Yeah I was disappointed with ghosts on the PC l, but I've took a chance on advanced warfare. Hopefully I won't be disappointed again
Optimal configuration: OS: Windows 8/8.1 (64-bit) Processor: Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.4 GHz or AMD FX-8150 @ 3.6 GHz Memory: 8GB Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX670 or AMD Radeon 7870 (2048MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or higher) DirectX/sound/peripherals: Same as above very reasonable considering its open world
If you really care about graphics and it's your number one priority then a PC is the only choice. The gap between PC and console is already huge and it's only going to get bigger. You buy a console for its ease of use and exclusives, not it's specs.
but a regrettably bad game, I was really looking forward to it.
Best horror game ever made in my opinion
"Cod was laughed at when it first came out" WAIT WHAT!!!the original COD was an epic world war 2 shooter and no one was laughing at it. Granted the game has gone down hill since Cod 4 but advanced warfare is looking promising
But I have no reason to swap from my 360 pads which in my opinion are brilliant and are better than the xbox ones pads, I hate the damn shoulder buttons.
Have they ran through on the easiest difficulty, or did they ramp up to veteran and play through the game properly. These titles are very misleading.
the series has been in serious decline in terms of quality since COD 4, sales have some how been kept high. But that won't last for ever, they need to get this right.
Alien isolation destroys evil within in every aspect, evil within feels half finished.
Wow looking at my first Gpu which was a 2gb 7850 I would be getting 24 fps, glad I invested in a GTX780
from what I have seen it looks incredible, I was even wondering if my PC would cope with it to be honest. With it being open world, you can't really compare it to alien isolation.
Ubisoft could have been to ambitious for the power of these consoles.
So he is a driving game specialist, the way he talks tells me different. I'll race him on iRacing any day and we will test your driving game specialist skills.
The problem is PC needs to change if we are ever going to see a dramatic increase in visuals, for one the amount of different components is staggering, How is a company meant to optimize a game for a system with 1000 possible graphics cards available. Memory is another issue, PC's may have a lot of it but its split into video and system which is a bottle neck which ever way you look at it. Shadow of mordor requires 6gb of video ram to run ultra textures, you need a titan to get that kind ...
I am aware of that, but even at 1080p which is the max gaming resolution for the next gen consoles your seeing aliasing issues because of a lack of precessing power. dropping the res may have freed up some much needed power from both consoles.
a narrow minded way of looking at a game, resolution and FPS are important. But what's the point of having 1080p 60 FPS if the texture and shadow resolutions are really low. Or you have a serious lack of AA, There is so much more to a games visuals than pixels and frames per second.
I was about to post the same thing, it all comes down to which of racer you prefer.
that Horizon one and two have turned out to be great games, if you consider the amount of talent in that DEV team. You have the Bizzare Creations ex staff, some of the original colin mcrea rally devs to name but a few. These guys could really steal the lime light from turn 10. But turn 10 should be congratulated on creating a brilliant but accessable physics engine.
3gb should be plenty
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