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  • Face-Off: Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

  • sammelito 13/10/2014

    Ports that doesnt run well on the consoles: Consoles suck.

    Ports that doesnt run well on PC: Shitty optimization, out of date drivers, incompetent developers, etc.

    The EG PC fanbase in a nutshell.
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  • Performance Analysis: Alien: Isolation

  • sammelito 07/10/2014

    @technicianTed So you based your assumption on one game? Shadow of mordor proved otherwise. Should we then say that the consoles outpower all mid range pcs? Reply +1
  • Eyes-on with PC Shadow of Mordor's 6GB ultra-HD textures

  • sammelito 04/10/2014

    @Suarez07 Youtube videos from unknown youtubers who have not played the game for more than 15 minutes. Theres a reason the developers recommend specific requirements, idiot. The fact that you dont own the game tells me enough. Reply -1
  • sammelito 03/10/2014

    @Suarez07 so posts in the comment section of SoM analysis that contains no pictures or similar proof, are suddenly believable? Reply 0
  • sammelito 02/10/2014

    What is your definition of comprimised? If a game contains trees that doesnt look like its real-life counterpart, would that be compromised? Because if so, every game ever, is and will be compromised. Reply 0
  • sammelito 02/10/2014

    @George-Roper You are correct. We should have a choice between 30 and 60 fps. However, optimization would have to be split between those two settings and the game would ultimately suffer. If people prefer that, buy a PC. Reply -1
  • sammelito 02/10/2014

    Sorry that I do not go back through your history of posts to prevent misunderstandings caused by your inability to quote and write proper replies. Reply 0
  • sammelito 02/10/2014

    @Pasco_ the choice and adaptability are a doubled edged sword. They give you the freedom of tinkering with your PC, but they also prevent it from ever being used to even half its potential. Reply 0
  • sammelito 02/10/2014

    @George-Roper An inability to hit 1080P 60 fps? Isn't that the developers choice? It is not a matter of inability, but of creative decisions. Reply 0
  • sammelito 01/10/2014

    @pjbliverpool a gtx 970 wont obliterate the PS4 because that shit cant run without other components. Reply +3
  • sammelito 01/10/2014

    @RubberduckzillA I can buy the game and turn it in for 50-80% value. So its cheaper on PS4 for me. Alot cheaper. Reply 0
  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with Ryse on PC

  • sammelito 30/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool Well thats what I was talking about. A 500$ PC is not gonna cut it if you want to stay ahead of the consoles or even reach them. Reply 0
  • sammelito 30/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool No I meant games in general not just Ryse. Shadow of mordor requires even more ram for similar settings. Keep in mind that Ryse is a very linear on-rails action game which system requirements does not represent the majority of next (or current) gen games. Reply 0
  • sammelito 29/09/2014

    @LastoftheBrunnen-G I think the team of very educated and experinced engineers who built the consoles knew what they did better than yourself. Reply +1
  • sammelito 29/09/2014

    Do you really think the console manufacturers are going to build superpowered PC's for a consumer price? Apply common sense and think about your comment one more time. Reply 0
  • sammelito 29/09/2014

    @pjbliverpool I was stating the requirements for running it at a solid framerate. Hitting the minimum hardware for a specific graphics quality will result in a very fluctuating framerate. Reply 0
  • sammelito 28/09/2014

    Remember a couple of months back when some specific people on Eurogamer said that any 500$ PC would absolutely be future-proof for 6 years and wreck any console? Come now, the requirements for running games like Shadow of Mordor, or Ryse on medium/high settings requires a MINIMUM of 3gb video ram for 1080P. Reply +1
  • US Xbox One sales rise but PlayStation 4 still top

  • sammelito 12/09/2014

    Instead of focusing on the difference between the consoles, why dont we all look at what matters here. PS4 & Xbox One combined sales are 70% higher than the previous-gen after the same time. Reply +10
  • Where did all the strategy go?

  • sammelito 07/09/2014

    One of my favourite FPS of all time is Rainbow Six: Raven shield. So good. Reply +6
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider exclusive to Xbox One

  • sammelito 13/08/2014

    You know, if this was like the situation with Nintendo/Bayonetta 2 where they funded the game, it would have been acceptable. But this is Microsoft paying for exclusive rights for a game that Square Enix funded with OUR money. Money that came from PS, Xbox and PC users. That is one big fucking slap in the face. Reply +5
  • Bloodborne gets a new trailer, release window

  • sammelito 12/08/2014

    Someone has to gif that cleaver to scythe transition! Reply 0
  • Sony's Gamescom 2014 briefing

  • sammelito 12/08/2014

    Come on MS fanboys. We get that you are dissapointed with the MS conference but dont release your rage in this comment section. Reply -1
  • sammelito 12/08/2014

    here comes the good stuff Reply 0
  • DICE ponders: what did people really like about Battlefield: Bad Company?

  • sammelito 24/06/2014

    I think its funny that a "consolized" game like BFBC2 happened to be the best of the recent battlefield games. Reply +3
  • Tech Analysis: Destiny alpha on PS4

  • sammelito 14/06/2014

    @Suarez07 You seem pissed off. Reply 0
  • Does The Division live up to its promise?

  • sammelito 13/06/2014

    @Suarez07 Any half decent PC will not run it at the same level a PS4 will. That was the original intention of my reply. Reply 0
  • sammelito 13/06/2014

    @Suarez07 Did he say all modern gaming PCs or all PCs? Clearly you did not read the original comment. Reply 0
  • sammelito 13/06/2014

    @shruteshkumar "Most games". I remember talking about Watch Dogs. Reply 0
  • sammelito 11/06/2014

    @CaptainKid What PC? My computer cant handle this game at 1080/30. You probably meant "except a handful of mighty PCs". Reply 0
  • The Last of Us: Remastered for PS4 revealed

  • sammelito 09/04/2014

    interesting that developers and publishers were more concerned about drm and 2nd hand sales than piracy on pc right? because guess which costs them more money?
    Well, DRM exists to combat pirated copies. So if they are concerned about DRM - they are concerned about pirated copies.
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  • AMD Radeon R9 295X2 review

  • sammelito 08/04/2014

    @paulf The GPU inside the PS4 is worth less than 100$. So make it 15 times. Reply 0
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall multiplayer free for a week

  • sammelito 28/02/2014

    @OtisBDriftwood It has to be the "All-Conquering Titanfall" No cheque for you... Reply +3
  • Thief 1080p on PS4, 900p on Xbox One

  • sammelito 18/02/2014

    @Faramis Wow, really? Is the PC version automatically set to 1080P with all the bells and whistles at 60 frames per second? Gotta buy it on my school laptop then. Because apparently the PC version is superior. Reply +4
  • The Last of Us: Left Behind review

  • sammelito 16/02/2014

    I would douple dip for a PS4 version... Reply +3
  • sammelito 16/02/2014

    @Suarez07 And that is the beauty of opinions. Reply 0
  • Tech Analysis: Titanfall beta on Xbox One and PC

  • sammelito 16/02/2014

    You cant help but wonder how the 360 version is going to look like...Should probably get my CRT TV from the basement. Reply +8
  • Flappy Bird clones flood App Store, now with in-app purchases

  • sammelito 10/02/2014

    There's a Iphone 5S for sale on eBay with Flappy bird installed and bids going towards a 100k Reply 0
  • Next-Gen Face-Off: Tomb Raider Definitive Edition

  • sammelito 30/01/2014

    @George-Roper The visual look of the game. Reworked Lara model, higher density vegetation and just about the overall look of the game. Look at the screenshots and judge by yourself. Reply 0
  • sammelito 30/01/2014

    @Suarez07 You keep on proving your incompetence. What does looks have to do with performance? The console versions look better. That does not mean, in any way, that it performs better on a technical level. I guess I deluded you, and not myself. Reply -2
  • sammelito 30/01/2014

    @George-Roper Again, it LOOKS better than the PC version. How did that turn into performance, technical prowess? Reply -1
  • sammelito 29/01/2014

    @George-Roper The console versions look better than the PC version. What are you trying to get at? Reply -2
  • Can a 100 PC graphics card match next-gen console?

  • sammelito 26/01/2014

    It is still more than next-gen is able to achieve.
    That is bold of you to say considering the console versions ran at a locked 30 fps. Unlocking the frame rate would have resulted in the same, if not higher frame rates.

    Bottomline is, if you are smart and do not get crazy resolution like 2k+, but strickly adhere to the 1080p guideline resolution for "next-gen" consoles, and if you have GPU on par with at least GTX670, you are pretty much sitting on gold for the whole PS4/X1 cycle, maybe having few issues near its end.
    Considering these are first year launch titles that were developed on incomplete hardware (PS4's 4GB ram that was increased in february springs to mind) I'd say it is too early to say that just now. Let us wait for the second wave in autumn 2014.
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  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti review

  • sammelito 17/12/2013

    @Suarez07 Why do you avoid the facts? An entire console will everything included costs 399$. A fucking graphics card that at best manages 1080P60FPS at maximum settings costs 550 ALONE. How is that price actually reasonable to any rational human being for increasing the graphics preset one notch from high to ultra and increasing the resolution from 900p to 1080P. 780 TI and 690 matches eachothers? They might match eachother in terms of raw power but they are different chipsets you idiot.
    Yes you could overclock an 780ti but that would raise the already high 85C to a dangerous temperature.
    You have choice which created the double edged sword and nets you bad ports. You bought a ferrari for a highway with a 100 km/h limit. I am done discussing with you since your bias is beyond comprehension.
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  • sammelito 17/12/2013

    @Suarez07 So now you are resorting to throwing mindless insults to defend your incredibly apparent PC fanboyism. I have not seen one comment from you actually bothering to portay the platforms as a neutral and unbiased person. You stink of bias and twist your replies to what you want to answer.
    I omitted mentioning CEX because it omitted my agenda? Close minded and one sided view at best. Does everyone on this website live in the UK? You still havent bothered to put up even one proper argument to our discussion.
    For the record, I live in Sweden and the game prices here are very close when comparing PC and console games with the PC games being 10 cheaper on average. Which AGAIN, is offset by the resale value.
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  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @George-Roper I do not own an xbox one, however, I assume you can just turn off the console and watch TV from your, you know, TV... Reply 0
  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @Suarez07 I am in no way happy, but I lack time to continue here and have to move on, however consider this.
    The GTX 690 is a dual-gpu. This article was about single-gpu performance in high-end games.
    What I was trying to reach was the fact that a 550 card is not enough to justfiy a purchase and crank up the slider of the PS4 version one notch to ultra and achieve the "holy grail" of 60 fps.
    I was initially pointing out that the most powerful single-gpu today still cannot run the higher-than-1080P resolutions at max settings and 60 fps. Why? Most PC gamers downplay consoles because they are so far behind. Well guess what. You are limitied to 1080P if you want full visual flair and 60 fps. Its simple. You cannot take a linear graph and expect a higher Y as a result of buying more powerful hardware
    , X. You buy more power, games increase in complexity. Yes, PC gamers could run 1080P seven years ago when the previous gen consoles released, but you are still limitied to 1080P if you want to maintain the highest visual quality.
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  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @George-Roper A standardized platform. Yeah, sums it up as much as "open platform" does for PC gaming. None actually says much then you think about it.
    Power draw is a concern to be taken account of when you mention "in the long run" It is definitely worth taking into consideration when you are using that respective platform for gaming for the next 6 years or so. If lamps that reduces power draw are sold and bought, why would consoles that draw less than PC's be considered a very weak concern? I personally believe it is a very valuable argument when speaking about price.
    Then we have the resale value. I do never, and I know nobody who sells their games to retailers. Anyone with a decent amount if IQ is smart enough to know there are other ways of getting more value. Selling games at ebay nets you atleast double the amount retailers offer you.
    By the time 2nd hand is gone, consoles would be no more and instead we would have streaming devices with subsriptions. Think netflix for gaming.
    The "big names" release their games on the PC too, mind you, and you are also exposed to their DLC overload. Not all games are moddable, those that has mods however, are great and is one big factor in considering PC gaming in my opinion, and less so about the power aspect, since the last couple of years has been rebranding of cards and games are barely looking better than their predecessors. There is a reason Intel and other manufacturers are now looking to develop cost effective alternatives like APU's. Energy consumption is valuable and should be taken into consideration. Do not underestimate the consumption a high-end PC can draw during full-load.
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  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @Suarez07 Trading games in at game? You see, thats my problem. You judge ALL console gamers and assume they are ALL average joe's. A sensible person would sell their old games on ebay and recieve a higher price, like I did for my PS3 catalouge. Managed to fetch 300% more than what game or any other retailer was offering me. I do not assume you go to some retailer with your old gfx card and trade it in, instead I would guess you are someone that knows his shit and instead sells it online to the highest bidder.
    What annoys me the most about PC gamers is the fact that they draw all console gamers over one line.
    Besides, since when did new games cost 25 on PC? New releases on steam costs 59.99 and a little cheaper if you search elsewhere.
    Would it be wise to assume that all PC gamers are kids that play LoL because it happens to have the biggest demographic and community? NO! Just like it's not fair for you to assume all console gamers are rabid idiots not knowing a shit about gaming as a whole and not just console gaming.
    I just noticed I attracted your ratpack after commenting. Try to read their replies with common sense and decide if they actually differ so much from the common console fanboy in terms of one-sided argumenting.
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  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @Suarez07 I was quoting the article but didn't know how to outline it. Thought it would be obvious I wasn't quoting you. I came to the conclusion that a GTX 70 Ti was just barely capable of running BF4 in 1080P at an average 60 frames per second by looking at the graphs and videos. Is DF lying or am I just making shit up?
    Besides, you compared the PS4 version running 64 player conquest to a radeon 7870 based on the singeplayer, I know it was offtopic, but try to stay unbiased in your future posts if you want any form of credibility.
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  • sammelito 16/12/2013

    @ATARI Since almost your entire comment didn't make any sense, I am gonna answer your last paragraph. You see, thats the problem with these PC oriented articles. The PC fanboys try hard to act neutral and unbiased when comparing PC to consoles and barely bothers to even mention any positive aspects of having a console. Lets take the price argument for example. Commonly said is that PC gaming is cheaper in the long run because of game prices and steam sales. Well great. What about the resale value of buying console games? Where did that argument go? What about the electricity that the respective systems draw? I am sorry, but there are either PC fanboys or console fanboys. Anything inbetween is extremely rare.
    I am probably going to get downvoted for stating the facts, but hey, whatever.
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