From Playfuls.com: "We've had a lot of boxart-related news recently and we'll have even more in a short while (stay tuned for some Fallout 3 and Fable 2). But this one's special: it's for the very first time that the Far Cry 2 boxart is exposed."
sometimes less is more!! sweet is all i can say
This game Smokes Crysis! Can someone please direct me to the recommended specs if you know because i cant find any!
No system requirements have yet been released, but I expect them to be high. I'd guess the absolute minimum would be a 7600GT and recommended would be >8600GTS/7900GT
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I don't get it ... I love it if this game come to Consols tooo.. Can't a consol like PS3 or Xbox360 handle this game?..
Im sure consoles can handle it to a certain extent Im almost sure they cant handle them in their full glory.
maybe ps3, xbox360 possibly but less likely. it's a funny thing considering this game is developed for the oc from the ground up it would be easier to port it over to the xbox360 and make a bit more money off of it. but the ps3 hardware would be far better suited for such a thing. i see a lot of pc developers porting their games over to xbox for the money there is to be made. sony needs to do something to combat this. i honestly feel that is the single big thing that is helping the xbox 360 is all the pc ports it's getting
the biggest problem with consoles is that they lack the amount of RAM necessary for procedural operations. This is why Crysis cannot be ported on PS360: those open world environments require at least 1GB of RAM from any PC and even then the game lags and frame-rates drop below a decent threshhold. I doubt it that DUNIA (the game engine that powers FC2) is easy to port on consoles, considering that it's even more advanced than Crytek's CryENGINE2
It's stylish but a bit too simple and empty IMO.
Looks more like the box art for Postal.
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