I'd call that "free ports" than backwards compatibility. Xbox One didn't have an iota of backwards compatibility when it was released, it was Microsoft's deliberate efforts behind the scenes to recoup the market share it had.
And, I personally wouldn't classify 25% compatible titles as...
First I have heard of it.
You might have meant "New" 3DS, not 3DS XL in particular.
The Original 3DS, 2DS and 3DS XL is made from the same original hardware under the hood, then a second set of consoles called New 3DS, New 3DS XL and New 2DS XL, which had hardware improvements, perhaps you...
Consoles seems to start realising that if you offer backwards compatibility, you will not be able to sell you the game an n-th time.
Even with Nintendo I don't have my hopes up at all.
PS. I consider Xbox one's "backwards compatibility" closer to "free ports" than actual BC, since a stock...
The way I chose my replacement monitor for my dead PG278Q was this:
Choose the screen size and resolution first, that narrows down the search dramatically.
If there is a choice, then determine panel type, then if it is curved or not. I chose 32" 1440p 144hz, so my panel type is fixed (VA), and...
Hang on, doesn't the guy that respec your skill also let you respec constellations with aether shards? Or was that removed?
Also, any idea on a good beginner Death Knight build? Most builds I read on forums seem to be end game builds.
No, I haven't ditched steam at all even when I have GoG/Origin installed on my computer.
Even if Epic starts selling games on it that isn't sold on Steam, that is still no reason to "ditch" Steam, considering that the majority of my library is still there.
Well, after some really long thinking, I ended up not waiting for the drivers and got the 32GK850G.
Kinda disappointed at how little difference the increased contrast made, but otherwise I am not too disappointed at the monitor, the colours came closer to my BL3201PT after calibration than my...
Forgive me if I am wrong, but wasn't the reason behind being able to enable G-Sync on laptop displays primarily because eDP already had VRR tech built into them as a power saving measure, so G-Sync was piggy backed on that tech, but no such thing existed for desktop computers (power saving...
pcmonitor review does not mention any frame skipping with nVidia GPU.
I know they used nVidia GPU since they made a perculiar observation with regards to gtg transition when they hooked it up to nVidia GPU.
I know this is a very long shot, but has anyone here ever tried comparing F and G models while connected to an nVidia GPU and could share what monitor you'd prefer?
Currently, the 2 models are costing less than $30 apart, and I own a GTX 1080, wondering if going for wide gamut/Blur reduction is...