Find fixes for XCOM: Enemy Unknown game problems such as errors, crashes, unable to zoom, no sound, and corrupt game files.
lol, PC gamers and their crashes.
I have to lol too, even being one... It's always something... XD
Because consoles NEVER have performance issues, right? Like, for example: The Elder Scrolls 5: Stutter...I mean Skyrim.
why i love console games lol, ill take a few less features and crappier graphics in favor of none of this crap. i dont want to spend 10-20min troubleshooting when i just get a game
I'm in the same boat as you, but this kind of stuff does happen in console games, albeit much more rarely. The downside is that it takes longer to get it fixed on consoles than it does on PC. If this stuff happened on the console version, I guarantee you there wouldn't be a fix on day 1.
very true, but again its far more rare. i havent had any game breaker bugs in a looooong while, even in bethesdas games lol ( had plenty of bugs in them though, just none that kept me from playing )
upside though, once the issues are fixed the pc gamers will likely enjoy a better game but im still pretty happy with what my 360 & ps3 have provided me for years
Love my gaming PC, but you certainly run into a lot more problems with performance issues for games.
That's because every PC is different, and every console is the same.
I usually but games a month or more after their launch dates. There are still games that I was still playing. Adding newer games means creating a huge backlog. Another reason is the price drop.
A positive side effect of buying games at a later date is that the initial game breaking glitches will be patched. So I seldom encounter problems like these. A negative side effect is that I will be so far behind in multiplayer but acceptable since I don't play mp very much (to avoid backlogs again).
Actually, XCom in particular, is ALSO crashing on consoles. In fact specially on xbox it seems to lock down and go out and trow the users into the dashboard.
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