Extra power? I have 10 TFLOPs in my PC
Many exceptions to this.
You can't kill what is already dead.
As a diehard PC gamer, I laugh at its pitiful attempt.
This is easily one of my favorite games from my childhood. I hope all the racism, naked hentai girls, horny rabbits, and toilet humor are still there.
Unlike a majority of N4G, I was alive to see its original firestorm engulf the planet. The entire idea that playing video games made you a nerd or a loser changed overnight. Now if you didn't play you are a loser
Deus Ex has been one of those titles that have always aced it in every way, from The Conspiracy(Which I highly recommend you play if you haven't already) all the way to HR. They are not afraid to delve into controversy
I have a huge amount of fun in and around kareah (PvP/FPS) See how many other players you can kill before you need to restock ammo/get repairs, plus there are tons of missions already
I paid $250 for Star Citizen and Ive gotten my moneys worth and the game isn't even done. So your post is very troll-worthy
Actually, you have been able to play SC for a long time now, I paid $250 for the Connie and have had zero regrets, easily getting my moneys worth before the game is even done
SC is never going to the consoles. Its far beyond anything the consoles can handle
No they won't. Everyone understands the huge benefits of PC gaming
But you haven't brought me out to dinner yet
Even 980s obliterate it
Well, I guess for a medium range PC, the high end and enthusiast level PCs are far beyond 10+TFLOPs now
Its a console. It uses proprietary hardware and can't be upgraded. Its highly underpowered, overpriced and relies on lies and hostage games called "exclusives" to sell. Its not a PC.
As for prices, you don't need to break the bank to play 4K @144fps on PC
No it won't. It doesn't even have the power of one of my GTX980s, let alone SLI.
For the same price as a console, you could get a GTX 1080 and throw it into your PC
@thunderbird86 http://i.imgur.com/bn2fuqC.... 3 for $600.
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