S0mewh4tD4m4ged's forum posts

#1 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -
#2 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

Sorry, already traded with a guy on reddit.

#3 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

I'm currently waiting on Amazon to send me preorder codes. I should be receiving Young Dom and Gears of War 1. I will trade one or both to anyone with a valid/unused Young Marcus code. PM me and we can work something out. Hopefully this isn't breaking any forums rules. Thanks in advance.

#4 Edited by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

I can finally make big changes to my lists. Today it works...

#5 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

I have been having issues playing certain new games on my PC. I have an older system that I built back in 2008 and just recently got a new video card. I have been having issues playing Battlefield 3, Crysis 3, and Far Cry 3. I know those 3 games are higher end games but I should be able to play those with a consistent 45-60 fps on low to medium settings at 1080p.

I have played Hitman: Absolution, DMC and Dead Space 3 basically maxed out and get 60-200 fps consistently on those games.

I'm not sure if I have a bottleneck or what. I have cleaned up my PC and set my video card drivers for performance over quality. I only have 40-45 processes running in the background on Windows 7 while I play games. I normally use Fraps to see my FPS.

Here is my system:

I might need to do a reformat because I haven't in about a year. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

#6 Edited by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

I have the same issues. If I delete a game and save it works fine. If I rearrange the list or make changes to the text below the game It gives me the same error.

Just tried on Internet Explorer 9
"Problem occured while processing submission."

#7 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

Thanks for all the replies. I currently have a 670 graphics card so I can in fact play most of the multiplatform games coming in the fall (maybe not on high settings but still run them). For me, I don't see any exclusive titles releasing in the fall that appeal to me. Like I said in an earlier comment, "E3 may show several next gen titles but how many of those will be released along side next gen consoles? I doubt many.". I am mainly interested in 3rd or 1st person shooters/action games. I've read that Battlefield 4 (to me is going to be a console seller) is going to release in 2014. I'm guessing in March because Bad Company 2 released in March of 2010. March is the new November for big games. Battlefield 4 is going to be the game that pushes me to purchase a next gen console. I like playing multiplayer on consoles mainly because they are more organized and less cheating.

The reason that I put in the title "As a gamer" is because, my guess, quite a few people will purchase a next gen console on the multimedia features alone. If Xbox has a deal with Comcast to be able to use your Next Xbox to watch and record movies better than the current Comcast DVR's; I think people will be sold on that feature alone.

Everyone is correct. You have to have exclusive content to sell a system or exclusive features that make a person want to play a title on one system over the next.

#8 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

June 14, 2013: the "Friday" after E3

I think it will end up June 18 because normally games release on Tuesdays in the USA.

#9 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

E3 may show several next gen titles but how many of those will be released along side next gen consoles? I doubt many... Just saying.

#10 Posted by S0mewh4tD4m4ged (437 posts) -

After the sony press event I am still left with a few questions.

Will sony charge to play online?
What will the final price be?
When will it release?

These are the main questions that will be the deciding factor determining which next gen system I will purchase.