Chip Maker Predicts PS3 Quality Graphics on Mobile Devices in Three Years



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Sensational info. I look forward to seeing more.





Even if you gave the PS3 graphic on the it, the screen is still small. Like my phone can play Crysis, but to bad I cant see the guy in the woods coming at me. Look I just downlaod this 8gb 1080p movie to my phone, now I'm going to watch it on my 3" screen. When they going to put HDMI on my phone?


Peanut Fox

I don't think we will see many (or any) FPS on these devices.  Any game developer worth his salt would take screen size into account.  RTS games would make a lot more sense.  With a stylus and a touch screen display, the controls become really easy to manipulate.


Far too often game makers make the games and then try to shoe horn controls onto the device.  If you look at some of the first run iPhone games as an example, because there are no buttons what designers did was add touch buttons to the side over your game screen.  Rather than make games that eschew the buttons and take advantage of the touch screen in a novel way, they just forced a familiar control style onto the device.


Peanut Fox

This is a huge leap from what we have seen in the hand held market in years past.  Using the game boy and Nintendo DS  as an example, they tend to be 8 to 10 years behind the graphics curb.  Still, this will be great to see.  I wouldn't be surprised if we saw nVidia pushing Tegra, or some form of small powerful GPU to the masses for high end portable gaming.


I have to ask; have game makers even reached the full potential of the PS3? 



Not even close. Atleast not in terms of the CPU itself.



 that's cause the Cell Processor is still evolving...

And it hasn't even assimilated Android 1.7 yet, let along Android 1.8.... 

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Five teenagers, one alien ghost, a robot, and the fate of the world.


Peanut Fox


Is Sony continuing with the development of the Cell? 

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