Dragon Age Inquisition: Astrarium solutions
How to solve all of these fiddly puzzles.
Destiny: How to get to level 32
The Dark Below raises the level cap - how do you get there?
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Proper gaming? Really? Investing money in a dying desktop (yes desktops are dying) with an OS made for Office applications? Well..think i again. Hell you can't even turn your office brick on with a gamepad! You know why? Because it's not made for gaming!!! My X-mas bonus alone could buy me a office brick that would blow yours out of the water... easy. But guess what? When i take a shit i don't rub my ass with paper money.You get my point...boy? I don't like to invest money in something that is as worthless as PC gaming. I like to spent my money on good things...like console gaming, having a beer, my apartment or traveling.
wahaha! Dude...you must be the stereotypical virigin fat ugly PC-fanboy with no life that is so nicely portrait in South Park.
Man you are a good laugh!! Have fun tuning your Office brick! Maybe one day it you will truly believe it's a dedicated game machine lol!
yeah so jealous of the "Pay before you try" process adopted for PC games, as the market cannot risk spending any money upfront with big AAA games say like Halo 5, Uncharted, The Order 1886, Bloodborne, Quantum Break, Gears Of War, God of War and these are but a handful out or to be shown next year
Against a Space Spim that is tiny compared to No Mans Sky created by 10 people with a huge scope and worlds to explore in a huge multi-use universe!!
Erm, I think me and many others will get through this and still try Before we buy that does not remove all customer rights. And not be already looking at each showing of the game getting procedurally worse each time..please keep telling yourself any of that is a "bonus" to the platform
You can see that Valve grip has affected you alot ;-)
You know what your problem is? You know that nobody gives a shit about office gaming
And thats the state PC gaming is in: nobody GIVES A SHIT ABOUT YOUR OFFICE GAMING HOBBY!
Again, read through the comments, you guys constantly sucking off each others e-peens.
A year or so later there are no tears, only laughter!
I'm surprised Eurogamer is not imposing stronger moderation and deleting off topic shit that is so out of hand.
seriously guys, I wish you'd just use the ignore list and not waste your time on these angry PC nerds.
Cheaper, maybe - but I as i said I sold my copy after finishing it a few times and got practically all my money back.
i read that and all I got from it was lighting, lighting and lighting.
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes (PC)
- Resolution support up to and including 3840x2160 (4K)
- Additional deferred lights per scene
- Additional shadows per scene
- Higher-resolution render targets
- Higher-resolution shadows
- Increased detail over distances
- Screen Space Reflections
- 60 FPS frame rate
- NVIDIA SLI Multi-GPU support
- Options to adjust seven graphics features (Effects, Lighting, Screen Filtering, Shadows, Texture Filtering, Textures)
So basically a few extra lighting effects. Wow
So yes, saying that the PC version is significantly better, and worth an 8 month wait for Zero difference in gameplay, is pretty shallow. In my opinion.
I guess as FMV said...this is fun for you?
Meaningless, because why do you care who's negging you especially since you don't know who's doing it?
And because of a few negs we also got this in your "first" comment --
"--Oh, they'll be from the salty console gamers who were bickering amongst themselves about which version 'looks better', which is apparently fine, but when a version comes out that blitzes both of them its 'PC Elitism'. Roll on Phantom, we all know the definitive platform to buy that for now--"
Because I own a PC
I guess I just like playing games and when they are new
And can I assume your PC cost the same price as a PS4 or Xbox One? If not, then, STFU because you paid more than twice for the hardware compared to consoles to wait 9 months later for better graphics and a half priced game. I don't see what the gloating is for? Unless you got your PC for free.
Rather than rest on its laurels with fixed, console-grade graphics, it caters to most needs with a string of worthwhile visual upgrades. The boldest of these is its broadened object LODs and added lights - each pushing past what's possible on PS4
please when you "say on PC those settings are higher (much higher) etc etc can you state the minimum specs needed, evey time I see things like this my poor HD 4400 quakes in fear because you know not all PC's are equal unlike a console of ones choice
Ahh yes, sorry I forgot! I had you on my retard list - once I logged in your posts are automatically hidden.
Point still stands though...
Hardly any difference without trying really hard to look for it LOL
You sad sad little nerds.....smh
it's not more than 50% cheaper as I bought it on ps4 in march for £18 and pc is £12 9 months later.
Also performance is identical both consoles run a locked 60 so not sure where you pulled that from?
funny that, how the 'peasants' can afford to play the game all those months earlier and at a higher price than the so called masterrace.
Can someone confirm, this is only for people who played it online? I'm sure I read elsewhere that the free stuff was only for people who'd played the online part of MCC (it attempted to pay it at least).
I only ask, as it's being worded as though everyone who owns the game will get this as DLC. I bought MCC before launch as a pre-order, but I've only played through the campaigns, so I don't think I'll be eligible.
Now, regarding Lords of the Fallen (a notorious glitchy game with horrendous optimization), do you have an analysis that proves that the copy-write operations were caused by Denuvo and not the game engine itself? Seeing how the game is notorious for it's bad optimization and all...
lmao.. Why would game code be stored on disc and decoded then written back? That makes no sense, all the game code will be in memory at once.
It's the game data which is read off disc.
But there's no need to go further with explaining this as you're obviosuly a bit clueless.
and if you bothered to read the article then you'd see that those claims were unsubstantiated and even Eurogamer found no evidence of this being the case.
Want to know how many times the average of the code LoF.exe being transferred from HDD to memory and back in one hour? 150000 operations of copy-write. This is 10,000 times greater than normal. DRM continuously decodes the game code into memory and encrypts it's back.This is one of the most r*****ed use of encryption techniques, which I have ever seen. Despite the fact that the small pieces of code (maximum 2 kilobytes per entry), are stored in one memory block. Playing the game for 4-8 hours (depending on the quality SSD) means that memory block will be gone forever.
Has it really got to the point where, rather than simply return a faulty product, people actually anticipate patch releases in the same way you'd normally anticipate the launch of a new game?!
This has to be the most miserable first 12 months of a generation I can remember. Utterly shameful.
Hatred is quote possibly a lame game and not worth playing, but I'm failing to see why people need protecting from it.
Battlefield 4 (PC)