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19. Re: Out of the Blue Jan 20, 2013, 14:15 Rigs
 
nin wrote on Jan 20, 2013, 13:19:
Burrito of Peace wrote on Jan 20, 2013, 13:14:
The Half Elf wrote on Jan 20, 2013, 11:59:
As I have said before (if ya have the rig for it) got start up GTA4 and put the graphics to max. Now please tell me 1 other game out there that has that much detail and space going on in it's game?

Skyrim...and it looks much better.

Where towns/dungeons are a completely separate map. Great choice.



To play 'Devil's Advocate' here, I would say that Just Cause 2 has quite a bit going on and very nice detail, at times. At others it is quite devoid of life, especially after clearing out a 'stronghold' or whatever. Saints Row 3 maybe? I haven't played it enough to be sure. Dead Rising 2 had a lot going on at once sometimes, but it's not as 'open-ended'. Driver: San Fran was much better looking and had better driving mechanics but, of course, you couldn't get out of the car. Far Cry 3 is much better looking but more limited in scope. Another GTA-wannabe, Mercenaries 2, was pretty detailed and had some innovations shared with Just Cause 2, but was buggy as all hell, especially graphics and physics-wise. Still, I enjoyed it immensely until hitting a critical bug that prevented me from progressing any further, at which point I just stopped playing altogether... *shrugs*


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