dont be like that
Don't all cats look like that?
>implying slavic cat of many faces is forced
>turn subtitles on
>sound effects are subtitled too
Can my turtle be a meme as well?
Well, with that trend of horrible 'cinematic' effects that are based off of improper usage or malfunctions of image recording equipment, I think they'll start using glitched rendering as a new cinematic effect.
Something like IMT (Intentionally Missing Textures)
hahaha enjoy your object
My kitty hates chromatic aberration. Can she be a meme?
No game does this. It's either on/off or absent from options.
>On the first run of a game, you're forced to play through the intro sequence
>The game defaults at 800x600 and you can only change it after completing the level
looking at NFS Undercover
It is, I use the hottest new meme weapon now.
I feel like i cant see CA. Anons will post a screenshot and other anons go OMG that CA, but i see nothing. I even looked into exactly what it is and exaggerated examples, but i still cant see it in games.
Like >>323078426 said, try watching Alien Isolation gameplay it it gets obviously mostly because the game utilizes it unabashed. It's that colorization you see on edges of textures to try to blend the world through the "lens of a camera".
>you'll never have grafics cat
>you'll never have Maru
>you'll never have blini kot
It's more apparent in still screenshots than it is in motion. Look at Bloodborne, screenshots like >>323079623 make it look like a blurry mess, but you'll never notice it when playing.
>but you'll never notice it when playing.
Yes you do shut the hell up with your memes.
But look at >>323078642
It's hardly noticeable when shit is moving. You only see it barely when the camera stops moving, and you have to really try.
Is this some genetic shit where some people are simply more receptive to it than others? Like how brusselsprouts taste delicious to some people but taste like shit to others?
>It's hardly noticeable when shit is moving. You only see it barely when the camera stops moving, and you have to really try.
Do you normally play video games at 720x480 with video compression?
>subtitles on audio options
well yeah that webm is of a console game
in this screenshot
If you look at those candles on the left, you can clearly see the left side of them are tinted blue and the right side of them are tinted red. That's not just jpeg artifacting.