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News Comments > Street Fighter V Patch This Week
2. Re: Street Fighter V Patch This Week Sep 18, 2016, 18:58 Mordecai Walfish
 
Mordhaus wrote on Sep 18, 2016, 16:18:
Pff, still no PC netcode fixes, PC crash fixes, PC controller lag fixes.

I've never had the game crash once, and they actually said that the PS4 version had more lag than the PC version, which they're fixing in this patch to bring parity to both versions (given you dont use the ini trick to disable v-sync, which makes the PC version superior in this regard)

Also, the netcode is the same on both versions, based on GGPO-type rollbacks. As far as I know there isnt any difference in the PC's implementation of this.
 
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News Comments > Steam Top 10
3. Re: Steam Top 10 Sep 18, 2016, 13:06 Mordecai Walfish
 
Glad Everspace made the list, even if only at #10!  
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News Comments > EVERSPACE Early Access
22. Re: EVERSPACE Early Access Sep 17, 2016, 13:34 Mordecai Walfish
 
Rigs wrote on Sep 17, 2016, 01:15:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Sep 16, 2016, 23:36:
The game is wicked fun so far.

Controller buttons are not re-mappable so I used Duranzo to remap the controls for a 360 controller (the turbo being bound to the left stick click button is especially bad, swapped that and the L1 button/reverse as it's less frequently used)

Destroying G&B Freighters and getting phat loot has been paying off pretty well for getting early upgrades. If there's only one fighter protecting it, or it's by itself, it's not too hard. When there's 2 or more, getting away can be a 50/50 crapshoot.

You go against the enemy cavalry cruisers yet? I haven't brought one down...not even close...


=-Rigs-=

Just took down my first Corvette cruiser today! (and got to sector 4 finally in the same run). Plasma mines are OP, and when you use them on the G&B Freighters, you don't get aggro from them for some reason, lol. I wasn't able to use them effectively on the Corvette however, that took a combination of shield boosts and raw damage through main weapons. I took out a couple of the shield drones surrounding it first, but it seems to throw them back out pretty quick when you retreat a bit to recharge shields. Stasis missiles are ridiculous BTW. Don't know if you've gotten those yet, but they helped considerably against the 'Chief" level enemy fighters, until they outnumbered me finally and ended my run.
 
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News Comments > EVERSPACE Early Access
20. Re: EVERSPACE Early Access Sep 16, 2016, 23:36 Mordecai Walfish
 
The game is wicked fun so far.

Controller buttons are not re-mappable so I used Duranzo to remap the controls for a 360 controller (the turbo being bound to the left stick click button is especially bad, swapped that and the L1 button/reverse as it's less frequently used)

Destroying G&B Freighters and getting phat loot has been paying off pretty well for getting early upgrades. If there's only one fighter protecting it, or it's by itself, it's not too hard. When there's 2 or more, getting away can be a 50/50 crapshoot.
 
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News Comments > Join The Crew for Free
20. Re: Join The Crew for Free Sep 16, 2016, 12:10 Mordecai Walfish
 
The performance in this game is atrocious. Random stutters all over the place and it won't use nearly as much of my cpu/gpu as it should. Has crappy port written all over it. From what I've read the stuttering issues got worse after they released the Wild Run DLC for it, and they never bothered to fix it.  
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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
25. Re: Evening Tech Bits Sep 15, 2016, 22:03 Mordecai Walfish
 
Redmask wrote on Sep 15, 2016, 07:27:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 23:40:
This is incorrect. Only Shadowplay allows you to use integral hardware in your GPU for recording that has a drastically smaller performance impact than any other recording software out there. NvENC (their hardware x264 encoder) is the only portion that other recording software can use, but the greatest performance gains come from NvFBC and NvIFR, which are not available in anything besides this program, that now requires a login and cannot be used offline to record gameplay after this update. It's ridiculous.

Oh please, you had to try really hard to summon up that outrage and consult wikipedia about encoders. Who fucking cares. You can still get drivers for your card, shadowplay is fucking optional shit and machines are incredibly powerful these days, you will do just fine having 2 frames per second less in performance because you used OBS instead of Shadowplay.

No one is making anyone login, if you want optional features that took them money and time to develop then you can use a throwaway fucking email and do it. Yet again not seeing the forest for the trees, go look at the data collection policies in GeForce Experience, that's some shit that actually matters.

Yes, they are making people log in. I used GFE and Shadowplay last fucking month without logging in. I paid $650 for a top of the line GPU, which nvidia profits from and funds their r&d and new feature additions. I use Shadowplay for single player game recordings sometimes, and guess what? If my internet goes down now I simply won't be able to use it at all. There are no mental backflips you can pull to justify that.

And this isn't 'summoned outrage from wikipedia consultation', the knowledge I have of why Shadowplay performs as well as it does comes straight from the developer of Rivatuner, who had convinced me that it is indeed superior to any other gameplay recording software out there because of the reasons I stated, but even without the reasoning, simple benchmarking could reveal the performance difference as well.

Last time I benchmarked the performance difference myself, I got this result:

Without Shadowplay enabled: 156.10 fps ( 6.41 ms/f) 20.544 fps variability

With Shadowplay enabled: 154.80 fps ( 6.46 ms/f) 20.225 fps variability

With Twitch streaming via Shadowplay enabled: 154.36 fps ( 6.48 ms/f) 20.112 fps variability

There is not a chance in hell you will be able to show me a recording software that comes even close to that level of performance.

Again, I know this stuff because I researched it years ago when I first wanted to capture footage. It is one of the core reasons I stuck with nVidia for GPU purchases, and I took the time to benchmark it with every new GPU I've had that supports it, just to see how the performance has improved. On my current 980ti that represents a less than 1% performance impact.

So yeah, this core reason that I bought my card *IS* now making me login, and is flat out un-usable if I don't have an internet connection.

If that does not effect you at all, then kindly fuck off and go direct your misguided rants about something that does. For me, it matters.
 
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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
7. Re: Evening Tech Bits Sep 14, 2016, 23:40 Mordecai Walfish
 
Redmask wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 20:14:
It's a completely optional experience that you can ignore, there are better options for everything in the software on the third party market.

This is incorrect. Only Shadowplay allows you to use integral hardware in your GPU for recording that has a drastically smaller performance impact than any other recording software out there. NvENC (their hardware x264 encoder) is the only portion that other recording software can use, but the greatest performance gains come from NvFBC and NvIFR, which are not available in anything besides this program, that now requires a login and cannot be used offline to record gameplay after this update. It's ridiculous.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
10. Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 14, 2016, 10:24 Mordecai Walfish
 
Beamer wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 09:46:
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 09:06:
Beamer wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 08:20:
I think you're wrong. I have an old iPod Nano over here. It's generation 1 or 2, the really long one with the black and white screen. I think 16GB. Maybe 4GB. I dunno, I got it from a friend who upgraded and I used it for the gym back like 8 years ago. It is a device that allows you to connect basic hardware like headphones.

Would you say it's objectively better than an iPhone 7? Congratulations, you're a fanboy. How about a Windows Phone, a device I owned for years. Are the Windows Phones objectively better? Congratulations, you're a fanboy.

How about the new midrange Honor 6x, is that objectively better? Congratulations, you're a fanboy.

Again, I hate Apple products. I've never had one I enjoyed. I will never, ever own an iPhone. But the level of "it's objectively better because of this one limited use case that doesn't impact everyone, even though it's far inferior in many, many others" is absolute fanboyism.

Nope, all of those devices are inferior in one way or another. Comparing MP3 players from 10 years ago to a top tier smartphone isn't even in the ballpark of what we were talking about, it's obviously not just the port alone. Suggesting that *ANY* flagship smartphone out right now is "far inferior" in any way, shape or form to the iPhone7 is laughable, btw. They are all in the same ballpark, give or take a feature here or there, but the main difference is that while still being in the same ballpark, they include the convenience of a headphone jack as well. Easy choice, IMO. I couldn't give two shits about brand/corporate loyalty. If Android makers all decided they wanted to get rid of the headphone port and Apple still had one, I would consider the iPhone7 the superior product, even *if* it had slightly less performance than the Androids. But, given that isn't the case.. it simply is not.

EDIT: I should have stated "flagship device" in my previous post, that is what I had intended by saying "device", not MP3 players and such. I'm guessing that's where the confusion here comes from. I worked for a large mobile carrier for a half a decade, and in that time we simply referred to all cell phones as "devices". Really need to get out of that habit.

You were responding to my original post, which said "objectively better at half the price." Given that no flagship is half the price, I have no clue why you decided to argue the point.

Regardless, saying the S7 Edge is objectively better than the iPhone 7 due to the headphone jack is ridiculous. Or, it's an utter failing to understand what "objective" means.

I've said the decision to drop the headphone jack is utterly ludicrous if not wholly anti-consumer. But to say it makes a device objectively worse? Hardly. I can't even say it makes the device objectively worse from a listening to music with headphones perspective, as some of the advantages of 100% digital music may offset the need for either a dongle or new headphones to some users.

I never mentioned price, nor replied about that specifically. Sounds like a conversation you had with someone else. And yes, I guess this does straddle the line between objective and subjective depending on what you consider makes an all-around better phone. I also would consider a laptop of similar speed with essential connectivity to a modern macbook with a single usb port to be better as well, even if it benched slower in different areas. It's a better all-around device when all things are considered. Speed isnt everything, especially now that smartphones generally are pushing 4-8 cores with GPU's that rival consoles. To think that any of this can be completely objective is probably where this whole thought process goes off-the-rails, because it can always be argued that a device that has less in one way or another simply is not objectively better. The iPhone has less convenient connectivity, the androids less power. There is no clear 100% better for everyone pick.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
8. Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 14, 2016, 09:06 Mordecai Walfish
 
Beamer wrote on Sep 14, 2016, 08:20:
I think you're wrong. I have an old iPod Nano over here. It's generation 1 or 2, the really long one with the black and white screen. I think 16GB. Maybe 4GB. I dunno, I got it from a friend who upgraded and I used it for the gym back like 8 years ago. It is a device that allows you to connect basic hardware like headphones.

Would you say it's objectively better than an iPhone 7? Congratulations, you're a fanboy. How about a Windows Phone, a device I owned for years. Are the Windows Phones objectively better? Congratulations, you're a fanboy.

How about the new midrange Honor 6x, is that objectively better? Congratulations, you're a fanboy.

Again, I hate Apple products. I've never had one I enjoyed. I will never, ever own an iPhone. But the level of "it's objectively better because of this one limited use case that doesn't impact everyone, even though it's far inferior in many, many others" is absolute fanboyism.

Nope, all of those devices are inferior in one way or another. Comparing MP3 players from 10 years ago to a top tier smartphone isn't even in the ballpark of what we were talking about, it's obviously not just the port alone. Suggesting that *ANY* flagship smartphone out right now is "far inferior" in any way, shape or form to the iPhone7 is laughable, btw. They are all in the same ballpark, give or take a feature here or there, but the main difference is that while still being in the same ballpark, they include the convenience of a headphone jack as well. Easy choice, IMO. I couldn't give two shits about brand/corporate loyalty. If Android makers all decided they wanted to get rid of the headphone port and Apple still had one, I would consider the iPhone7 the superior product, even *if* it had slightly less performance than the Androids. But, given that isn't the case.. it simply is not.

EDIT: I should have stated "flagship device" in my previous post, that is what I had intended by saying "device", not MP3 players and such. I'm guessing that's where the confusion here comes from. I worked for a large mobile carrier for a half a decade, and in that time we simply referred to all cell phones as "devices". Really need to get out of that habit.

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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
6. Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 13, 2016, 23:20 Mordecai Walfish
 
Redwood wrote on Sep 13, 2016, 22:27:
The Note 7 alternatives is a pretty good list, though I personally would be hesitant to go with a OnePlus 3.

Agreed. I've heard the support for OnePlus devices is pretty terrible.
 
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News Comments > Morning Mobilization
4. Re: Morning Mobilization Sep 13, 2016, 21:11 Mordecai Walfish
 
I think many people would agree that a device that allows you to connect basic hardware like headphones is objectively better than one that requires inconvenient, unnecessary dongles, or being locked into Apple's "vision of the future". Sure the processor isn't as fast as Apple's in any Android phones out there, but speed alone does not make for a better device.

Also, the excuse that they need to make it thinner via removing this port is laughable, phones do not need to have the form factor of a piece of cardboard or paper.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Consolidation
25. Re: Sunday Consolidation Sep 13, 2016, 10:45 Mordecai Walfish
 
Jivaro wrote on Sep 12, 2016, 21:19:
Sony and MS look to be switching to a release schedule that has more in common with cell phone iterations than traditional console lifespans.

Not to dig up a long dead horse and beat it some more but...

Does that mean the PC won the war with the consoles?


A weird fact I saw recently is that the iPhone 7 will be the most powerful platform that nintendo has released a game on. More powerful than the WiiU. Future cell phones realistically could become the next consoles, being both portable and decently powered with tons of connectivity and output options through high speed ports and wireless. Maybe with how similar they are trying to be to PC's, the consoles are destined to just become Steam-like games portals on varying PC hardware. When that happens, I will concede that PC's have won the "war".
 
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News Comments > Free TOXIKK Launches
2. Re: Free TOXIKK Launches Sep 13, 2016, 07:22 Mordecai Walfish
 
Just tried this for my first time and its pretty disappointing.

Issues I saw/had with the game:

1.The few levels are all very small and unoriginal, especially the one CTF map that was basically a big box with a couple vehicles and a pillar in the center.

2.The quickplay button tries to put you in full servers and ends up with an error message alot of times when you click it, requiring you to manually click it over and over again to get a match sometimes.

3. Weapons are equally meh, especially the melee weapon, which is just a pathetic re-imagining of Q3A's melee weapon.

4. Game defaults some pretty funky stuff, like the double-tap dodge mechanic, which you end up accidentally activating, until you finally find the way to turn it off is through a slider in the key binding menu.

5. Chat is hard to read and jumbled together with a bunch of useless information.

6. Bots on the servers are just terrible and only serve to feed kills to the other team.

Alot of stuff I didn't like about this. It's a shame too, I was hoping for a good new arena shooter, but this is just a shiny turd with very little substance and a lot of poor choices made by the designers. Anyone looking for a game like this to enjoy would be much better off playing the free Unreal Tournament beta. I really wanted to like it, and did *really* well in the matches I played (I had a 13:1 kd/r overall through all the games i played), so it's obviously super-easy to pick up and learn quickly. Just not a very good game, unfortunately :-/
 
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News Comments > Steam Top 10
40. Re: Steam Top 10 Sep 12, 2016, 23:14 Mordecai Walfish
 
Verno wrote on Sep 12, 2016, 21:51:
Kxmode wrote on Sep 12, 2016, 17:52:
In so many words you told me my comparison was wrong and why yours was correct. That is not an exchange of ideas. You appear to be very keen on your opinion, and against any others. That is why I did not want to get into details over my choice of E.T. instead of Spore.

I would only ask that you respect my choice and not escalate it into a trivial argument.

No, you have that backwards. My opinion is my opinion, its not wrong or right but I'm willing to explain it and even if I wasn't, people are free to disagree with it. Escalating it into a trivial argument is what you're doing, you could've easily just said "oh i thought it was like ET because <blah>" and people could just take it or leave it. Or just left it on its own and let other people disagree. You posted publicly and compared something to whats widely considered the worst game of all time. No one says you "have" to explain anything but don't expect other people to just say "oh whoops we can't respond any further, kxmode doesn't feel like justifying his incendiary comment".

Its got aliens and spaceships and both are badly implemented. No Man's Sky is pretty much E.T. part two, with such similarity. /s
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
5. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 12, 2016, 22:20 Mordecai Walfish
 
The guys behind the unproven "infinite detail" rendering tech released a new video, showcasing work theyre doing towards making hologram gaming centers and new ways to bring real world laser-mapped environments into VR:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uYkbXlgUCw

They also have started work on getting animation working. It's rather telling that it's shown by itself and not in a voxel environment, so again I'm skeptical by their claims, but I must admit that I would very much like to visit one of their gaming centers.
 
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News Comments > Steam Top 10
15. Re: Steam Top 10 Sep 11, 2016, 22:20 Mordecai Walfish
 
Rigs wrote on Sep 11, 2016, 21:39:
Kxmode wrote on Sep 11, 2016, 18:21:
...one of the worse games I have ever played this side of Atari's E.T.

Just a tad bit hyperbolic, ja? It wasn't that bad, man. Yes, it shit the bed A:CM-style, I'll give you that but I think that was due to a mix of overwhelming hype (that Sony refused to keep control of), a dev-turned-PR-failure getting in way over his head and fanbois making another delay an impossibility. If they'd delayed it for another six months, brought in some competent QA and maybe had a limited public beta test, they could've avoided a lot of this. Just having the game 'leak' before retail release was enough to show them that they needed to rework some serious issues. I've started to think that maybe the 'leak' was intentional, given their lack of QA.

Still, there are worse games out there. Much worse. At least NMS is playable. And some do find it enjoyable. Apparently, it's got a rather large ASMR following. If it could get some good mods and if HG could release the proposed additions of owning freighters and building bases, it would help considerably. This could be an X-type game, with a trade interface and possibly owning stations/bases. The base game is a good foundation, it just needs someone to build something amazing on top of it!


=-Rigs-=

I firmly believe that most people who compare a game they think is bad to Atari's E.T. simply haven't played it and are using it as a token based on the numerous stories about it being the worst game ever. It's pretty much a meme at this point.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Consolidation
8. Re: Sunday Consolidation Sep 11, 2016, 17:41 Mordecai Walfish
 
Sony's marketing sure is in full swing. I don't see the PS4 pro being much of a success besides selling well to people who don't have a PS4 yet, or are replacing a broken one and can justify the extra cost. And people/parents with plenty of disposable income who just don't give a fuck.

Everyone who saw the presentation/unveiling for PS4 Pro they did recently, came away with the same lackluster feeling from it all. And on top of that the inventor of Blu-Ray cant even seem to get a 4k disc drive in their own damn console when their competitor already has one in theirs. Pretty silly. (I'm guessing this has more to do with some internal Sony beef regarding competing with themselves, and undercutting their own BD4k devices currently out there.. but it is a mistake, nonetheless.)

I personally just want the newly revised controller with the supposedly decreased input lag, and for proper drivers for PC to be released by sony. Was hoping this would happen with the PSnow/wireless adapter launch, but I'm not holding my breath.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Mobilization
1. Re: Saturday Mobilization Sep 10, 2016, 12:47 Mordecai Walfish
 
What to do with your old iPhone? Keep it so you have a decently functional device while you look into other alternatives besides apple.  
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News Comments > DOOM Update Plans
19. Re: DOOM Update Plans Sep 10, 2016, 09:52 Mordecai Walfish
 
The multiplayer is so laughably bad in this game that I'm surprised they didnt just scrap any future updates and focus on the single player. Does not bode well for Quake Champions at all, that the current shot-callers at iD/Bethesda consider this passable multiplayer.  
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News Comments > Overwatch Netcode Update
1. Re: Overwatch Netcode Update Sep 9, 2016, 20:56 Mordecai Walfish
 
Got back into Overwatch lately after a short break and multiplayer does feel really good now (It was good before too, but there were very noticeable issues). Havent encountered any shoot around corners or the weird yo-yo interpolation errors I would get while jet boosting with d-va every once in a while before. That shit sucked in comp play during season 1 especially.  
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