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    Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

    They need to start making games as games. Entertainment that can last hours on a computer screen but at the same time can be played by MOST computers. I could care less if it's the greatest graphical giant... if it wont play on my computer. I know some people did upgrade or buy new systems for Crysis, but I would NEVER buy a computer for a game.
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    • #3
      Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

      I just hope it'll be as good as it sounds and not just a boring shooter with exceptional graphics like Crysis was. They certainly are promising something though...I'd love to read more about this.

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      • #4
        Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

        Agreed with Punisher, to many games now focus just on the graphics. Who cares that it looks good when your bored after 10 minutes. Some of the best games were just simple games.

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        • #5
          Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

          Nothing wrong with pushing the envelope on graphics! Innovation is always good!


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          • #6
            Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

            I think scalability is key. I personally like to push my computer to bring out the best balance of perfomance and visuals in a game. If the game can be tweaked via in game menus then the people with uber computers can see all the eye candy and the rest of us can modify as needed to still enjoy the game.

            I think most games now have a good look to them, I haven't found that most games now have great game play. I would take todays graphics with tomorows features and story lines.

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            • #7
              Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

              yeah i completely agree with you guys.. story is the most important part of the game.. and the fun on it too..
              games that has only good graphics and no fun and story is just plain boring..
              If you show your head then your dead....

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              • #8
                Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                It's about scalability.

                GTAIV for the PC can push the limits of my 4870. Though for me it's more CPU limited because I only have a dual core 2.8GHz 5600+
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                • #9
                  Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                  Well. I could care less.



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                  • #10
                    Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                    Thats the exact reason why i like to play bf2. the game is nearly 4 years old and it is still one of the most epic games immaginable. I could play that longer than i could ever play the COD series. It just gets so old but bf2 keeps on giving after playing for over 2 years
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                    • #11
                      Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                      Games cannot be all about graphics I agree. While I expect a game nowadays to have at least polished graphics, it's not everything.

                      I still go back and play the original Fallout not for the graphics, but because the writing and story are top notch.


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                      • #12
                        Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                        Originally posted by Vulcan View Post
                        Nothing wrong with pushing the envelope on graphics! Innovation is always good!
                        Innovation? Wheres the innovation in better graphics than the rest?

                        a game with better graphics is released several times a year, and is the most predictable thing in the games industry.

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                        • #13
                          Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                          Originally posted by warpig1292 View Post
                          Thats the exact reason why i like to play bf2. the game is nearly 4 years old and it is still one of the most epic games immaginable. I could play that longer than i could ever play the COD series. It just gets so old but bf2 keeps on giving after playing for over 2 years
                          I don't know if I would call it "epic"... ok I definitely wouldn't call it epic... but it is a decent game. Good blend of decent graphics, and gameplay (controls, vehicle options, etc).

                          Unfortunately as long as people buy these high tech games like Crysis... they'll keep making them bigger (in terms of graphics). Some idiots (and sorry if this applies to you, but it's STUPID) actually bought computer systems JUST for Crysis. That shows these companies that graphics are in demand... even if the majority can't play it, or want more involved games (with stories, options, etc).

                          But with the economy the way it is now... these companies are going to start to get a rude awakening. Look at Left 4 Dead... they had more sales with the half price campaign than when offered at full price. People don't care to pay full price for these things much anymore. A game like this (or like Crysis) will need to demand full price to make up for the time put into it. I just think they'll be surprised when they don't get it.
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                          • #14
                            Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                            Originally posted by Punisher View Post
                            Look at Left 4 Dead... they had more sales with the half price campaign than when offered at full price. People don't care to pay full price for these things much anymore.


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                            • #15
                              Re: The next graphical juggernaut to rival Crysis

                              Originally posted by Punisher View Post
                              Some idiots (and sorry if this applies to you, but it's STUPID) actually bought computer systems JUST for Crysis. That shows these companies that graphics are in demand... even if the majority can't play it, or want more involved games (with stories, options, etc)
                              I just put together a Q6600, 260gtx system so that i could play PR (mostly) on high everything. I know it sounds like a bit of overkill and i do plan on loading up some more current games but TBH i havent been that impressed with many of the newer games released. Ive got my hopes up for the new total war title and COH expansion but as far as multiplayer, mulit-assented, combined arms games, BF2 stands alone.

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