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  • Kysol (edited 4 years ago)

    or straight up won't play anything below 60

    FTFY - Unless you have some really bizarre vision limitations that restrict you from interpreting video signals slower than 60 fps, then I would have to say that you can play the games, but just don't want to lower yourself to the common PC class of users. A lot of those games on there are ports where the animations are bound to frame rate. Increasing the frame rate and keeping the animations looking the same would mean displaying a frame twice, which technically is a waste. If you didn't do this you would have super fast sped up animations.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm for publishers or at least the public trying to out publishers for not displaying this sort of information.... on games developed during the years that 60 fps was the norm. Seriously FFVII was what 1997, 30fps/15fps in-battle would have been ground breaking back then.

    For example, use the video speed option on this FFVII battle to do 2x (which would technically be 30fps), you'll see what I mean. Edit: You only get the video speed options on the actual YouTube page and not on embedded media.