Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 26 Jan 2010.
epic fail this was released on tomshardware earlier today
Which is a big disaster if you don't read that site...
dual layer DVD-rom. i didn't know that was mainstream? i tought it was for freaks that absolutetly and positively had to put more than 4.7 on a single disk.
there is however, 'dl' denoted on my dvd-drive. i guess that is 'dual layer'.
dual layer dvd writers are quite cheap now you can pick one up on amazon for Â£18 or arround the same as a standard dvd writer
win2k not supported, interesting.
I don't see Bit-tech claiming this is a breaking news exclusive?
Hope Ubisoft has used the extra months to finetune the game for the PC version. Assasins Creed 1 was very playable but the official method for quitting the game still has me baffled.
Everything has to be epic these days it seems. sigh
Epic fail shanky, everyone thinks your an idiot now
Bias and shoddy reviews, steer clear!
More importantly, you forgot to mention that the game is $60. It seems like MW2 has set a precedent...
Not defending the higher than standard retail price but the game does include 2 DLC packs.
Wow this is a strange feeling. For one in my life my computer passes the recommended requirements....except for the GPU Oh well it's about on par with a 4770 I think so I'll be fine
Any idea what DRM it's using?
Ha my donkey's years old 939 pc still scrapes through the minimum specs! Although, if it wasn't for the overclock from 2GHz to 2.5GHz I'd be screwed. Definitely time for an upgrade - just need to water the money tree more!
Its an amazing game on the xbox, but I suspect it'll be using Drac DRM of some sort :\
unless you guys are talking bout the black edition
thanks for the compliment XP
Its required to have an internet connection to store save games on Ubisoft servers:
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