After Nintendo's offering, and the two conferences by Sony and Microsoft, this completely feels like an unnecessary generational jump. I see very little from the PS4 and Xbox One that I can do on them that I can't do on the PS3 or Xbox 360.
And, am I the only one that thought the graphics on the COD game was, maybe, slightly better than the COD released last year?
Hell, I just got into Battlefield 3 on my mid-range PC (and it was mid-range 2 years ago) and it looked better than what we were seeing.
well, yeah, late-generation console games usually tend to look fairly close to the graphics from the previous generation. or, at least, launch titles rarely show off the power of the system even close to what it's capable of. the first statement is going to obviously be more true as the leaps in graphical fidelity become less and less obvious, though.
also, I believe lot of launch titles still start their development during the previous generation, which generally isn't going to help either.
you already know this, i'm sure.