RAP is saying Crysis can't run smooth. That video shows that not only can it run smooth, it's *been* running smooth on hardware that is practically a year old. Part of the "anti PC-ism" mindset is that "it doesn't work for me, it doesn't work for anyone and it's obviously horribly broken." I've had this vitriol spewed about Vista, an OS I have barely any issues with since it was released. Insert the typical "It doesn't do that here" response. My PCs run everything I throw at them smoothly and reliably, using stock parts without any fancy tweaking or overclocking or anything.Crysis came out a 1 1/2 years ago.
So what if it is?
The Mac fanboyism is very bothersome. I own a Mac, so I can really discuss it from the perspective some someone directly affected by it. All I have to do is tell someone I own a Mac and I am promptly thrown into that fanboy category, despite not being a fanboy at all. My Macbook Pro is cool, but it's just a laptop. A mediocre performing laptop that can't even have a hard drive upgrade without voiding the warranty. My Sager sits on my desk and is my regular "use" machine which I am using right now to post this. My Macbook Pro is sitting in a bag on the other side of the room where it's been for the last few weeks. I break it out to update it and see if there's anything new for it that I care about, but for the most part it's a paperweight and toy. The hardware isn't magically better, or faster, or drastically different than a PC. It's PC parts tweaked by Apple more to make them Apple-only rather than to improve on them.