So I don't know how to phrase my thoughts concerning this so bear with me here. This past generation, games have often looked better and played better on the PC when they were given the TLC required and not just quick ports (I'm looking at you Dark Souls). One thing I'm wondering however, will that continue to be a trend with the next gen? I get games will look better, maybe not right away but once new GPUs are released and consoles are stuck, as they always are, with the same hardware they launch with. But will the current GPUs handle the games? I wasn't as big into PC gaming at the start of this current generation so I have no idea if (what was a good gpu then, a X1950?) the high end GPUs could offer competing visuals and FPS as their console counterpart back then. So have no point of reference. I guess what I'm wondering is, do PC games play so well because games are developed by and large with the console and it's limited power in mind, so when a beefy PC gets the title it can run it no problem? And if that is the case, and developers aren't pushing the envelope visually and now they're given this new tech as far as consoles are concerned, will the GTX 770s of today be able to handle it? (I'm pretty sure a 790 or Titan can!) This may be a silly question but something I was curious about.