Jesus man WoT at 14 FPS? How often did you get blown the fuck up? LoL I might have been one of the dudes blowing you away. Get it? Cause of the blowjob jokes earlier. Lol i shall see myself the door.Redlin5 said:I guess I'm just less picky about frame rate than most. I can tolerate pretty abysmal rates. I used to play WoT at 14fps...
Heh. The real aces can be mailed a screen shot once a day and *still* blow me up.Haerthan said:
Totally not above selling out, standard of living>warm fuzzy feeling of artistic integrity.Spot1990 said:
you are doing pc gaming...very, very right.Caramel Frappe said:The problem with PC games is that you end up getting 'addicted' to the better graphics / mods, that you end up spending WAY more time importing stuff to 'improve' your game then simply playing it. Heck, even though all of my mods in Dark Souls 2 are just retextures, it gets seriously addicting to the point i'm spending a few hours hunting for mods than playing the game.
oh absolutely, and getting experience helps nullify this feeling (when I first started modding, I didn't have next to any guide to go off of, it was so much trial and error for me and seeing how things worked. Was some extremely frustrated times figuring out why something wasn't working, or if a file didn't download/unzip properly.) for me personally, which is why I haven't had to feel this way in years, but it's definitely something to fear when you first start doing it and don't know where to turn to for proper guidance.With that said, we PC gamers also face consequences for tempering with the game. Like Skyrim, mess up on a mod or texture and suddenly your game is crashing. Very problematic and I dislike how again, addicting it all is. Sure, I can just play the vanilla game 100% mod free, but .... it's to tempting. Then when it's all filled with mods, you face problems like FPS dropping or new glitches / bugs. Ugh.
Makes me want to just play a console game lol.
Gotta keep the FPS counter big - That's why us true gamers have multiple monitor setups. One for the game, one for the FPS counter, and one for the component temperature graphs.Tarfeather said:If my FPS counter were that big I'd be distracted, too.
I'm going to assume 'me' since my monitor is from the PC I had before the one I'm using now and it was like 3 years old when I upgraded, 3 years ago at least at this point.MorphingDragon said:What kind of scrub doesn't have a screen with a 120HZ refresh rate with GSYNC?