- Jun 12, 2009
1. No, not really. Only got a SNES cause my dad won it at a work raffle. Others I had to work for. 2 your right and 3 I didn't own a computer till 2010. And that one's dead.Charcharo said:You do not have to double-dip. Just install the Bug Fix patch/mod and then it will run. Thing is, and sorry if I assumed too much (it isnt on purpose)... well I assumed the following:RaikuFA said:But I can't play Vampire the Masquerade. And why should I double dip? Plus add $1000 on top of that. Not worth it. Plus a few more hundred every few months for a graphics card.Charcharo said:Without more information I can not tell you what the issue is. But the very fact you can even play Vampire the Masquerade (game from 2004) on PC is... already making conslows obsolete.RaikuFA said:And yet games like Amnesia and Vampire the Masquerade refuse to start up for me. I can get games like Magic to work though. After my computer went kaput 3 years ago I just gave up altogether. Also there'should barely any JRPG's on there so I don't see the point in using a PC.Charcharo said:This is interesting. I, as a poor Eastern European have been on PC for 20 years. Even when I didnt know English I had little issues getting a game to work.RaikuFA said:Charcharo said:Consoles objectively have no pros at all.Phoenixmgs said:I didn't hate on PC. I just prefer consoles because their pros are more important to me than the pros of PC gaming. There's quite a few people here that think console gaming has no pros at all.Bombiz said:
Cost more, offer less, dangerous to gaming's long term future.
Those are the facts.
Least I can put in a game and just start it up. Unlike on PC where I have to learn how to code just to start up a bunch of games.
You see, you have an installer. Press install. Yes, yes, yes several times. Then an exe appears on scree and I enter the game. Even my 6 year old self that still thought my monitor is the Computer knew that if a new game is new, I probably had to just set options to low.
And that is why I didnt learn programming. If only I knew programming was the OTHER way to PC game, I'd not have had to study C and SQL just to get a job to live in poor PC Gaming Eastern Europe. Silly me.
*Seriously now, lying is dishonest.
I suggest getting the GOG version of Vampire the Masquerade and Amnesia. Those are often very cheap and include player made fixes for VTMBL.
As for JRPGs... due to emulation and backwards compatibility, PC is ahead of any other "gaming" device.
1. You are a console gamer ergo are a lot richer than I am.
2. Probably American due to console gaming (IDK if it is true).
3. You probably dont have experience installing mods. It is a simple thing to install but some people are afraid the first time they do somethng.
Again, if I assumed wrong dont be mad. It is just how it usually goes.
As for PC:
This is above PS4 Pro level. I am sorry but not PS4 Pro level PC can be made so this is costlier, but more powerful.
And no, you dont need to upgrade a GPU every month or year. I upgrade GPUs every 6-7 years and am just fine...