Yeah, you get the reverse argument also. People that pay a large amount of money for their system usually arent going to settle for graphics that are outdated by a decade. On the other hand people that play wargames typically DONT have high end equipment,..... they dont need it to play the vast majority of war games. The fact is you need to support a variety of resolutions.
If a choice has to be made, when dealing with war games it obvious, you MUST cater to the lower specs that most war gamers are using. Otherwise you make your product unusable by a large portion of your customer base. The better choice would be to make it work for every resolution that is common.....800X600, 1024X768, 1280X800, 1440X900. That way you maximize the potential for sales. Whatever the reasons, the consumer typically doesnt care beyond the question 'does it work on my system?'
Oh BTW, I have a high end system, and run 1440X900. I have no problem running the game. I just understand the frustration a lot of people are having with this issue.
< Message edited by Scott_WAR -- 1/19/2009 5:19:12 PM >