ICC Board Member
- Jul 29, 2011
- Online Cricket Games Owned
- Don Bradman Cricket 14 - Steam PC
- Don Bradman Cricket 14 - PS4
Fair enough buddy and as I said if it's solely for playing DBC, PS4 would've been a better option. As for me, I had to have a computer so went for a PS4 and also a decent laptop rather than going for a gaming PC alone.I am not a fan of console buying. Plus being a developer the laptop i buy wont only be for gaming purposes. Its just that time when DBC17 is coming and I think I will now upgrade my PC.
EDIT - Not fan of console buying is because if I invest $350 for PS4 just for playing games I would rather inverst $350 more and earn money by developing something while playing
Moreover, I personally prefer consoles only because I don't have to worry about the system requirements and it's simplicity where I just have to insert the disc and play. Another factor would be comfort but of course a decent gaming PC can pull off much better graphics than these consoles. Graphics don't concern me much but frame rate does as most games are 30 fps on the consoles with a resolution of 1080p but I'd rather prefer 720p and 60fps honestly. Hope at least DBC 17 is 60 fps on the consoles but it seems unlikely seeing the graphics upgrade and assuming BA will be targeting 1080p 30 fps too. Let's see.