It used to be that if you possessed the minimum technical requirements for a PC game, you could play the game without crashing, though not always at the highest resolution or graphical settings. In order to play a game like it was truly meant to be played, you needed the Recommended Settings.
In this week's Sessler's Soapbox, Adam is fuming over the recent signs that even having a machine with the Recommended Specs and beyond isn't good enough to allow you to play the game with full lighting effects and graphical power.
What do you think? Should the Recommended Settings only convey the conditions where the game will be stable or should they be the conditions for optimal gameplay? Check out the video and let us know what you think.
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