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posted: 11/7/2014 9:48:52 PM - Report Post    edit post

If you're going to go that big, you might as well get the top case hermetically sealed. Go big or go home.

   
 
 
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posted: 10/22/2014 9:03:57 PM - Report Post    edit post

The (fps) technology is there and a lot of companies are jumping on the bandwagon because it makes a cool-sounding buzzword which sells products. But if you have to cut costs prior to a product realizing its' selling price and the technology can't be used then a simple risk analysis (if your common sense hasn't kicked in yet) will tell you it's not worth the money...yet.

   
 
 
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posted: 10/22/2014 9:01:27 PM - Report Post    edit post

But fps is not solely based on the capabilities of the actual hardware components. My video card in my PC can put out a fairly decent chunck of fps...but it will never (at least not in its current state) render more than 60 because that's the refresh rate of my monitor. They can make a card that, theoretically puts out 255 fps but until the technology used to increase the monitors' refresh rates allows those rates to be equal or greater than 255, it won't happen.

I guess my main point is if Ubisoft thinks that their main market is console users and most larger sized televisions (which is what 90% of consoles are hooked up to) support a lower refresh rate (compared to desktop monitors for PC gamers), then it makes absolutely perfect sense to "cap" the refresh rates for the software they are spending money to produce. Why push the envelope and spend money to do so if the technology that said "envelope" is ultimately limited by cannot fully utilize it? Its like asking a middle-income person can you afford to buy a luxury yacht? The answer, if you really skimp and trim your budget, is probably yes I can. Will I, that's a whole different question.

A lot of people don't see much of a difference, but when the difference is $$$ to a company who, quite frankly, is hard-pressed for money from the get-go, that difference becomes very real...very quickly.

   
 
 
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posted: 10/22/2014 6:14:42 PM - Report Post    edit post

Why people get soooo riled up over an arbitrary and somewhat inaccurate/irrelevant numerical value someone placed on one single aspect of how the human eye sees thi9ngs is beyond me. Personally, if I'm going to be judging something on its visual quality then it better look decent. If it looks like crap, I don't care how many fps it has. Conversely, if it looks amazing but the fps is "low", does it matter?

Using the fps to discredit a game company based on games that haven't been made and on that basis alone (or as the primary basis) is just plain stupid. The majority of people who play video games probably don't understand what fps really stands for or what it really means...if they did it would lose it's weight as one of the primary metrics for visual quality. 30 fps is the average...its fairly low considering the highest measured (255 fps for a fairly significant portion of a sample fo fighter pilots) but if everyone could see at 255 fps, we'd all be flying F-22's. Besides, fps means NOTHING if your video output's refresh rate is lower than the fps.

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posted: 9/17/2014 4:37:36 PM - Report Post    edit post

From flash point to operation, he's moving on up in the (fantasy Star Wars) universe. But if you've killed him in the foundry, how the heck is he supposed to then be somewhere else?? Or was I not supposed to be thinking that far ahead?? Zounds, he's stumbled into the "circle of inner-wisdomhoodedness"...RUUUNNN!!!!!!

Edit: Too many special characters (But my Mommy says I'm special...)

[Edited by Wrythe1985, 9/17/2014 4:38:55 PM]

   
 
 
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posted: 8/23/2014 11:07:56 AM - Report Post    edit post

Rest in peace in peace??

   
 
 
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posted: 8/21/2014 12:13:51 AM - Report Post    edit post

@Neo7 Economics 101...99.85% of all the "things" (products, goods, services, raw materials, etc.) are not truly free. Someone, somewhere does pay (something).

   
 
 
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posted: 8/20/2014 6:27:15 PM - Report Post    edit post

In teh US, that's definitely false advertising. There's also another tort law that running that sort of promotion violates but I can't think of the technical term off hand. It's basically the idea that a pizza place offering free pizza to the first 100 people (whether it's stated plainly in the advertisement or not is irrelevant)is all but saying that after 100 pizzas, we're out of stock and physically cannot make another pizza if we wanted to. If that were true, they would not be in violation of anything, however, if the 101'st customer has to pay for that pizza, the pizza place lied (might be truth-in-advertising, but I don't think that's the root tort in play here). Tort law isn't criminal, but it's definitely a civil case...one that is almost certainly a gimme for a customer bringing suit. All the customer has to do is present the advertisement and proof of a monetary payment (receipt) with a matching date. Give that to the judge along with justification for the dollar amount named in the lawsuit and all they need to do is collect. That's just US though...'murica I suppose.

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posted: 8/12/2014 7:18:52 PM - Report Post    edit post

Or not DABHand...more likely it's a phishing account from a third or second world nation looking for idiots, suckers, and tech-savvy but downright stupid people from first world nations preferably ones with large balances in their bank accounts.

   
 
 
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posted: 7/29/2014 7:45:33 PM - Report Post    edit post

And yes, both of my posts apply to us in the United States...all of both of my posts.

   
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