Its important because they have visibility so they can push lazy publishers to optimize their titles on PC. For example RE Village or Horizon Zero Dawn PC. You have to have devs and publishers on a tight leash as an end user on PC, otherwise they get away with murder.
It's not. I don't care and I won't stop buying a game if it dips one frame or if I zoom in 20x there's something wrong with a shadow far away.
Exactly, and you shouldn't. It trips me out that there are people over the age of 20 that read/hear reviews of something, and then just run with it. They don't even think to experience something on their own, and it's wild. I mean, to each their own of course, I just think it's pretty sad. Especially when that person could potentially be missing out on things they'd enjoy because they never bothered.Like any reviewer, I don't give a single fuck what they think, or say.
It's especially transparent when he tweets about how he thinks there are more PC gamers with RTX Geforces and 9th gen console owners out there, so everything should just be optimized for geforce cards.I only care about what Alex has to say. Such wisdom, such unbiased opinions.
Nowadays it isn't that bad. Remember the first few PS4 x Xbox One face-offs? My god...those days were interesting to say the least, lmao.Good for you. Many would.
It's just a case of a vocal minority taking this content to such a extreme that said contents baseline value transforms into something different. In this case some nitpicky drama used as ammunition for our resident console warrior children.
As in; bu bu but the Series X version drops 6 frames during this particular segment that lasts 5 seconds therefore my choice for team Sony is validated whauaoqpowhegdhahahavwhshavwvwusyshwlaavashhshs
Nowadays it isn't that bad. Remember the first few PS4 x Xbox One face-offs? My god...those days were interesting to say the least, lmao.