I'm not sure what "many games" have to do with hardware specs, and I'm already familiar with the fact you brought up. So... I think you'll have to clarify your case further, if indeed, you're trying to explain AC's case.
From the-not-actually-true-also-we're-discussing-approximations-file: I'd be happy to care and update my opinions if you could objectively outline your case with numbers.
Presumably, they'll scale the one they have and replace it when the new one is available.
Like mipmaps in games.
I mean, I understand the idea of rewarding people for inventing useful things, but is it really worth all the nonsense actual inventors have to suffer these days?
Okay, I'll tell you that.
Because this treaty covers reprisals against nations.
Priceless. That's a great word to use in a "you don't know what you're talking about" speech.
I don't get you guys. You have no clue exactly how mindlessly you're parroting things that you read on a blog somewhere, and me pointing it out is going to result in another angry tu quoque. I can't even imagine what series of thoughts that you might have had that lead you to go "I got you now!" with geophysics. But they aren't anywhere near sane.
Here's what people who actually study geophysics focus on in case you still don't grok why you reached peak stupidity.
You must get pretty tired of hard cuts.
And while it conflicts with ideals I consider higher, proportionality and due process, I can't not be amused at the irony of attempting to corner a market resulting your outright exclusion from it.
The problem, of course, is that power users lose from these things. But people who aren't very good with computers(but not completely awful) win.
You can see the difference in that software targeted at developers doesn't share these hallmarks as much. Menus remain loaded with options. Icons remain small and metaphorical, as opposed to large and explicit or artsy. "Advanced" options are available for almost every page of settings(oh and there are pages of settings).
The cause? That they actually study human-computer interaction these days, and study what helps normal people figure things out. A-B testing on UIs is done by major providers, and smaller providers hop on board with that.
Not every change benefits all users, but most are actually very carefully aimed at a majority of users.
Forget the political pressure.
What about when you look at your site, and that voice in the back of your head goes "Look upon what you have wrong, and despair mortal"?
Because speculation doesn't require me to have a detailed and complex understanding of the particulars of CPU/GPU limitations. As a developer I've only ever run up against the "I'm rendering way too many polygons" problem.
Which is the kinda thing cleaned up through optimization.
Because moot has to field all the FBI visits.
The differences in the models will also help shape which act as the best predictors of future climate behavior."
Code and good code are different. You know that. It certainly would depress the marketplace to a measurable degree, but only in that it shifts the bell curve of coder competency vs number of coders a bit taller.