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Pemalite said:
Mr Puggsly said:

Resolution not important, just move back. I am ending on that. Its not a false narrative, you provided a graphic showing it.

I never once said you just "need to move back". That is your narrative, not mine.
The facts have been presented with all the necessary evidence to support it, if you wish to disregard it, that's on you, at-least other forum members might find the information valuable.

Mr Puggsly said:

I was discussing X1X in regard to 60 fps. Your response is a completely different discussion, but I agree with the irrelevant argument youre making.

I was discussing framerates.

Mr Puggsly said:

You make a good point I wasnt neccessarily considering. There are certainly games that used the improved CPUs for increased scale. I dont feel the AI in those games got much better though. I mean the AI in some 7th gen games still trounce many 8th gen games. Hence, I argue great AI seems to difficult to design more than a specs limitation.

Some A.I from 6th gen are competitive with 8th gen titles. Then again, the OG Xbox CPU was pretty potent, so Bungie did some great work with it.

It will be interesting to see how Ryzen affects things on this front, if we get increased complexity or more scale.

You post a picture talking about sitting distance to the screen and I need to ignore that? I really think we're having a different arguments but I'm wrong apparently.

You were discussing the limited GPU of the base X1 and how that affects framerates. I was not, I was discussing X1X given it has a vastly superior GPU therefore it does not have the same bottleneck issue. We don't need to elaborate on this.

I agree, even 6th gen games have examples of impressive AI. Some of those PC ports to Xbox also come to mind. Again, I suspect good AI can be difficult to create even when you have plenty of resources. So I try to remind people games from previous gens were doing impressive AIs with much less power.

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