"This happens every generation," says TJ Wagner, Creative Director at WarGaming
console gamers for the most part do not demand games be 60fps and more often would prefer better graphics.
I disagree. If you set up two pc's in different rooms... Room A - 30fps increased gfx, trial 5 min Room B - 60fps decreased gfx, trial 5 min "which room do you want to continue playing in?" ROOM B, please why? I don't know, it just plays smoother. But didn't you notice room A has increased gfx? Yea but it wasn't as smooth and responsive, I prefer room b please.
console games do not give this option
Got a link to that case study or is this just opinion being passed on as fact?
One thing i'm sure of... if a system display a game on max graphic/resolution (comparatively with the other games in the same generation)while maintaining steady 60 fps means : 1. The Devs did a very very great job 2. The hardware are overpowered (and usually overpriced)
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