I really dig Hayssam's work, but I'm going to get this day one when it hits consoles. I'll just get it again when it hits PC several months later.
Pahahahah, he's tickling Azmodan's sack with his chin hairs as I type this. I hear the loot drop for finishing that quest is bittersweet.
DirectTV is the problem, if there's any problem at all. I have had ZERO issues through my cable provider.
Gersberms! Mah favrit berks!
It's important to have realistic expectations of this games visuals. It's not going to look like a AAA title. The budget just isn't there. This is all about gameplay and story. Classic RPG style. Relax, it's going to be good.
In 13 months I've gotten almost 4000 points.
AMD fan(atic)s tend to be a bit delusional. The TRUTH is that even an Intel i3 2100 is a better overall gaming CPU than AMDs top chip. The tiny bit of money I'd save going with AMD isn't worth being saddled with a CPU that will bottleneck my GPUs.
"It’s rather astounding to see a game that looks so unlike its predecessors, despite being developed by the same people." Nope. Remedy is not the developer of Max Payne 3. I also can't help but suspect that even if it was Remedy developing, & they stuck with the same formula, people would instead be complaining about a lack of innovation & multiplayer.
Nothing against the author, but yuck. If you're building a gaming PC right now you don't want to go with these specs. We're a year or so off from a new console gen, so even console ports are likely to get more demanding. Either sink an extra $200 into a rig, or wait until next year.
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Tarsem Singh, maybe? Immortals wasn't terrible, & The Fall was really good.
This guy isn't just "white", anyway. He's half Hawaiian, & part Irish, German, & Native American. He looks enough like Kratos to play the part, in my opinion. I think Peter Mensa is a better actor, but a guy like that isn't going to be cast as the lead in a potential blockbuster.
You're correct, it's Vigil.
This doesn't imply anything sinister. Sometimes you simply don't have the time or budget to do everything you'd like to do.
I remember it being released, but I never played it. Not really into multiplayer games, specifically multiplayer shooters. I was definitely bummed that the license wasn't being used for sweet action RPGs in the vein of Deus Ex or Mass Effect. Hopefully this revives the franchise for a long time.
This is the one I'm most anticipating, followed closely by Wasteland 2. Also donated to The Banner Saga. Shadowrun SNES is one of my all time favorites. I played through it again just a few days before this was announced, so I was particularly elated.
Well, weren't the main factors in the GTX 590's limitations heat & power requirements? I'm assuming that since the GK104 uses considerably less power than GF110 & as a result produces less heat, then the 2 8 pins will go a lot further on a GTX 690 than they did on a GTX 590. GTX 590s dual GPUs were downclocked significantly to work within the power constraints. FYI: I didn't disagree with you.
The gap in performance between this & true GTX 680 SLI may be less pronounced than the gap between a GTX 590 & GTX 580 SLI, because of reduced power requirements. I'm happy with my GTX 680 SLI setup, but price/performance on these 690s may end up being surprisingly good.
*would indicate otherwise.
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