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at this point, I believe that 6GB of GDDR5 (or even 4) with higher frequency clocks would be way better. Because this all sounds like the blu-ray hype we've been getting for PS3 (you know, when even devs claimed that blu-ray would boost the visuals due to its bigger size, that it was too much, etc.) #6.1
282d ago by john2 | View comment
Article has been updated. Hmmmmmmm, seems that the PC build of UE4 will support PhysX 3.0 (with certainty). Curious as to why there is silence regarding the console front (could be cause of the fact that they're using AMD's GPUs?) #2
284d ago by john2 | View comment
Indeed. Good to see more games supporting PhysX 3.0 (instead of its older versions) #1.1
284d ago by john2 | View comment
Let's look at some real-time footage of Deep Down's flame effects -> http://www.youtube.com/watc...

You can easily notice that although there are more particles than Nvidia's offer, the flame is not as 'dynamic' as it was presented in Panta Rhei's tech demo. Not only that, but Nvidia's flame will be able to interact with water (something... #1.1
284d ago by john2 | View comment
Yeap. Video could not be embedded. Correct video is in the article. #1.1
288d ago by john2 | View comment
Seems that Activision was jealous of that "50GB" comment for Killzone: Shadow Fall :P #2.1
294d ago by john2 | View comment
It will run it. This is the classic Doom, so it won't stress your PC at all #1.1
298d ago by john2 | View comment
interesting that both Watch Dogs and AC4 will require 64-bit OSs #1.1
299d ago by john2 | View comment
"Around the time of the PS2 is when 3D really started coming to the PC"

3DFX says hi. Delivering 3D accelerated graphics since the days of Playstation 1 :P #113
306d ago by john2 | View comment
Less blood (and no gibs) seems the most possible scenario #3.1
306d ago by john2 | View comment
Doubt it will be a new Gothic. Risen was the spiritual successor to the Gothic series (as Piranha Bytes has not acquired the game's rights) #1.1
306d ago by john2 | View comment
indeed it does #1.1
309d ago by john2 | View comment
more engines = good thing. I don't really want to re-live the UE3 days where almost every game had the same brown-ish look (yeah, there were games that looked amazing like Mirror's Edge, but it was quite easy to spot the game using Epic's engine from the get-go). #1.1
311d ago by john2 | View comment
an omnidirectional treadmill will be ideal for such situations ;) #1.1
320d ago by john2 | View comment
No GPU Fur effects obviously. This new Fur is running via GPU PhysX (and I seriously doubt that developers will offer a CPU PhysX path for such features). #5.1
323d ago by john2 | View comment
no specs given. All they said was: "These demos are not optimized at all, so I wont be surprised if users get below 60fps if all models are viewed at once. You really need a next-gen PC to run this demo." #2
325d ago by john2 | View comment
There is also a download link for those interesting in actually running the demo (which is said to be really demanding) than watching the videos #1
325d ago by john2 | View comment
@mattdillahunty. This should answer your question -> http://www.dsogaming.com/ed... #1.1.5
332d ago by john2 | View comment
Do note though that the numbers for The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk are for 1st half of 2013 and not total. The total amount will obviously be higher #3.1
334d ago by john2 | View comment
USD. Do note though that the numbers for The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk are for H1 2013 and not total #4.1
334d ago by john2 | View comment
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