There's a pretty fine line between dated graphics and forcing people to buy a pricey rig. They key is providing settings that are flexible. I love love love resolution scaling for games that want tons of horsepower. Rather than tweaking 50 settings, I can just focus on one. It doesn't sound like much, but sometimes the naming conventions for your settings matter. Instead of low/medium/high, toss in "ultra," "extra," "very," etc. instead. PC gamers with good rigs often feel insulted having to use medium. Yet going from ultra to "high" isn't so bad even if it's the same thing on the back end.