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Pemalite said: The PC most certainly does have generations... And is also in lockstep with technological progress.For example the PC's equivalent "7th gen" hardware was basically any Shader Model 2.0-3.0 rig DX9 rig... And SM4.0 hardware basically took those same games but with a plethora of further enhancements. It has generations of CPU and GPU that are completely seperate to...
Traditionally a console generation represented a significant leap in technology. The 1st gen of consoles was the Magnovox Oddyssey with it's CPU-less design in 1972, along with Atari Pong. Then came the 2nd gen with the Atari 2600 in 1977. The first 'proper' console with a CPU and GPU (or custom co-processors). And with every generation came a new plateo of technology and capability. That's still...
Nah. The Switch was Nintendo picking themselves up after the Wii U's failure and giving it another go. It was a late arrival to gen 8 the same way the Master System was in gen 3 after the failure of the SG-1000 (also a gen 3 console). The prospect of calling the Switch a full fledged gen 9 console next to PS5 and XSX is a bit mental tbh. These new boxes do things even the PC currently doesn't...
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