As some of you hardcore gamers or aspiring hardcore gamers may know, there is a vast dimension which surpasses that of 1080p. Yes gamers, it's the world of 4k, a whopping 4,096 Ã- 2,304 which far ecceeds us puny HDMI gamers. Right now 4k tv's are being sold at somewhere around 10,000 bucks online. With the right graphics card(GTX 690, anyone?), and the best processor out there, you'd have a combination of the ages. However, as we're juping into this new, exciting form of gaming, there's also the concern of where the gaming industry is headed. Now I believe there is nothing whatsoever wrong with the gaming industry as of now, but if we want a monster combo with the new 8k tv's, we need to rethink our strategy. Instead of worrying about the 2D graphics, backgrounds, and how many characters you can fit, worry more about trying to improve the gamer's individual experience in movement, animation, fighting, flying etc. I think our graphics is ok, but gaming has SOOO much more potential. I think when the 8k tv's come out in 2020, we need a new, improved, better, faster, stronger, more epic, heart touching, intense gameplay, screw the CGI, and have more money to worry about the player's individual and multiplayer experience. It's odd to me that these people are too worried about money(probably) to make revolutionary changes like I've mentioned to the gaming industry.