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Which of these statements regarding the PC platform is true?

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  1. anonymous
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    PC game titles are more expensive than their console counterparts. The PC platform is proprietary. Requirements vary depending on the game title. PC monitors have a lower resolution than television screens.

  2. anonymous
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    I would assume that pc and console games are released at the same price, but you could do a quick search on a few games to see if that is true. The PC platform is proprietary, which roughly means that some company has the rights to it. You only get to use it if you agree to their licenses. Different games have different needs. For example, some games have super good graphics, others are basic 2D graphics (so the game with better graphics would require a better graphics card, CPU, and RAM). PC monitors have high resolution (high detail) because you sit so close. You could see the individual pixels if you sat close to a PC monitor. Meanwhile, TVs (typically) can have low resolution because you sit so far away that you wouldn't realize the details in the picture as easily.

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