Max settings game, low encoding quality video.
Rocket launchers, grenades, and grenade launchers are considered small arms.
I wouldn't be surprised if Battlefield 3 came to Steam.
I feel like Valve put their games on Origin to cut a deal with EA for EA to put their games on Steam.
Actually, 1280x720 is nearly double the number of pixels as 960x544.
Well, they did streamline some things compared to the first Deus Ex, but they didn't do it as drastically as Bioware did with Mass Effect 2.
It's Eidos Montreal.
No way the PC version is that low.
The PC version hit a concurrent peak of 60k players playing it. That would mean that 75% of people who bought the game were playing it at the same exact time.
The developer is awesome (Zeno Clash is one of my favorite games) and the artists do amazing work, but I dunno about this game... I know it's only $9, but I'm gonna wait until there's a demo on Steam.
That was 4 words.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution has both MLAA and FXAA as anti-aliasing options.
FXAA looks better than MLAA and the picture is still sharp. However, there are still noticeable jaggies. I don't think it does as good a job as MSAA, at least this particular implementation. I know that there are updated versions of FXAA that work better.
Actually, ASUS and Samsung are doing very well in the tablet market because of their competitive pricing. Also, they make excellent tablets.
Diablo (PS1), Warcraft II: The Dark Saga (PS1), StarCraft 64 (N64)...
They weren't bad by any means, but they were definitely lacking compared to the PC versions.
Nice to see that Rockstar is using UNLIMITED DETAIL TECHNOLOGY. ATOMS ATOM MORE ATOMS
The Battlefield games have historically been nearly entirely multiplayer focused. They may have had short little scripted missions for when your Internet is down, but the series didn't have a story campaign until Bad Company 1.
If you want a big campaign, you're playing the wrong game.
Wow, loving that grass.
Well, almost everything. There were some really weird indestructible areas and eventually you'll hit the limit and things will stop breaking.
Minecraft can still reach a new market on Steam, though maybe not as large as Steam users are already PC gamers. When you exit out of a game on Steam, you sometimes get a pop-up showing you the latest new releases on Steam. This is a very effective marketing tool that helps games gain exposure.
I'm pretty sure the main reason by and large Notch is doing Minecraft for 360 is for the money.
Notch is dumb.
Yeah, the reason why they're so prevalent is because they're reliable and cheaply made.