Nintendo 3DS graphics get Capcom preview: better than Xbox 360?

Capcom has been showing off the sort of graphical loveliness we can expect from their titles on the Nintendo 3DS, thanks to liberal use of their MT Framework.  Among the magic is HDR lighting, realtime colour correction, self-shadowing, normal mapping, depth of field and motion blur; while that might not mean much to most gamers, Capcom's aim to make Resident Evil: Revelations on the 3DS as graphically impressive as Resident Evil 5 on the Xbox 360 has to impress.

As you'd hope, Capcom is also making sure that some of the common 3D issues users complain about – such as motion blur – are minimized, without necessarily reducing graphics performance.  Resident Evil 5 producer Jun Takeuchi says, in fact, that he was particularly surprised by the Nintendo 3DS' graphical abilities, which certainly bodes well not only for the handheld console itself but – looking forward – the company's next-gen "jaw-droppingly unique" Wii replacement.

[via Siliconera]