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A good way to know if a game is appreciated by the general public (and not just somebody in particular) (what you seem to refer to as "authority") is to look at Gamefaqs reviews and Mobgames' Moby-score feature. In order to claim a RPG is one of the worst we ever played, it needs to score very low by those measure, not just some random guy in the internet saying "this game suxxx".
Oh, dang. Don't wanna go back to 7, then...Nah, you can put better GPUs in there, people put GTX 1050 in these HP PCs with low power PSUs. E.g.
Can you think of anything offhand that I could do, software-wise, that would streamline my comp for gaming? The PSU won't handle anything with a power requirement greater than 300W, so as far as GPU, I'm kind of stuck. I've considered two major options:
- Switch to an equivalent AMD card and see if it performs better.
- Purchase four new sticks of RAM that are actually identical (the four that are in there are actually two at 667 Mhz and two at 545 Mhz, and all are used).
I guess I could probably do with another HDD by this point, as well, but once again, I'm limited by what my PSU can do.
So, get a new PSU?
I have a decent CRT made by Toshiba in April 1994 now, and I have to say that whoever is designing these shaders/filters/whathaveyou is exaggerating greatly.
5. PS Vita
-Uneven 256p horizontal sizing (the original displayed at 240p)
-Stretched 320p resolution with heavy aliasing
Agreed it's criminally overlooked. David Shadoff is still working on Dead of the Brain. https://twitter.com/Shadoff_d/status/1045825936849960960?s=09
Is anyone saying anything about the emulation quality, aside from this PAL issue? I doubt there would be many complaints at all if it simply didn't have such a questionable selection of games.Eurogamer mentioned that NTSC is also affected: