They're iconic, they contain a huge share of the population, and they're almost entirely absent from video games' depictions of reality.
You can make trade-offs to save money or money can be the trade-off. The OLED Flex does everything you could want a display to do, but at a cost.
What to make of 10 hours with a video game that had performance issues, only to have many of those issues disappear right before release? A conundrum.
Plus, why Redfall's lack of a performance mode was such a sore point.
'Everspace 2' manages to meld two radically different modes of combat, becoming one of the best space shooters in years.
Technology can't fix all our problems, but it can fix Rob's.
Probably not, but who is going to stop you? Time. Probably time.
It's a question of pace.
Nobody should have to work this hard.
Crusader Kings meets '1 vs. 100' proves to be a better crossover than the IOC meets video games.
What could be more Western Front than a game that opens with some strong ideas and tons of promise, but loses momentum late in the game?