I started thinking the other day that most games I've played recently I got on Steam and they were anywhere from four years old to current. I built my current PC in 2014, but I can play anything (so far). It doesn't really matter to me if I'll have to play Cyberpunk 2077 at medium levels. I don't see a whole lot of difference any more. It seems like in the late 90s (I'm 43) every 6 months to a year you would see some huge game improvement with the visuals. It just seems like in the last 10 years or so there's not much difference. A game running on medium, to me, doesn't look like a bad game compared to the early 3D stuff we had in the late 90s. I just saw a comment on a story on here where they said Mass Effect (2007), which I just played a few months back, was "basically unplayable" because of the graphics. I've heard similar comments on Skyrim where a person said it wasn't even playable now without a graphics mod. I've never used any graphic overhaul mods because, though I do see the age, it still looks pretty good. So I started wondering if these opinions are due to the age of the gamers and whether younger gamers are more concerned with this stuff than older gamers who made due with, at the time revolutionary, but now rudimentary graphics?