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  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with Ryse on PC

  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool just shows your taste in gaming.

    enjoy your turd of a game then.
    Reply -7
  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @bad09 "Wasted your money? Do you really think people bought PCs or even upgrades just for Ryse?"

    No you fools, regardless of platform if you bought the game it's a waste of money.
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @bad09 @UncleLou

    No, what I'm saying is you wasted your money either way.

    but a shit game at high res/fps is still a shit game.

    this game being at 30fps isn't the problem with the game, its the game itself.

    still if you both love polished turds, be my guest.
    Reply -4
  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool " For examaple if limiting the game to 30fps then a 980 is probably capable of running this game with 2x2 super sampling. That should make a massive impact to image quality. "

    And no difference at all to gameplay.

    a turd is a turd, regardless of frame rate or resolution.

    keep trying to convince yourself otherwise.
    Reply -4
  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @bad09 Look at the pictures in the article.

    a turd at 60fps isn't any less of a turd when running at 30fps.

    want a higher resolution turd... well great, it wont make any difference to how the game plays.
    Reply -3
  • mr2ange 28/09/2014

    @Leben Blah blah blah...

    My X is worth X...

    more willy waving pc gamers as usual.

    Pathetic made up numbers as usual, you used 99p PC games and figured they would cost 30+ on console.

    Sorry, but thats a desperate argument, one told many times before.

    what an utterly pathetic argument.

    the fact remains, no matter how much money you plowed into your pc, this game - like many and most other pc ports, will give you minimal improvements at best on next gen consoles.

    barely any visual enhancements, and literally no gameplay improvements.

    Oh great! I high res texture PACK!!!! fucking hell thats awesome... Still the same game though isn't it. makes no actual difference. Lets say you bought a chess set, well mine has little ribbons on the peices, does that make my game better than yours? hell fucking no.

    Lets see you steam collection and see if all of those games would cost 30+ on console...

    let me guess.. Euro truck simulator? Goat simulator?
    Reply -10
  • mr2ange 28/09/2014

    @Dantonir Even better, so regardless of how much you spent, you either have spent more on a pc, or less on a console, and you get to experience more or less the exact same thing. Reply -4
  • mr2ange 28/09/2014

    @UncleLou Ok a 1 Grand pc, to increase framerate and higher res, with still 0% difference in the game...

    Well done, you spent 3X the amount of money for the same game with no real gameplay benefit.

    Reply -5
  • mr2ange 28/09/2014

    @Leben Ok then, a 500 pc...

    Still no fucking difference, still just extra money for basically 0% difference.

    I see all the butthurt little pc fanboys have negged me for posting fact and truth, as usual.
    Reply -9
  • mr2ange 28/09/2014

    @Quikky Yup, and you got 10 negs for pointing that out.

    Fact is the game is borderline indistinguishable on pc from low to high settings, and a obviously at a slightly lower res for XB1,

    Playing this game on ANY platform it's released for will give a near idential experience.

    Put this game on a 5 Grand pc, and it will give you *some* improvement visually, and a 0% improvement in terms of gameplay.
    Reply -6
  • Project Cars shooting for 1080p 60fps on both Xbox One and PS4

  • mr2ange 29/09/2014

    @George-Roper ""We're aiming for 60fps", said Respawn. Sales came in, they didn't hit 60fps consistently."

    Yes, but titanfall is very different, aiming for 60fps where the camera can be anywhere effects and projectiles can be happening at any time or all together is difficult.

    A completely linear track with a fixed camera and finite number of cars is extremely consistent in comparison.

    To be honest, if this doesn't hit 60, its because they haven't done the job properly.
    Reply +1
  • Bethesda warns: you should have 4GB of VRAM to play The Evil Within PC

  • mr2ange 26/09/2014

    @Seafort that was patched because of lazy coding, something that seems to be happening alot these days...

    4gb vram is entirely believable.

    "When I played it all it ever used was 2GB."

    on top of the os memory usage?
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 26/09/2014

    Lol great....

    Looking at the Steam user survey (last month)

    less than 10% of users have >2gb... and 55% have 1gb or less! ouch!

    time for another upgrade?
    Reply +3
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 review

  • mr2ange 26/09/2014

    @UncleLou Oh, so now I'm not allowed to voice an opinion unless its the exact same opinion of the fanboys specific to that article.

    Hail Hitler!
    Reply -1
  • mr2ange 26/09/2014

    @UncleLou "Says the console gamer in his 15th post in a thread exclusively about PC hardware.

    Oh dear, oh dear."

    I put forward an opinion and got shouted at by multiple people.

    Honestly... I really don't care about people like you, or people that think buying hardware for 500 that halves in value in a few months is worthwhile.

    fancy counting pjbliverpool's post count..?
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool "Guess I'll just make do with the best versions of the other games which make up 90% of a platforms library plus a couple decades of backwards compatibility, plus emulation of a few dozen older consoles. And hell, maybe I'll get a Nintendo console to supplement the PC since that's the only console with worthwhile exclusives anyway. "

    Exactly what I expected

    = Willy waving pc cock.

    enjoy watching your hardware depreciate faster than butter melting in a hot pan... whilst playing the games that look 2% better for 5 x the hardware cost.

    Always the same with pc elitests... never fucking changes.

    Edit: additional

    -Just grow up.
    Reply -8
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool "Someone sounds a little upset?"

    Naah... Just bored of people that think the sun shines out of their ass, just because they love to gloat about how great their beloved pc is...

    xbox360's were badly built, and that problem was addressed.

    The nvidia thing has been going on for YEARS. They can't be bothered to fix it.

    All that money still wont buy you the console exclusives.

    Elitist Cock, is what you are sir.

    Edit: that includes you Suarez
    Reply -4
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014


    Your just posting and talking out of your ass, my negativity towards pc gaming is because of people like you.

    "I could run up a 10 year old gaming PC right now and run each and every multiplat game that was ever released on both the PS2 and PC flawlessly."

    BULL FUCKING SHIT... A TEN year old pc that runs crysis 1 even on medium settings would be a lie at best.

    PC's go wrong have problems with hardware/software all the time,

    here's a real world example: the Nvidia HDMI audio out is a fucking heap of shit, My amplifier loses the connection because of it, and the only way to regain audio out from the pc is to re-boot the whole fucking machine.

    Never a problem with last gen consoles, just shitty pc drivers that
    nvidia can't be bothered to fix.

    PC's in the living room are fucking shite.

    Go back and read what I actually wrote:

    "that $760 over 6.5 years will not take you very far... I expect if you spent that money now, your machine would not be able to keep up with the next $500 console at launch."

    your reply...

    "FX8370 (8 cores, 4Ghz): 122
    R9 280: 128
    SkAM3 Mobo: 30
    8GB RAM: 43"

    You think that will compete with PS5 and XB2 do you?

    Clearly you are just some willy waving pc-elitest cock.
    Reply -3
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @SeeNoWeevil Yup! you got it!

    I have a pretty decent pc, A dual xeon setup with 24gb memory and a lowly gtx650 (in my living room)
    hooked up to a 55inch tv,

    using windows on it is a pain in the arse, it's basically become a media center

    I have another pc for doing other things with a proper monitor, but it's a far better and more comfortable experience being infront of the tv.
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @daviejambo "PC gamers want to spend 500 on their PC every six months or so"

    Yeah I know, just don't try to hide it...

    I used to do exactly the same, then I grew up.

    you don't have to shit on me to voicing an opinion.
    Reply -3
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014


    splitting an average... nope, sorry but my ps2 still works, so does my ps3, I could have sold them and got money back, but your pc components once 5 years old are worth pennies.

    Kindness has nothing to do with it, nor does your made up prices, not everyone buys at full retail price either.

    but the fact remains. A console has far less hassle, plays every game released for it, the software doesn't go wrong, I don't have to change the OS, and i'm a bit dubious about your claim of a 5-year old install of win7 being particularly quick, did you buy it the instant is was available? that would have cost you a fair whack ontop the price.

    that $760 over 6.5 years will not take you very far... I expect if you spent that money now, your machine would not be able to keep up with the next $500 console at launch.

    on a console I don't have to do anything other than put the disc in and play.

    I don't have to much around with drivers/setting up controls, messing around with graphics settings, I have no worries of viruses or malware, I never have to check my specifications.

    It just works.
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014


    I knew the post would cause anger,

    but still $500 every 8-10 years for a decent gaming machine with many of the best exclusives is still a far better deal than a gaming pc in my opinion.
    Reply -3
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @Liuwil No need to be patronizing mate,

    lets do a reality check

    You have a R9 280x.
    Will your GPU run games in 2015: Yes almost all games run extremely well
    Will your GPU run games in 2016: Yes
    Will your GPU run games in 2017: Yes but lowering a few settings to maintain a decent framerate
    Will your GPU run games in 2018: Yes
    but lower settings still
    Will your GPU run games in 2019: Yes - but almost certainly at least two directX versions away from 'current'
    Will your GPU run games in 2020: Most likely - but starting to really creak
    Will your GPU run games in 2021: Possibly, but there will like have been several directX versions at this point.
    Will your GPU run games in 2022: not ay anywhere near what would be deemed acceptable
    Will your GPU run games in 2023: If you haven't replaced your MB+CPU+RAM by this point you may as well throw the machine away and start fresh.

    "What maintenance you NEED to do on a PC, other than cleaning your history so that your family members do not find out what you do on the internet?"

    Oh come on... don't tell me you've only ever had to install windows ONCE on your pc... how many times have you had to clear malware, from your machine because another family member got caught out with downloading something dodgy?

    250W... lies... the 780ti uses almost that much ALONE!

    "Not concerned how well will they run anymore???"

    Oh man, honestly.. this is my whole point, most games run pretty reasonably, with NO upgrades required, I get a pretty decent experience on every game i get for a tiny price. - Try running Crysis 3 on an 8 year old mid-level card for the time and see how well that does...?

    "My PC boots to desktop in 20 seconds. What's the hassle?"

    I'd like to see if its the same speed in 8 years time... thats if the OS still runs at all...

    And yes the exclusives are a massive draw for me.
    Reply -1
  • mr2ange 24/09/2014

    @SeeNoWeevil thankyou, atleast someone here actually understands my point of view. Reply +2
  • mr2ange 24/09/2014

    @Liuwil no, I gave up on pc gaming because I never felt satisfied with the performance, I always KNOW it can be better than it is.

    So many negatives thrown on my just because of my opinion of how to spend my own money? Come on guys!

    the simple fact is, I don't want to be constantly questioning 'each year' if my machine will run the games well enough 'next year'

    I've been there and done that for enough years as it is.

    That's why I moved to the consoles, Price/Performance ratio exactly.

    I'm expecting another fuck ton of negs here, but this is why...

    -No Maintenence,
    -Much lower power requirements
    -All games released will run on it (for the 8+ years of its life)
    -Some of the best exclusives
    -Turn on and play
    -and in all honesty, looking at the DF articles, at 1080p the difference between ps4 and pc is very minor in most circumstances, almost indistinguishable in some, and even in the worst setup the difference is never a deal breaker.

    All for far less than an equivalent performance pc - of course that is "at the moment"
    I'm sure pc's of 2x 4x 8x the performance WILL be available for ~300 in the coming years.

    But I want a little box that sits under the tv and works.
    Reply +1
  • mr2ange 24/09/2014

    @garryallen "Yeah but you can say kinda the same thing about early adoption of consoles"

    Not really, the xb1 has dropped what 100.. not almost 50%, and buying one now wont mean you get a higher performance one.


    "you'll realize that you only have to upgrade your PC once every 4 or 5 years if you buy something this capable."

    Yeah but 500 every 4-5 years just for a graphics card... sorry but that's just too much.

    @daviejambo - Yup you are right.
    Reply -2
  • mr2ange 24/09/2014

    "while the 780 Ti - a card that sold for over 500 just a few months - is also bordering on the irrelevant."

    Exactly why I gave up on pc gaming...

    almost half the value in a few months... ouch...
    Reply -8
  • Forza Horizon 2 review

  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @elchongo B2 had a seperate crash mode, so it was still largely the same as B1, personally i loved both 1+2, probably 2 a little more...

    When B3 - Takedown came out I didn't understand the whole "Crash into cars to go faster!" thing...
    Reply 0
  • mr2ange 25/09/2014

    @TheDoctor11 Burnout 2 - remake is what i want!

    No damn takedowns, just actual fun racing with traffic!

    there was something that got lost after B2 :(
    Reply +6
  • BioShock Infinite: Complete Edition retail listings spotted

  • mr2ange 22/09/2014

    Dammit! I knew i shouldn't have bought the "Half-Assed edition!" daah! Reply +4
  • Scalebound is unlike anything Platinum has done before

  • mr2ange 18/09/2014

    @guernican 34 seconds in.

    I'm totally with ya.
    Reply +2
  • Solid gold PS4s and Xbox Ones to go for over 8.3K

  • mr2ange 15/09/2014

    Shit, Just shit.

    they don't even look clean ffs...
    Reply +11
  • Microsoft buys Mojang and Minecraft for $2.5bn

  • mr2ange 15/09/2014

    @Branoic "I also can't help but wonder "Why?" Its not like Notch or Mojang needed the money...."

    It's probaby not because of any ONE reason, but 2.5billion of them is hard to ignore.

    just the interest alone would bring in over $5million per month at a 2.5% interest...

    thats enough to buy a stately home every week ;)
    Reply 0
  • Qvadriga review

  • mr2ange 11/09/2014

    Was this made with "Click and Play" ? Reply +1
  • Microsoft pledges to replace batch of noisy Xbox One consoles

  • mr2ange 10/09/2014

    @frazzl "Had much better luck with my NES, Mega Drive, Saturn, DC, N64, GC, Xbox and Wii. "

    Me too, the old Snes and MegaDrive still go strong today!!!
    Reply +4
  • mr2ange 10/09/2014

    @minecrafter Interesting how different people have different issues with console reliability,

    N64 - Bullet Proof - never had a problem
    PS1 - No problems (wasnt launch though)
    Dreamcast - I literally owned one game Soul Calibur - it was put in the console and never removed, yet the console died, replaced console, died again a few months later - Utter Garbage, which was sad because i loved the console.
    PS2 - Never had a problem with launch or slim
    PS3 - launch fat - did eventually die after about 6.5 years
    -Slim still going strong.
    Reply +5
  • How to remove Dead Rising 3 PC's 30fps cap

  • mr2ange 05/09/2014

    @INSERT-COIN Hey, not bad.. how are you?

    I guess the mantle could help, but obviously would require some work from the devs,

    In this case there are probably some horribly complex issues with AI, pathfinding could be taking a huge amount of time, I guess without seeing it running with debug info.

    an i7 with a 780 should be more than capable of blitzing this, no question.
    Reply +2
  • mr2ange 05/09/2014

    "we also ran the game briefly on a six-core i7 3930K system with a 6GB GTX Titan and we still couldn't achieve a locked 60fps."

    Nothing other than dreadful porting can account for this.
    Reply +20
  • Intel Core i7 5960X review

  • mr2ange 29/08/2014

    a grand... A GRAND....

    for a cpu... in 2 years an equivalent will likely cost 200 max...

    honestly wait 3 years until all pc games are built to actually use the 8 core setup in consoles and you'll see a difference, you'll also see a difference in price, this will be a fraction of the cost and worthwhile.
    Reply 0
  • Video: Ten minutes of Hellraid in action

  • mr2ange 27/08/2014

    @technotica Exactly what I thought,

    visually good, combat looks bloody awful move near target, click button - rinse repeat.
    Reply +2
  • P.T. is more than a teaser - it's a great game in its own right

  • mr2ange 15/08/2014

    Yup had a go at this last night...

    This may actually be the first game I really Do Not Want to play alone...
    Reply +8
  • Xbox One snappable media player, Party updates roll out to preview members

  • mr2ange 15/08/2014

    That really is a very significant list of formats for a console. Reply +41
  • Radiant Silvergun and Ikaruga creator working on new PS4 game

  • mr2ange 15/08/2014

    Awesome, Loved Ikaruga & Loved Gradius V

    Count me interested!
    Reply +17
  • Ubisoft: only "vocal minority" complains about number of Assassin's Creed games

  • mr2ange 14/08/2014

    I don't complain, I just don't buy them anymore.

    Am I the minority too?
    Reply +16
  • It's time for your latest update on The Last Guardian - again

  • mr2ange 13/08/2014

    @THWIP71 Wow what a seriously dumbass comment...

    "If you support this game with your $ when/if it releases, you are only encouraging this complete lack of respect and appreciation shown by Sony/Team Ico for their fans."

    By only releasing a game when it actually fulfills the expectations and potential that customers want?

    Would you prefer some half assed broken game?

    "When you have an established franchise that has made you 100s of millions of $, you then owe it to those who've supported that franchise"

    Since when have any of Team Ico's games made 100's of millions???
    Since when are any of the TWO games a "franchise"

    Team Ico's games do not come out every year, they may not sell the best, they may not get yearly releases, they may not be advertised during every single break on tv,

    But they are fantastic games that do something different. SOTC barely made the ps2, they pushed that poor little machine to near breaking point. ICO was originally a ps1 title...

    Shut your mouth and wait... Some of us would rather a magnificent polished game when its ready.
    Reply +3
  • If Early Access comes to consoles: Developers respond

  • mr2ange 12/08/2014

    Do Not Want.

    Give me finished games please.

    I don't want to play some moderately-broken half-finished game that has even more bugs in it than unpatched games, let alone pay for the privilege to.
    Reply +42
  • EA Access is now publicly available on Xbox One

  • mr2ange 11/08/2014

    Is it bad that the only game i'm remotely interested in playing out of this lot is Peggle 2....

    Oh dear...
    Reply +2
  • Diablo 3 download/install sizes are much higher on PS4

  • mr2ange 11/08/2014

    Yes that is a lot of GB's for a single game...

    I've recently upgraded to a 1gb WD red drive,

    I remember X-Com ufo (a game that lasted hundreds of hours) being 10mb minus the intro video :)
    Reply 0
  • Remembering Double Dragon, a true arcade icon

  • mr2ange 10/08/2014

    wow its been a while since i played this.

    I had it on the old Atari St, it was great (although probably worse than other versions out there) no music, barely any sound effects. But it was definitely something special.

    There were enough moves to keep it interesting, and the enemies / items forced you to consider your options wisely.

    I did finish it, eventually.

    Good game.
    Reply +4
  • Evolve release date slips into February

  • mr2ange 05/08/2014

    Hey, I'd rather it comes out when its ready.

    Far too many games come with massive day 0 patches these days and subsequent patches for weeks/months later just to fix glaring issues.

    Great games take time to make.
    Reply +8