This post it's a call on the thought that EXE is "slightly" better at performance then HMTL5.
Diversity is a good thing. And I knew the EXE wouldn't come for at least a year, and that's fine. HTML5 has portability (everything else it's all a point of view) over EXE, but EXE has performance over HMTL5, and I do not think it's "slightly" at all though. See, I have a computer which is not powerful at all for today's standards, but still, amazingly enough it can run games like [prototype], RE5, Alice Madness. etc. without feeling like it's struggling or chocking. These games are HUGE in size and also heavy on graphics. The HTML5 games I have seen, aren't big at all, in fact they are quite small. Yet, I struggle to run them on ANY browser, it lags, freezes for a few seconds and it's choppy. To this day, I could not play a HMTL5 game that runs 100% smoothly. So, is HMTL5 a format that leaves the old computers without a choice? Why is my computer having so much trouble running HTML5 but not heavy 3D games as EXE? Would these same laggy/choppy HTML5 games also lag as an EXE? I can tell you right now and quite surely, they wouldn't.VampyricalCurse2011-12-15 06:27:02