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#1 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

Literally does not matter. Consoles can't even reach 60fps most of the time, so they won't even be taking full advantage of 60Hz. Movies are 24fps, and most television tops out at 30fps, so there's not a huge reason to have a higher refresh rate unless you're using a high end PC.

#2 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

Seems odd that they're focusing on visuals and the developers have stated that 30FPS is "more cinematic."

#3 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -
  • Dark Souls II
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Titanfall

I haven't played much from 2014. That about covers it except for a couple indie games.

#4 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

I'm a third year computer science student. I built a desktop for gaming and more intensive work, and use an Acer C720 Chromebook with Ubuntu for in class notes and whatnot.

#5 Edited by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

Seems fine to me. Better to see what the game actually looks like instead of deceiving prerendered footage.

#6 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

I recently gave anime a shot as well, after hearing a lot of hype for Attack on Titan, and feeling like I'd exhausted every TV show and movie on Netflix. I honestly despised Attack on Titan, but my interest was piqued so I downloaded Cowboy Bebop, Code Geass, and Gurren Lagaan... and now I'm hooked.

Any anime recommendations? I have a massive list of things to check out now. I've probably added like 10 shows to my Netflix list, and downloaded a few others (FLCL, Death Note, Samurai Champloo, FMA, etc).

#7 Posted by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

@bigboss1911: This wouldn't cause the significant frame issues you're seeing. It would just cause the RAM to run at 1333MHz instead of 1600MHz or 1600MHz instead of a higher frequency. Take everyone's advice and RMA your components.

#8 Edited by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

@mrsmiley: On the other hand I can get a book from my local library for the cost of $0 with upwards of 20 hours of entertainment!

#9 Edited by StarFoxA (5160 posts) -

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is pretty great too, on top of all the games mentioned here. I spent roughly 250 hours on it.