PlayStation 5: when can Sony truly deliver a generational leap in power?

From N4G - April 15, 2018
MakoD9h ago(Edited 9h ago)


Yeah... I mean I think people are confused as to what AI is or what it should be, generally speaking. More processing power generally is not going to make the AI "better" or "more funny". Simulations are a completely different story as the hardware can only process so much... most games meaning the typical non-strategy game the AI is bad... if the player does not get enjoyment out of the gameplay of NPC... that's not normally a processing problem... coding problem maybe... design problem maybe... but not normally a processing problem, generally speaking... although I am speaking in general terms.

Here is Gears of War (wack a mole AI) 10:40 minute mark.... the lack of processing power was not the problem... design and execution of the design might be the problem.... you could have increased the process power by 1000 and it would still be wack a mole.


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