My personal impressions and thoughts on the demo of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games' epic fantasy RPG Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning as played on the Xbox 360.
"Just fooled around with the demo on the PC. Yes – the game looks hundreds of times better here than on the consoles. For whatever that’s worth." Did I sense a hint of sarcasm there?
Well he is just stating the obvious!Go and play by your self and see it like I also did!Another game that goes for saying that is time to move on to the next generation of consoles.And even then im pretty sure that the general console evolution will not reach the the evolution PC already haves today.Frankly if people that only play on consoles are expecting that the next generation of xbox and playstation 4 will bring then graphics development like does seen in the Samaritan demo from Epic they better start thinking of getting a PC because does kind of graphics will only be display on PC hardware.
No sarcasm there pandehz. The demo looked infinitely better on the PC than what I played on the Xbox 360. The graphics were much sharper and the textures themselves appeared to be of a higher resolution than the console variant.
Yea played on the pc version too and it looks and plays great. Just seemed like the author was being sarcastic bout the pc version as if pc gamers are gonna start boasting bout it or something. Its understood the PC version will look better but to put it like that seemed like the author was flame baiting. Or maybe I'm overthinking it. Regardless the demo was a lot of fun.
i thought it was pretty buggy but a decent game (on the PC demo).
i played the ps3 demo and was rather impressed with the game as a whole. While the graphics clearly were a throw back to WoW it was a breath of fresh air after spending 300+hrs in skyrim. I did really experience all the bugs i had heard about. no feezing or complete game breaking flaws, i did experience some pixel stretching but nothing that stopped the flow of the game. maybe i just got lucky.. but its definitely on my list of purchases now.
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