Saving PC Gaming

19 05 2008

I don’t agree that PC gaming needs to be saved. But however, several organizations are trying to “save” it from the unknown threat. The latest effort is an AMD logo program to identify that a certain PC is capable of “decent” gaming performance in major titles.

It’s actually ridiculous to try and think that way. Simply because the PC hardware market is a an everyday changing market. Current top of the line PCs will be mainstreams in a year or two. And so is the case with PC games.

So, an AMD Game! certified PC today will certainly be outdated next year, and will surely be incapable of running next year’s games..

Anyway, Mark Hachman of ExtremeTech has a very interesting idea on how to solve this. And I like it very much. You can find the original article here: Another Sorry Effort to Save PC Gaming?




2 responses

31 08 2008

Sorry but I went into this site by coincidence and couldnt help it. Do you consider writing one paragraph having your opinion inside as an article???????? this is not very professional.

31 08 2008
Kinan Debes

Glad to hear your opinion Sarah,

I totally agree with you, but there’s a catch here. The “Articles” category is not what you think it is in my blog. I used the “Article” category for every post that points the reader to an article, whether it was my creation, or an online article that somehow represents my point of view about a particular subject, or contains some useful information about something.

You’re absolutely right to think the way you did, but I hope you get a better idea about it now. I’m still having a bit of trouble categorizing my posts while keeping the categories list as short as possible, so please bear with me as I try to grasp the blogging methodology. And I will certainly do my best to try and clear out those mistakes in future posts.

Thanks for dropping by, I appreciate your honesty.

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