Por que as portas de jogos para PC AINDA são ruins



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35 thoughts on “Por que as portas de jogos para PC AINDA são ruins

  1. Before I watch the video the answer is simple. The ports are typically not made by the same developer. Good night.

    I mean seriously though, this goes both ways heavily. The number of bad ports to console is pretty big too. Cyberpunk was a pretty good recent example. Rust was actually unplayable (and different) on the 360/ps3.

  2. Haha I feel silly; I thought this was going to show modern gaming using an antiquated PC game-port (for joysticks) and the downsides of jumping through hoops to do-so.

  3. What about emulators though? Could it be worthwhile for Sony to produce an emulator so that anyone wanting to play a PS game without a PS could just drop the disc in a PC and run it? My understanding is that most of the income comes from licensing, not from sales of the console itself. So letting people run an emulator instead of buying a console wouldn't exactly hurt their bottom line, people would still be buying the games.

    Emulators aren't always the best way to play games but some of these ports are really bad…

  4. We need Intel and Ryzen ARM chips with Windows ARM like Mac M1 with the built in ram and even some gpu power. That could help with the future of pc gaming dramatically as well as productivity. Just like Anthony mentioned in a previous video.

  5. Aside from Far Cry 6, the bad port examples used here are Sony titles, and it's always Sony ports that are terrible even though Xbox is mentioned multiple times on a hardware level. Not saying Xbox does great ports every time but most are fine right away. Sony games are, 9 times out of 10, awful ports at launch and barely improve down the line. It's Sony who keep dragging their feet and not wantimg to join everyone else in the 21st century, and as a result keep releasing terrible ports and still somehow charging £70 for re-re-released games like FFVII Remake.

  6. GTA5 used to run on ps3 which had 256mb ram it was way ahead of its time. But now even if you have a high end gaming hardware you are gonna face issue while playing games

  7. They compare Ryzen 5 3600 (non-X variant) and a goddamn i9-10900K.

    Of course, it’s gonna be slower with DirectX 11! But take a Ryzen 7 5800X – I’m sure it’ll be a chore.

  8. You can't turn shit into gold. If they made the game for PC and ported down, then it will work well and still look great but when you do it the other way around… once again shit can't be turned into gold.

  9. I like your videos. Wall Streeters and banksters are trying to obfuscate: they are trying to do with finance what some scientists do "blinding you with science" by using complex terms and very confusing explanations.

    For example, what is being missed is that the "Federal" Reserve is privately owned by the ultrarich owners of its district banks AND not BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. "Coincidentally," the "Fed" gives billions of dollars of ultra low interest loans at 2.5% per year to those very ultrarich people's banks (which is below the real inflation rate), and their banks then lend that exact money at 25% a year or more to waitresses, cab drivers, autoworkers, and teachers, etc., who actually pay taxes and actually contribute to society. It is amazingly profitable — FOR THE ULTRARICH.

    Lawyers do the same, and so we have a legal system in which the best liar wins, the wealthy play games and pay lawyers to make evidence/witnesses unavailable or disappear, and bribery (sometimes by contributions to elect a judge that they then own) enables the ultrarich to avoid liability. Through settlements, they can also force witnesses to keep quiet by requiring them to sign non-disclosure agreements ("NDA"), so I would sure like to hear what the 13 year old girl who sued the orange blubber ball claiming that he sexually abused her when she was a 13 year old would say in detail, but the NDA that I bet he had her sign will make her unavailable as a witness forever.

    For example, if the Sacklers did not have that incredibly GENEROUS, bankruptcy judge (who must be on their Christmas gift list for life, along with that judge's children, grand children, and great-grandchildren being rewarded by the Sackler's $10 billion family fortune for decades) approve their "bankruptcy settlement" to limit their personal liability what would happen? (That bankruptcy judge should be investigated and have all of his calls wiretapped for life by the FBI, in my humble opinion. I suspect through his approval of this settlement, that bankruptcy judge and his family, down to his last descendants, effectively won the lottery, each year for the rest of their lives.)

    Thousands have died due to opioids reportedly produced by and pushed by their company. But for that WONDERFUL, GENEROUS settlement that this bankruptcy judge approved AGAIN, there would be many, many lawsuits against them and their company.

    Once the Sacklers lost one case (for example, the 101st case), got a judgment against them, and it became a final judgment, then in all the next 899+ lawsuits the jury would be told that the Sacklers already had been found liable for misconduct due, e.g., to negligence, and as a result all that the next 899+ juries would only determine the amount of damages for causing the deaths of thousands of Americans. The liability on each case would have been GIGANTIC, particularly if they had been found to have acted intentionally and without any concern for the welfare of their customers, so punitive damages could be awarded: each jury could then award billions of dollars in punitive damages in EACH case, because the intent of such damages is to deter and their $10 billion fortune means that it would take billions in punitive damages to deter and punish them enough.

    Thus, that GENEROUS bankruptcy judge saved the Sackler family from the risk of losing every cent they have, except for exempt property, like ordinary Americans lose everything regularly. The state AGs that backed this GENEROUS settlement to help the Sacklers, so they can keep BILLIONS will no doubt also have golden futures and have effectively each won the lottery. They will each doubtless get Sackler support, because the Sacklers will be deeply grateful, for decades and will become governors or US senators.

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