So I read this article recently: http://www.kotaku.com.au/2015/09/the-story-behind-steams-framerate-police/ It brings up some points about 30 vs 60 fps and people who only want 60 because their hardware is good etc etc. From what I've seen a lot of the people complaining just don't seem to understand what frame rate is and what it actually means to what is going on. One guy even commented that he wanted 60 fps or higher because he didn't want input lag...just seriously WTF. I wish people would research things and then post a well informed argument but if we all did that then we'd likely have world peace by now. Put this up here to see what you guys think. Would you require/recommend 60 fps from all games as hardware can do that now or do you think 30 fps is still ok? To me 60 fps is required more when you're playing a first person shooter or similar game with tight controls and a lot of reflex moves, having that smoother movement from higher frame rate helps it look more visually appealing. Whereas if you're playing a digital board game, card game, turn based strategy etc 30 fps is fine.