I remember seeing this game years ago and thinking it looked cool and now that it's on steam for 20.00 I might have to pick it up. Has anyone played the PC version? If so what did you think of it. Good? Bad?
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Click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER
Click on software
Click on Eidos
Click on Deus Ex:HRDC
The third line down should be D3D11_CREATE_DEVICE_PREVENT_INTERNAL_THREADING_OPTIMIZATIONS
Double click on this and change the value from 0 to 1. This made things better but not as good as the original version of the game.
So I just picked this up off steam for 5 bucks because I own the reg version and the DLC. The second it started I knew there was something wrong. The splash screens were stuttering and going very slow and you cant skip them. Once I made it to the menu the mouse was also stuttering and moving weird. Once I got into the game the voices in the cut scenes did not match up to the mouths of the characters. Everything just looks kinda shitty now. That's the only way I can explain it. Has anyone else out there been having problems like this.
I need hotline miami cards # 2,3,5,and 6.
Tomb Raider # 4 and 7
Alan Wake 2 and 4
Don't Starve 2, 3 and 4
Borderlands 2 card 2.
So I finally got around to playing borderlands 2 and i'm having some issues. My main issue is the map. It has been showing things that just are not there, like ammo and health vending machines. They show up on the map but not in the game. Also I used alt-tab to check my email quick the other day and when I was done I went to click on the BL2 icon but before I clicked I noticed it said Borderlands 2 (32 bit DX9). Is there a way to play in DX10 or 11?
I just spent the last 30 minutes talking to a "Microsoft support" person. They called me out of the blue saying my computer is "totally infected with malicious software" and "showing" me how infected my PC was and telling me how my computer will implode if I don't do something about it. Then here's the kicker for just $299 they can renew my software warranty forever (on any PC and all future Windows platforms) and "help" me remove all these malicious files. So I said "$299; I would literally take a baseball bat to my computer before I pay $299 to Microsoft for this." Unfortunately they had another offer of $99 for 10 year coverage, which I declined then was promptly hung up on.
So was this actually MS support or just a phishing scam? I really hope it was not really Microsoft because if it really was them then they are doing some really shitty business.
Got the same call last week. They wanted my PC password so they could remove the spyware remotely they also wanted 200.00 from my credit card.