unlike sa PC na need mo pa magtimpla ng settings to get your target fps
The settings are there for more advanced tweakers and quality/performance perfectionists. Pag tinatamad or ayaw ma hassle, andyan naman yung mga graphics presets. Some games offer auto detection. Personally gamit ko yung one-click game optimization feature ng Geforce Experience. Works for me at happy naman ako sa results. Meron din siyang option to optimize newly installed games for the absolute minimum hassle.
checking system requirements if kakayanin ba ng PC mo
Kung medyo luma na yung PC then yes, issue talaga yan pero of course, kung recent yung PC or high end, hindi na iniisip yan.
PC has come a long way. While not at all perfect, hindi na compatibility issue at crash fest katulad noon. Kadalasan, nasa game developer yung bugs/glitches lalo na at launch time due to the game being rushed out or shoddy ang porting. Over time may bug fixes naman. This also happens with console games at launch. In fact, iwas ako maglaro ng new games for that reason. Saka ko lang binibili at nilalaro pag on sale at na patch na yung mga game-breaking bugs. One thing na advantage talaga ng consoles over PC ay pagdating sa hacking/cheating sa MP games. Bad trip talaga ang MP gaming sa PC for me dahil sa hackers.
Console may not have the best graphics/fps pero but at least you can play it
Oh but the PC is also very playable. Lalo na with the advent of digital distribution platforms like Steam. Ang dali bumili ng game, mag install at automatic pa yung patch updates. Ready to go. I keep my PC on all the time whenever I'm home and awake so if I feel like playing, I just sit down and play. One moment, pwede akong nagbabasa at napopost ng comments dito sa TPC and then when I feel like playing, click ko lang yung shortcut sa desktop/start menu, laro na. Hindi na ako tatayo or lilipat pa ng ibang device. That's convenience for me. It's for that reason I barely pick up my Switch these days.
That's my 2C but I respect that it's different strokes for different folks and my experience may not be the same for other PC gamers. Iwasan lang yung generalizations and one thing I noticed is that over the last few generations, consoles are in fact becoming more and more PC-like, not just in hardware, but in the approach of overall ecosystem.
-- edited by MrBungle on Jan 26 2020, 02:50 PM