The third Open Discussion for October is here. If you don’t know, this series is all about discussing old, current, and new things happening around the world. You can post up anything about video games, movies, politics, and TV shows and will face no penalty or censorship when doing so. This series of discussions changes every week, but mainly focuses on video games.
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With all of that said, this Open Discussion is about frames per second and your overall thoughts on FPS on console games, movies, animations and so on.
Firstly, if you watch things or play games at high frames per second, do you get nauseated when going back to low FPS? Also, what is your preferred range/number of frames? Or does something like high or low frames per second not matter to you so long as the source of entertainment is fun?
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This week’s music comes from the brother of the T-1000 and the lead singer from the band Filter. “Hey Man, Nice Shot” has been used on various video game trailers and the like: