NoRemnants's forum posts

#1 Edited by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

It was downloading the extra data. What is your connection like?

#2 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

The online aspect is very disappointing. The city feels small and uninteresting compared to something like Burnout Paradise. Racing is fun but I have noticed quite a few bugs (side swiping a guard rail and being instantly turned around to face the other way, Respawning facing a cliff/wall, etc.)

#3 Edited by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

It's just a cable. It should be perfectly fine. If it were a power brick like the XBO I would say no.

#4 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

Anyone know where to find the rankings for teams/individual streams by money raised?

#5 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

Killzone, and AC4 are my launch games. I also have NFS:Rivals preordered from Amazon but it says Nov 22 for the release date. Does anyone know if that is correct?

#6 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

A bit of a mix between Vinny and Brad. I am a completionist like Vinny but I enjoy the occasional competitive game like Brad.

#7 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

@the_ruiner: To expand on your example. Recent technologies and modern browsers have made it easy to do complex stuff like radial meters so people look to use these new techniques whenever they can.

#8 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

I went in blind for the first 6ish hours and then started using a walkthrough/wiki because I want to be finished by the PS4 launch.

#9 Posted by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

@darji: I decided against CARS because it's not due out until Q4 2014.

#10 Edited by NoRemnants (385 posts) -

@csl316: I did this comparison based specifically on Brad's comments that there is currently better looking stuff than the PS4/XB1 on the PC. He also mentioned that it wasn't the case last time around. I just wanted to go back and compare since I remembered Far Cry and Doom 3 looking better than any of the 360 launch games.

Framerates and resolutions have always been better on PC, that is nothing new.