; textures, lighting, post effects and smoother frame-rates make this the ultimate edition of WipEout. DF Patreon supporters can grab the full-fat 4K source file here: https://www.digitalfoundry.net/2017-06-10-wipeout-omega-collection-ps4props3vita-graphics-comparison-frame-rate-test Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/DFSubscribe
Housemarque's Nex Machina is the team's first game for PC in 18 years - and it's super-optimised. Here's Tom's look at the game across a vast range of popular graphics hardware. GTX 1060, RX 580, GTX 970, GTX 1080 and Ti - it's ALL here.
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