I don't know why you are ignoring the evidence to keep clinging to your own false narratives?
There is more to achieving 60fps than just CPU performance.
They did see massive increases, especially in the particles department on later titles.
You do reach a point where things like better HDR is more important than resolution... MicroLED is likely going to be the next big panel tech which should allow for a big step up in that aspect.
I like the HDR and contrast in my TV, and I do think that the solution when 8k is mature enough to have an affordable price on a 85" panel the HDR and other aspects will have improved as well (probably will take another 5 years for that).
My opinion on X1 and PS4 is that they didn't had a specific bottleneck, yes both CPU and GPU aren't enough for most games to be 60fps and have high resolution. For me it was a well balanced budget conscious choice. Yes X1 got it a little worse using the silicon space for the edram or something like that to compensate for the slower RAM so the GPU is considerably weaker than PS4. But both have a very consistent performance for most games that weren't badly made on a 720 or 900p30fps for X1 and 900p or 1080p30fps on PS4, with either pushing more fps, resolution or effects hitting the system as a whole.
I agree, locked 30fps is totally playable for just about every genre including multiplayer FPS's. But not racers. I've had motion sickness from playing GTA IV and Rocket League. I don't get said issue playing other games.
Most racers are 60fps, and even the ones that are 30fps are fine to play, racers usually can do well on the detail while offering double the fps compared to open world or action/adventure.
People have watched TV at 24fps for life without nausea.
duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"
Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"
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