|QUOTE (nigelhere9901 @ Thursday, Jul 18 2013, 04:40)|
|QUOTE (kastrenzo @ Thursday, Jul 18 2013, 09:31)|
| If PS3 GTA V had proper Mouse and Keyboard support *like the one or two other games on that platform....*, I wouldn't even blink when being told I have to wait 4-6 extra months. |
If they have a frame rate varying from 45-60FPS, then it's an immediate purchase from me, I can play a game with sh*tty graphics.
It won't. I don't think there's a Gen7 game that can go above 35. It's hard realizing that if you ever came from a console background, that sub par FPS was "normal" for you back then.
I started on PC, But didn't play big games on it, stuff like the Sims, went on Xbox, PS2, Xbox 360 until about 2008, Then in 08 got a "Gaming" PC, and went from there, Now in 2013 stepping back into consoles again is painful when you're used to running games at 150-200 FPS *an absurdly high rate even for PCs* honestley once you hit 80-100, you're not really going to notice anything more in a game.
If I'm playing a serious PC game, I hope for 100, 60 is my Median, but if it goes below 50 then I'll start getting annoyed, People can argue all they want, but having a higher FPS game can directley improve your performance.
PS4/XBO fans are sh*tting their pants because these new consoles are upgrading to 1024x1024 textures and 50-60 FPS rates on some games, and that's a world of difference.
I've played a couple PC games that were stuck at 30FPS, *most notably, two rockstar games, GTAVC and LA Noire*, and the experience wasn't that bad, it all depends on the flow of it.