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You should all definitely give this game a chance! It introduces a lot of unique gameplay systems that its worth taking a look. (I don't think Brad's quicklook did that game justice)
You can watch my youtube-video-gameplay-playthrough here:
Sorry guys, it was totally my fault. I uninstalled the nvidia Experience nonsense, and manually updated my graphic drivers and now on 1920x1080 and high settings works fine!
I might try that fix thou
Hi everyone, please help with any advice possible.
So here are the specs of my laptop:
i7- 3630M CPU @ 2.40GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M
8 GB of RAM
Windows 8.1 64 bit
And when I put the game on 1920x1080, even on minimum graphic settings and vsync off I get maybe 15 FPS tops :(
Shouldn't the game run better on my current machine? I think the problem is fixable, I just don't know what to do :(
please help, thank you
EDIT:Sorry guys, it was totally my fault. I uninstalled the nvidia Experience nonsense, and manually updated my graphic drivers and now on 1920x1080 and high settings works fine!
Both games are excellent and so different from each other that its really hard to vote in this context.
Mass Effect 2 had an amazing story and some of the best and most memorable characters of any game EVER, with cool choices and consequences.
It was a real highlight of the generation, that's for sure.
I think Dark Souls is a great game too, but I think most of it's value is that it offers something unique and different in an otherwise pretty predictable market (not counting indie games).
But I do feel like there is more room for improvement in a "Dark-Souls-type-of-game" than in a "Mass-Effect-2-type-of-game". In my opinion, from those two games, ME2 did better what it was set out to do then what DS.
That's why I voted ME2.
Love both those games and will play them again for sure!
OOooo woow, totaly a tough call. RDR should get the praise for the ballsiest/best ending of the generation.
Voted Dark Souls thou. That game is really special and there are not many games like it (for better or for worse).
I'm usually put off by the soap-opera-bullshit-Japanese drama that Anime games tend to have. Anime art style is completely OK by me... I voted NO
In the room with the cauldron, just before the ritual "courtyard" you can see a cave painting on the wall depicting men with spears and shields fighting of some big, spider like creatures. I also thought it was kinda strange how she leaped the big channel where you first meet the invisible giant, so that makes sense too.
So the twist with the spider lady is not so out of the blue... But yeah, that game is not that great, a lot of contrived story, gameplay and puzzle mechanics. I could EASILY name 10 better games, just not this year :P
I was gonna pass on that game anyway, after reading this, I wish I can pass on it twice... -.-
@believer258: Even more so, Dog, dude! That robot was so helpful and charming.
Dog from Half Life 2. His actions make you feel even more grateful because he is a robot that cannot communicate with you and doesn't understand you. But he always does the right thing in his own, charming way.I think the chapter where you're infiltrating the Citadel or leading the resistance wave is a pretty good part of the game to showcase the Dog.
Definitely Dark Souls as mentioned before.Maybe you can showcase it on Gargoyles bosses by summoning the Sun Knight NPC. That can help show the way player-to-player summoning works too ;)
Shadow of the Colossus. Near the end when Agro dies, it's devastating. And you can help but feeling only gratitude and love towards him for being with you through everything and always being by your side.