Submitted by john2 979d ago | screenshot

DmC Devil May Cry - SweetFX vs Vanilla Comparison

DSOGaming writes: "We’ve got to admit that SweetFX is a really… sweet tool that most of you probably already use. If not, you should. This tool lets you tweak a game to your liking, and below you can find a comparison between our SweetFX settings and the vanilla version of Capcom’s action title." (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

4logpc  +   980d ago
That game looks really good on pc.
xseven  +   980d ago
Agreed... I may have to give SweetFX a try. Thanks for the call out.
meetajhu  +   979d ago
The way its meant to be played :)
N0S3LFESTEEM  +   979d ago
No noticeable difference... obviously hit whores.
N0S3LFESTEEM  +   979d ago
Sorry FXAA looks like it was enabled -_-
john2  +   979d ago
Open them in full-screen (right click, open in new tab). The differences can be easily spotted
N0S3LFESTEEM  +   979d ago
still nothing worthwhile

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