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Originally Posted by RambleWhat sort of frames do you get with mid range stuff on HQ?
Originally Posted by TomD22I wonder if you could provide a little detail on the effects of "force global lighting"?
I've had it off since I read at some point (I forget where, possibly the widescreengamers forum) that this actually reduces the lighting quality - forces static global lights as opposed to having dynamic lights, which would make sense actually seeing as it's disabled by default even if you choose the highest graphics quality settings. But your review suggests that it's better to turn it on. Just curious who's right, and whether you investigated the difference in-game between the two :)
Originally Posted by GamingHoboFrankly I'm more than happy to sacrifice a few water effects for the 360 version. I still think it's the definitive version of the game, i.e. the way the game was designed to be played - as evidenced by the balance of difficulty. Moreover, if the original FOV was the one the developers decided on then that's the one I want to use, not the one decided upon by some widescreen zealots who got themselves in a tizzy because it's not what *they* wanted.
Originally Posted by CardJoe the ex-looking glass team (System Shock 2, which was very similar to BioShock).
Originally Posted by Bindibadgi/strokes ex-looking glass employees.
Originally Posted by kenco_ukLast para - page 6 - "does a good job of creating the a realistic-looking shadow" - omit 'a'.
Nice review :) I wonder if there'll be a re-release of the game without securom in the near future?
Originally Posted by xionThe distortion effect of the water/window barrier is so in your face false it takes the shine off the obvious effort used throughout the rest of the levels. Dont get me wrong i think the concept is great, and will be playing this for some time, it just didn't feel polished.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiOi! Respect your elders!
/bundles them into a bag and takes them home.
Originally Posted by Seraphim WorksCuriosity and lack of desire to download an enormous demo on a 0.5mb connection means I'm forced to ask this.
Has anyone got any idea how this will play with the following at 1680 x 1050?
*mutters something about a p4 at 3.2ghz and scurries away*
Is it worth my while, or should I just wait until I finally get hold of a new mobo and a q6600 (Finally, CAD rendering won't be a mission)?
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