My Samsung can manually increase the framerate, in 4 different modes!
So can my LG, but the lag is almost an entire half a second if I put it on frame interpolation mode. Bad enough my damn TV has a slight 3-4 frame delay with all the post processing effects off. My fault for getting a 47" LCD instead of a Plasma. --- Those that do not understand satire are often those subject to it
I can tell the difference, but it's not different enough for me to give a ****.
This is how I feel, too. Technically, yes, 30 FPS is worse if you're interested in all of these crazy inputs. But the game plays fine the way it is. It feels surprisingly very fluid when compared to how it looks. --- ~@_@~ Why are you people so hung up on what's canon or not? - freakazaa
Any game that relies a lot on technical skill (finger gymnastics and frame-perfect movements) is simply a more competent title at 60 fps. 60 frames are more responsive and provide for more reliable timing mechanics, with clearer animation over all.
With gaming in general, 60 and 30 isn't that important of a difference. --- i3 2130 @ 3.4 GHz | Team Xtreme 8gb @ 1600 MHz | GTX 460 (768mb) @ 855 MHz / 2000 MHz