bhcompy wrote on Jun 12, 2014, 10:45:And all those paintings in museums are just pictures on the wall I suppose. Point: taking art and calling it your own is bad.
It's a skin on a gun.. what the hell is there for copyright?
Prez wrote on Jun 5, 2014, 12:40:It is the same in spirit, but it is both vastly superior and slightly inferior to DR2/OTR. The controls are greatly improved over DR2's clunky movement and there's so many more opportunities to murder zombies. On the downside, the story and new lead character are both boring. Nick is lame compared to Frank/Chuck.
I never paid any attention to DR3 because it was a console exclusive. Was it the same as DR2?
Axis wrote on May 29, 2014, 09:21:Quoted for truth! I hate these marketing lies about FPS. They should just say the truth: we wanted to make the game look good and the consoles can't do 60 FPS unless you strip your game bare.
So we still see, unfortunately, the gamut of ignorance when it comes to frame rates and perception in video games...
Creston wrote on May 13, 2014, 13:10:What games did you play? I should have said I meant try it for fast-paced games, since obviously it makes no difference for general Windows usage. But for games like Call of Duty (90 FPS cap sadly) or Devil May Cry or other very fast action games (that allow 60+ framerate), the difference is incredible assuming you play at a competitive level.
I did try one [120Hz], and honestly, while it is very nice, I didn't feel it was worth the substantial difference in price.
DrSquick wrote on May 13, 2014, 12:36:Real 120Hz or 144Hz monitors don't have any of that so-called soap opera effect. That effect occurs when using fake interpolation and major overdrive on cheap LCD screens.
Does it look good, or is it similar to the "soap opera" effect that you get on the 120hz TVs that do frame interpolation; where it looks "off" or unnatural. Do you know the effect I am referring to? My screen is only 60hz, so I can't tell if this video accurately represents it, but here is an example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_dE6HPIAJM
Mashiki Amiketo wrote on May 2, 2014, 18:21:
No shit? Lost vikings, I haven't played that since I think the SNES. I always wished they'd made another game based on that.
Rattlehead wrote on Apr 24, 2014, 20:38:Because grown-ups dutifully accept false advertising? No, fighting for consumer rights is the right thing to do...if that is childish, then I Don't Wanna Grow Up. Anytime is a good time to enjoy Tom Waits' genius.Brumbek wrote on Apr 24, 2014, 20:36:
We will NOT FORGOT your lies, BANDAI/FROM.
Rattlehead wrote on Apr 4, 2014, 12:57:Well said! Misleading pre-rendered videos should die.
In this trailer they forgot to include the clunky combat, stiff outdated animations, the generic looking character models, and the bland art design.
Seventyfive wrote on Mar 26, 2014, 12:26:Totally agree on both points. Titanfall is the best, but I personally don't play it because I'm so tired of arbitrary matchmaking. I don't understand why they don't implement a Starcraft II style ranking system and match players based on K/D, hours played, and win ratio and such.
Still the best FPS shooter on the market right now; however, we're getting to the point where it reminds me of LOL before they really nailed down the matchmaking system.
PropheT wrote on Jan 21, 2014, 15:23:Yeah, the attention to detail in Dragon's Dogma is mindblowing. Plus the balance and challenge is just perfect I think. I just hit level 185 and only now can I pretty much destroy anything Bitterblack throws at me. Very impressive how the game keeps giving you harder stuff but you learn more and get better gear.
Totally agree. It's easily my favorite game from the last few years, one of my favorites ever really.
PHJF wrote on Jan 21, 2014, 14:29:Well...for me I got Dark Arisen for free on PS+...as much as I'm a hardcore PC guy, I must say PS+ is a phenomenal deal. So yeah, I'll end up with 200 hours in Dark Arisen, so even you buying it at full price is a great deal.
My copy of Dark Arisen arrives here tomorrow. As much as I loved Dogma (I got it release week), Dark Arisen being standalone and $40 was a spit in the face to owners of the original.
Verno wrote on Jan 21, 2014, 12:29:
I still don't know how they produced Dragon's Dogma, the game doesn't repeatedly beg you for money or kick you in the nuts so it doesn't seem like it can really be a Capcom title.
Verno wrote on Jan 21, 2014, 12:12:
Hopefully they shipped the lighting engine this time.