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Do you notice the difference between 30fps and 60fps in a Video Game?

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User Info: RayzerTag

RayzerTag
3 years ago#91
TGAkuma posted...
Difference is huge but I feel bad for the people here who need 60 fps. It doesnt take long for my eyes to adjust from 60 back down to 30 fps. Sucks to be them.


Yeah, I didn't know so many people had that problem. Guess that's why people want next-gen consoles to be 60fps so much.
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User Info: IvanKozlov

IvanKozlov
3 years ago#92
Yes, I notice. I even notice when a game that has an unlocked framerate bounces between 30 and 60.
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User Info: knightimex

knightimex
3 years ago#93
it's better with a game to a have a high frame with low graphics than a game with high end graphics and a lower frame rate.

Frame rate > graphics
period

Been this way for me since windows 95
Old School Games FTW!

User Info: Hawke0

Hawke0
3 years ago#94
It's marginally better.
Monster Hunter Tri is one of the best Capcom games of this generation.
Of course, that's not saying much.

User Info: CloakedNub

CloakedNub
3 years ago#95
This is the Xbox 360 board. Most console games tend to run at the inferior 30 FPS setting. Of course you're going to get an influx of people saying "lol i dont see it" or "lol it doesn't matter."

I game on my 360 and PS3 a lot more than I do my PC. I'm just not delusional enough to believe that the slight graphical boost on consoles for 30 fps is worth the sluggishness.

User Info: knightimex

knightimex
3 years ago#96
http://cloud-2.steampowered.com/ugc/903237783767024074/A8776515AE69DEA08CB050815F98B9729C226265/

http://cloud.steampowered.com/ugc/903237783767039352/0888D345ED7FC7816629162FF257E0D3294EE566/

Seeing this in 60fps is sooo nice.
Adds immersion big time.
Old School Games FTW!

User Info: RayzerTag

RayzerTag
3 years ago#97
CloakedNub posted...
This is the Xbox 360 board. Most console games tend to run at the inferior 30 FPS setting. Of course you're going to get an influx of people saying "lol i dont see it" or "lol it doesn't matter."

I game on my 360 and PS3 a lot more than I do my PC. I'm just not delusional enough to believe that the slight graphical boost on consoles for 30 fps is worth the sluggishness.


I'd say it is, since a lot of people don't feel the 'sluggishness'. Nothing delusional about it.
Baseless prediction as of 01/04/13 : the next Xbox will be called the Xbox On.

User Info: AsucaHayashi

AsucaHayashi
3 years ago#98
i bet if they made fighting games a standard 30fps then the rage will commence all over about how it looks extremely crappy and non-fluid etc.
If console gaming is so cheap then why do I have to spend $600~ in order to play Super Mario Galaxy, Uncharted 3 and Halo 3?

User Info: Duwstai

Duwstai
3 years ago#99
Another thing might be gaming skill.

Many dont notice the sluggishness because their natural reflexes are too slow to notice the difference anyway.
balls

User Info: RayzerTag

RayzerTag
3 years ago#100
EDIT: double post, sorry.
Baseless prediction as of 01/04/13 : the next Xbox will be called the Xbox On.
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