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Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Feels Good Man, Apr 6, 2010.
Everything you see, you can travel to. o__o
Sense of scale = godly. Yeah, since you can go practically anywhere, the amount of fun to be had is quite possibly endless. Also Mile High Club achievement.
looks fun. dl'd the demo a bit ago. will decide if I buy or not
Damn it, I knew consoles were getting long in the tooth (last year Risen demonstrated that very well) but that is crazy.
Time for a spell of upgrading I think.
44 square kilometers of map, enjoy.
I know. I recently showed my friends how big the map was and they were quite impressed.
ZOMH. Must play it. I'll try it at home
Remembered that the last one was also quite big, but this is just another step further!
I'll wait for a few reviews though, this scale of map makes me think about bugs and a boring world.
GTA IV wasn't that big at all, but there was something to do everywhere.
You can make a world very big, but you have to make sure there is something to do everywhere!
I can't wait until my card gets back from BFG RMA! It's already been like a week... (It's a 8800GTS G92 512MB.)
This. A giant map of nothing is incredibly boring now matter how big you make it.
not that big from other maps like oblivion's map is 41km, far cry 2 map is 50km though!
Most of Far Cry 2 is just walking around... Get's old really fast.
This is awesome
I agree with big maps being boring and while you do have a fast travel system the game is otherwise sorely in need of a ultra fast manual method (turn right at the mansion you start at you will hit an airstrip to get a fast plane a few locations over) once you get a bit of military attention added it works very well.
About the worst thing that can happen is you splash down in the ocean with no ships around and have to swim a bit.
Wow, if the environment is actually populated properly with trees and objects and such, and is pretty enough, I may just enjoy riding around in it.
Pretty fun to screw around in but, I enjoy it more when there are enemies and civies together because i just hop on a civ car, shoot crap, enemy bike pulls up, steal it with ALT, drive off into the majestic sunset with my hair blowing in the wind and with an erection.
So guys, how do you think it'll run on my 8800GTS (a.k.a. 9800GTX)?
Is anyone playing this game with an ATI card? After playing for some minutes (maybe 5), my computer simply turns off (others say that the game just crashes). This happened with the demo, but I lowered the settings and could play normally. Now, with the full game, I tried lowering the settings, tried 2 cracks from RELOADED and 1 crack and 1 DLC from SKIDROW, tried uninstalling Daemon Tools and SPTD driver, tried ATI 9.11 and 10.3 drivers, checked the temps, defraged the HD, ran CHKDSK... Nothing fix it.
Windows 7 64bit PT-BR
C2D E8400 3.0GHz
4GB DDR2 800
ATI HD 4850
All other games work normally.
whats your psu?
might be power problem with a lower end psu
It is a Corsair HX450W. (I'll update the previous post)
I built this computer.
After more testing, I found that it was actually overheat. This computer is only a little more than 1 year old, but the thermal paste was in a terrible state. It was dried and not making good contact. I cleaned everything and change the thermal paste, now, the temps are better than when it was new.