Buccura's forum posts

#1 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

@Landon said:

It looks like she became more Asian by the 3rd game.

Yeah I noticed that too. She always did look vaguely Asian, but in 3 she does show it more.

#2 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

Suffice to say that, regardless of whether you had to reconstruct the face in ME3, chances are your Shepard looks quite different from how he/she did in the first and even second game. So, after doing one myself I'd like to see other people's Shepards and how they have changed in look over the trilogy!

Ryalla Shepard

Doesn't have to have the logos and everything like mine, can just be individual shots. I only did that because I tend to be a perfectionist.

(I made this in the Commander Shepard forums but it didn't get any responses, so I'm trying it here)

#3 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

Ssuffice to say that, regardless of whether you had to reconstruct the face in ME3, chances are your Shepard looks quite different from how he/she did in the first and even second game. So, after doing one myself I'd like to see other people's Shepards and how they have changed in look over the trilogy!

Ryalla Shepard

Doesn't have to have the logos and everything like mine, can just be individual shots. I only did that because I tend to be a perfectionist.

#4 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

@myketuna said:

@mosdl

Probably without anti-aliasing, this articleseems to show the card is very low end.

Also, mosdl is right. It'll probably be ugly, but the thread I linked suggests it'll at least work.

Well ME1 doesn't even have anti-aliasing so that isn't even really an issue, and to be honest ME1's visuals have not aged too well anyway.

#5 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

I was wondering if anyone who was more familiar with laptop gaming capabilities than I would know if Mass Effect 1 would run on my laptop for when I'm away from my Desktop. The specs for my laptop are as follows

OS: Windows 7 64-Bit Home Premium

CPU: 2nd Gen Intel I3-2330m 2.20 Quad

RAM: Memory 4GB Shared Single Channel DDR3

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 3000 with up to 1.6GB Dynamic Video Memory.

What I've read online seems to imply I can but I was wanted to ask to be certain.

#6 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

@stillalive: This. That mission was defiantly the high light of Thief 3. Thief has been known for having scary moments, but that mission totally took it up several notches.

#7 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

I'm a PC. And I am very much saddened by this. He was very much visionary and daring, making the bold move of making Computers for the regular person at a time when the idea was laughed at, and it's because of this that technology is what it is today.

I don't act like I know what happens when you die, but whatever it may be, may he be at peace.

#8 Edited by Buccura (213 posts) -
Escapist Article

You certainly don't see this very often, especially with AAA titles. I knew it would sell very well on PC but I never expected it to actually outsell consoles. That's pretty amazing.
#9 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

Well it's a start. Still will only use Origin if I really really really REALLY have to in order to play BF3 and ME3.

#10 Posted by Buccura (213 posts) -

I'm been having a bit of an itch for an open ended Space Combat sim recently, games such as Privateer or Freelancer (Both of which I have). Though, I'm looking for one that has high acclaim but also does not cost too much, but also does not have an incredibly deep learning curve. I don't mind depth at all, but at the same time I don't want to have to spend an hour learning basic flight controls or how to find missions.

Any suggestions?

Also, the games I have that fit this category are Wing Commander Privateer, Privateer 2, Freelancer, and Tachyon The Fringe.