Doesn't matter what these games look like except for shallow comparisons unless there's some new tech that truly pushes technology (which consoles don't do). It's all about the speed.
30 frames per second is only for 'console' players. Most PC gamers would never consider any game 'hardcore' if it runs at 30 fps regardless of platform.
60 frames per second is accepted and playable, but its only at 80 that games are virtually indistinguishable from gaming past CRT days of unlimited frames, where smooth gameplay shines.
Which is why you should always shoot for the lower resolutions on your 60 FPS monitor that allow you 75hz, or get a new one that does 120 or 144. The only 'real' difference that gives you a huge advantage outside of pure skill is when you are pushing 80 fps+ and seeing it.