It might be not every game can be played on 4K, but for gaming enthusiasts everywhere out there, there is a game no one wants to play. The next step is to create an application/service that will allow the user to play their favorite games on a 4K display, with an overlay of realistic graphics. It basically allows a person to experience the feeling of playing a game on the TV with a real monitor.
The problem is not that every single game can be played on a 4K display, the problem is that a huge portion of the audience do not want to do this. I don’t know how many people have tried this, tried to play the game on TV, and then found the game looks so great that they just wanted to play it, which is what the app is about.
If you can get that you are a gamer, I think you can get any game running on that size of screen, there is no better way than getting the game ready to run on a 4K display. But you need to ask yourself if you are already using the right tools and apps. If you are using a 3DS emulator, then that is great. But you have to figure out if you are using the right graphics card.
I have been saying for years, ‘if you dont have a good graphics card then you are probably better off staying with a good old-fashioned TV.’ But a lot of those people don’t work from home and don’t have much internet access, so they have no choice but to buy a 4K TV and plug that into their computer and have the game on the screen.
Why 3D gaming sucks so much Old blog: I think the original reason why 3D games have not caught on was because of the huge processing power they would require, but if you need to put a lot of graphics into a 3D game then you really are hurting your chances. Graphics can be put in 3D games all by yourself using just your two eyes.