I read that this Cowboy game has very few encounters with Native Americans. Probably after the outrage with the game "Gun" where it was charged with Native American genocide, Rockstar did not dare to enter into dubious territory.
Originally Posted by Nixuz
My opinion is that many PC gamers aren't happy unless they have something to show off to a community made up, largely, of strangers. Which is, to me, somewhat sad. Either be a hardcore enthusiast and run 3DMark and Cinebench all day, or be a GAMER. Trying to be both tends to just make people angry all the time.
Or have something to hide.....
I still use Windows XP for games and am considered an apostate....
Prior to upgrading a PC (I have not had a good gaming PC since the 90s) I thought "I have to get a quad core, a high end card, many fans, overclock etc, generally to spend a fortune.
But the fact is I spent much less than I intended on the system below (read a lot of reviews and opinions prior to that) and most games run fine.
I never run any benchmarks and I do not worry about fps even if I have to lower the resolution without filters.
PCs in comparison to 10 years ago have reached a state where, if done correctly, a lot of high quality graphic games can come out.
I mean if I go back to MS-DOS games, some of which had high requirements for the era, and watch those horrendous graphics but the very good gameplay and story, I'd rather play those games with today's graphics quality, feasible with a low-end PC, and the same gameplay.