Consoles have no problem handling graphical jutsus. But the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm games are also PC games. Ones that require some decent hardware to run. The recommended settings haven’t been announced yet, but here’s the list for the minimum settings no jutsu for Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
Rainbow Six Siege looks like it might be a PC heavyweight to me. It’s clearly geared towards that audience, and it’s going to have a fight on its hands when it tries to sway them away from Counter-Strike and its lethal foot-stabs. Here’s what you’ll need to run it on that platform.
Thanks to some less than scrupulous people who got their hands on early copies of Fallout 4, the internet is flooded with new details, spoilers and Bethesda’s best lawyers. But I’m not going to spoil any story or character stuff here. No, instead, we’re going to talk about the only thing that matters when it comes to the PC version of Fallout 4: Graphics.
All that visual high fidelity in DICE's Star Wars Wars Battlefront is going to come at a price. Here’s the recommended specs, and an obligatory line about your PC being possibly too short to be a Stormtrooper machine: