Its not just hard on performance, its just a complete turd. And its not just a game, it was a Trojan horse for DX10 by way of marketing, and look how that turned out. People saw it for what it was: a unoptimized DX9 engine which does nothing truly spectacular (sure SSAO is good for the benchmarking freaks, but the general idea has been done before. Ambience occlusion is dead old anyway ).Lord Zedeck said:Personally, I love the game. Just because it's hard on performance and people use it as a benchmark, or just because it may not be the best optimized game, doesn't mean it isn't a game. I don't use it for benchmarks, at all. I use it to play it, and personally, I've loved both of the games. I'm awaiting the next two.
Well for me, I found the games a major disappointment. Same with FEAR 2. All the hype was for nothing IMO, since none of those games bring anything really innovating.The story, visuals, sound, and gameplay were all at least average or above average for me, so I enjoyed it. That's all I'm saying.
Yes Phil, the idea of a 42" screen for real PC usage is insane. Use it for entertainment systems, not PCs. Even a 19" is decent.Gameman, get a real monitor
I was at the Dell site looking at that very one or one similar yesterday mate, but it's t least 1600.00 minimum, and more like 2500.00 plus.......Just went to my neighbours who has a 27inch Dell!
The native res on his is 2650x1600
Damn I want his screen
This could be important there mate..... what honestly is your opinoin of a TV that size when it serves as your desktop???might not be native.. now that I think of it.. though I can use it as the highest resolution for my desktop ....