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The game-card crysis.

Interesting bit of Slashdottery. In the near future, so says an anonymous commenter…

“graphics chip [card] makers won’t be able to sustain their rate of growth because the [videogame engine] software is so far behind, which will be bad for gamers on consoles as well as [on the] PC”

He’s basically saying that no-one will buy top-range PC graphics cards, because their old card (or even new on-CPU integrated graphics) will be able to handle any game available. We need a new Crysis, which when it first arrived was impossible for any PC to run with maximum eye-candy. That game won’t be Crysis 2.


One comment on “The game-card crysis.

  1. […] are consoles limiting the potential and future sales performance of high-end PC graphics […]

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