Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by (.)(.), Dec 29, 2015.
I don't get what they did with Ravens Cry, because Two Worlds 2 runs quite good.
I would say it is all based on personal preference. Lowest I can tolerate is 30 fps. I have seen people have lower fps tolerance though. A good number I have seen go with 30 fps as well, but ultimately want 60 fps.
To think we were happy to pay £50 for N64 games were the pal version would run a 25fps, if we were lucky, while really bad ports could drop into single fps numbers.
How ****e it was being a pal gamer back in the day. lol
I can tolerate 30fps in most games. Only have problem with some racing games below 40fps, thats about it (dont play online twitch shooters). You can certainly tell the difference, but not to same degree in all scenarios/games.
1- easy to see diff: https://boallen.com/fps-compare.html
2- Can see, but definitely wouldnt bother me: http://www.30vs60fps.com/
3- ditto (disable motion blur): https://frames-per-second.appspot.com/
Anyone recall when crysis 1 came out? No one was aiming at 60 fps, people were thankful to get 30 fps average in first year of the game (1680x1050). Those who managed better were on 8800gtx @ 1280x1024. Did anyone put this game aside until a 60fps capable card arrived? Doubt it.
Crysis with top performing card at the time:
I prefer smooth game play. I will make any adjustment to graphical settings to achieve that. Also with modern games I don't want FPS below 30 but with classic PC games it is ok and I don't mind getting 60FPS.