Monday, 14 April 2014 06:26
According to a panel of industry professionals over at PAX East, PC Gaming is not dying and in fact it is still the dominant gaming platform when it comes to serious gaming. This panel talked about quite a few things related to gaming in general, but the conversation kept coming back to the fact that PC Gaming has always had a huge market share and looks to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The fact is that PC hardware evolves much faster than console hardware and many people love the graphics quality that you can only get from a PC.
Roberts has been making PC games since the 1980s, and in developing his latest title, Star Citizen, he's exploring all platform options. One thing that he says he's been dissatisfied with is anything involving remote video streaming—he says that latency is still an issue that hasn't been overcome, and he can't see it ever working well enough to be truly playable—not for a long time, anyway.