Will TGC 2 be displayed at 1080p on the XBox One?

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« Reply #15 on: January 20, 2017, 12:10:48 PM »
Don't feel bad.......  I have PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, and PC.  I understand being a slave..... some games just aren't available on PC and the console is just more convenient in the Living room.
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« Reply #16 on: January 20, 2017, 05:58:29 PM »
console peasants

Yeah, I even bought a better than average gaming PC a couple of years ago, and have upgraded its GPU twice now (most recently a Geforce GTX 1060) that at least doubles the performance of the consoles, yet I still can't free myself from the bondage of these inferior demons... do you know of an intervention group that might be able to help?

try r/pcmasterrace or catch the steam summer sale
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« Reply #17 on: January 20, 2017, 06:03:07 PM »
console peasants

Yeah, I even bought a better than average gaming PC a couple of years ago, and have upgraded its GPU twice now (most recently a Geforce GTX 1060) that at least doubles the performance of the consoles, yet I still can't free myself from the bondage of these inferior demons... do you know of an intervention group that might be able to help?

Wait for the Scorpio, and if you haven't already, get a good monitor/display.  Those GPU's you keep investing in every year or so, are money sucking you just to keep up with the latest and greatest, and will cost every bit as much or more as the aforementioned Scorpio/display. 

How often when you buy a PC game, that you look at the min/requirements to run it, and cross fingers that your pc will run it the way you want it to?  With console, (and especially the Scorpio, which sounds like a beast machine) you need not be concerned with the lack of GPU etc, etc... just throw the disc in or DL and go.  How good is good enough for you??  When will it stop?   Just a little therapy for you :)

I have put around $1000 in to my pc since 2011, maybe slightly more. I buy a new gpu every 4 years about. It performs similarly to the scorpio. I have never not met system requirements to play a game. It has never even been in question.
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« Reply #18 on: January 20, 2017, 07:25:35 PM »
try r/pcmasterrace or catch the steam summer sale

I think you missed my point... which probably should have had a wink emoticon attached to it.  I'm perfectly fine with my gaming PC at present, as it delivers performance in spades on all of my racing games, and does a very good job in delivering a very playable performance and look with The Golf Club and Jack Nicklaus Perfect Golf.  I expect TGC 2 and Windows 10 JNPG to be more efficient than their present versions due to advances with Unity 5.5+, so I'm sure my current PC will be more than up to the task.
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« Reply #19 on: January 20, 2017, 07:36:14 PM »
try r/pcmasterrace or catch the steam summer sale

I think you missed my point... which probably should have had a wink emoticon attached to it.  I'm perfectly fine with my gaming PC at present, as it delivers performance in spades on all of my racing games, and does a very good job in delivering a very playable performance and look with The Golf Club and Jack Nicklaus Perfect Golf.  I expect TGC 2 and Windows 10 JNPG to be more efficient than their present versions due to advances with Unity 5.5+, so I'm sure my current PC will be more than up to the task.

Oh haha ;)
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« Reply #20 on: January 20, 2017, 07:37:34 PM »
console peasants

Yeah, I even bought a better than average gaming PC a couple of years ago, and have upgraded its GPU twice now (most recently a Geforce GTX 1060) that at least doubles the performance of the consoles, yet I still can't free myself from the bondage of these inferior demons... do you know of an intervention group that might be able to help?

Wait for the Scorpio, and if you haven't already, get a good monitor/display.  Those GPU's you keep investing in every year or so, are money sucking you just to keep up with the latest and greatest, and will cost every bit as much or more as the aforementioned Scorpio/display. 

How often when you buy a PC game, that you look at the min/requirements to run it, and cross fingers that your pc will run it the way you want it to?  With console, (and especially the Scorpio, which sounds like a beast machine) you need not be concerned with the lack of GPU etc, etc... just throw the disc in or DL and go.  How good is good enough for you??  When will it stop?   Just a little therapy for you :)

I have put around $1000 in to my pc since 2011, maybe slightly more. I buy a new gpu every 4 years about. It performs similarly to the scorpio. I have never not met system requirements to play a game. It has never even been in question.

Finding that a bit hard to believe unless you have a MONSTER PC.....and since we do not have final specs for Scorpio, it is all speculation...
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« Reply #21 on: January 20, 2017, 08:10:56 PM »
console peasants

Yeah, I even bought a better than average gaming PC a couple of years ago, and have upgraded its GPU twice now (most recently a Geforce GTX 1060) that at least doubles the performance of the consoles, yet I still can't free myself from the bondage of these inferior demons... do you know of an intervention group that might be able to help?

Wait for the Scorpio, and if you haven't already, get a good monitor/display.  Those GPU's you keep investing in every year or so, are money sucking you just to keep up with the latest and greatest, and will cost every bit as much or more as the aforementioned Scorpio/display. 

How often when you buy a PC game, that you look at the min/requirements to run it, and cross fingers that your pc will run it the way you want it to?  With console, (and especially the Scorpio, which sounds like a beast machine) you need not be concerned with the lack of GPU etc, etc... just throw the disc in or DL and go.  How good is good enough for you??  When will it stop?   Just a little therapy for you :)

I have put around $1000 in to my pc since 2011, maybe slightly more. I buy a new gpu every 4 years about. It performs similarly to the scorpio. I have never not met system requirements to play a game. It has never even been in question.

Finding that a bit hard to believe unless you have a MONSTER PC.....and since we do not have final specs for Scorpio, it is all speculation...

It can do native 4k 30fps, 60 in games like counter strike, I can show benchmarks if you don't believe me. You can build a pc tower for $300 that outperforms xbone and ps4
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« Reply #22 on: January 20, 2017, 08:16:50 PM »
console peasants

Yeah, I even bought a better than average gaming PC a couple of years ago, and have upgraded its GPU twice now (most recently a Geforce GTX 1060) that at least doubles the performance of the consoles, yet I still can't free myself from the bondage of these inferior demons... do you know of an intervention group that might be able to help?

Wait for the Scorpio, and if you haven't already, get a good monitor/display.  Those GPU's you keep investing in every year or so, are money sucking you just to keep up with the latest and greatest, and will cost every bit as much or more as the aforementioned Scorpio/display. 

How often when you buy a PC game, that you look at the min/requirements to run it, and cross fingers that your pc will run it the way you want it to?  With console, (and especially the Scorpio, which sounds like a beast machine) you need not be concerned with the lack of GPU etc, etc... just throw the disc in or DL and go.  How good is good enough for you??  When will it stop?   Just a little therapy for you :)

I have put around $1000 in to my pc since 2011, maybe slightly more. I buy a new gpu every 4 years about. It performs similarly to the scorpio. I have never not met system requirements to play a game. It has never even been in question.

Finding that a bit hard to believe unless you have a MONSTER PC.....and since we do not have final specs for Scorpio, it is all speculation...

It can do native 4k 30fps, 60 in games like counter strike, I can show benchmarks if you don't believe me. You can build a pc tower for $300 that outperforms xbone and ps4

No need for that, but I definitely do not agree with your last statement.
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« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2017, 09:27:48 PM »
Sorry, I just try to get people to see that it's a better platform if you're talking value and performance. Along with being able to mod games. You can play pc with a controller.
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« Reply #24 on: January 20, 2017, 10:19:42 PM »
Sorry, I just try to get people to see that it's a better platform if you're talking value and performance. Along with being able to mod games. You can play pc with a controller.

Yeah, I play on PC with an XBOX 360 Controller.  Works fine, but I'm still addicted too playing on my consoles.
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« Reply #25 on: January 21, 2017, 09:36:42 AM »
Yeah, I play on PC with an XBOX 360 Controller.  Works fine, but I'm still addicted too playing on my consoles.

Explaining console addiction is kinda like the desire to ride a Harley... if we have to explain it, you probably wouldn't understand it. :D
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« Reply #26 on: January 21, 2017, 12:26:57 PM »
Yeah, I play on PC with an XBOX 360 Controller.  Works fine, but I'm still addicted too playing on my consoles.

Explaining console addiction is kinda like the desire to ride a Harley... if we have to explain it, you probably wouldn't understand it. :D

I've had consoles before haven't had the desire to play them in years
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« Reply #27 on: January 21, 2017, 12:46:58 PM »
I've had consoles before haven't had the desire to play them in years

If you played Forza 6 on and XBox One, with a Thrustmaster TX Leather force feedback steering wheel mounted to a Playseat Evolution racing seat, outfitted with two Aura Bass Shaker pro subwoofers, you might find the desire to play them again.  All the extra hardware is nice, but Forza 6 is the most tightly integrated, well executed, video or PC game I've ever played... PERIOD!
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« Reply #28 on: January 21, 2017, 01:48:43 PM »
I've had consoles before haven't had the desire to play them in years

If you played Forza 6 on and XBox One, with a Thrustmaster TX Leather force feedback steering wheel mounted to a Playseat Evolution racing seat, outfitted with two Aura Bass Shaker pro subwoofers, you might find the desire to play them again.  All the extra hardware is nice, but Forza 6 is the most tightly integrated, well executed, video or PC game I've ever played... PERIOD!

You can do pretty much all of that on PC, along with surround monitors.
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« Reply #29 on: January 21, 2017, 01:49:26 PM »
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