how is the pc port of this game? Any pros or cons to playing it on the console? I have a pc that can play most new games, i have everything maxed on BL2. Thanks for any info!
pc or console?
It's great. Played around 20 hours, with both kb/m and a gamepad, both work stellar. Performance will probably not be an issue for you, since it's rather light on eye candy. Got a fair amount of graphic options though ( including FoV, if you're into that ). Barely saw any bugs, nor heard / read of one PC specific.
I'd say go for it.
The good thing about the game is that it'll be good on any system you get it on. If graphics performance is your thing you might find this article interesting. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-dishonored-face-off
I was on the fence between ps3 and pc, but after realising that my laptop was able to run it adequately, it was a no-brainer.
It's not a "port" as far as I know. They were developed across all platforms jointly, in house; even allowing developers with a preference for one system to work on that version. So, technically the PC version is better in all ways, and if you have a PC that has decent specs you should get it for the PC.
The Quicksave/ Quickload system on the PC is super convenient for a game like this.. Plus I dunno about load times off a HDD but off my SSD it's almost instantaneous..
This is a huge reason why I got the game on PC too, and I am so glad I did. In these stealth games (I'm playing as stealth) I save and load a hell of a lot and having quick load times is very handy. I played Dues Ex on 360 and the load times got really annoying.
Visually it looks great and works great with a 360 controller.
Plays great with a gamepad, for analog control while perched on a narrow platform, unless you're trying to be a badass ninja you might need the extra hotkeys and rapid mouse swiping for that kind of play. Either way there's a satisfying Mirror's Edge-i-ness to the first-person movement; bending your knees as you land, nice head bob effect while turning, etc.
Plays great with a gamepad, for analog control while perched on a narrow platform, unless you're trying to be a badass ninja like this guy - might need the extra hotkeys and rapid mouse swiping for that kind of play. Either way there's a satisfying Mirror's Edge-i-ness to the first-person movement; bending your knees as you land, nice head bob effect while turning, etc.
You might want to warn people that the link has some spoilers.
For hotkeys alone I'd recommend the pc version. Console versions having to pause a bit to select powers kills immersion greatly.
Also, I have to give them a round of applause for including headbobbing and POV options. For people who get motion sickness, it's a godsend. IF that's your thing too.
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