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50. Re: Bethesda S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 Rumor Jul 31, 2012, 21:01 theyarecomingforyou
Raptor wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 18:50:
I also did a random picture search and found this image from Skyrim:
Compare to Pripyat:
I'm sure you'd pick Stalker as the better and far more interesting looking setting from these.
The comparison I showed was of both games on maximum settings, at the same resolution and taken to be representative of the graphics in-game. Your screenshots were deliberately low resolution and still did a poor job of making Pripyat look good.

Raptor wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 18:50:
Re: Theyarecomingforyou

Wow - comparing Call of Pripyat (2009 btw) to Skyrim (2011)
Hence why I said it didn't have good graphics for the time but I accept it wasn't a good comparison and my intention wasn't to mislead, so here are a couple of images from Far Cry 2 (2008):

Screenshot 1
Screenshot 2

STALKER just doesn't come close to that, let alone perform as well.

jimnms wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 18:24:
Only Clear Sky used/uses TAGES, and I wouldn't say that is worse than Ubisoft's DRM. At least with TAGES, after activation you can play your game whenever you want even if your internet connection goes down, and you don't get booted from the game if there's a disruption in connection or their noPlay servers go down.
The difference is that I haven't had any problem with Ubisoft's DRM, whereas I was locked out of Clear Sky and had to email support in order to activate the game.

Raptor wrote on Jul 31, 2012, 18:50:
The gameplay was solid and challenging and except for Skyrim I didn't have bugs in Pripyat (maybe I was lucky), whereas Skyrim was a huge mess for me.
Sorry, I know that Skyrim was all critically acclaimed and all that and I quite enjoyed it for the beginning part and till there were some challenges, but design wise it's inferiour to anything with a vision.
Skyrim was a "huge mess" and have "a vision"? Ermmm... okay? Haha? Anxious But that is in stark contrast to most people's experience.
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