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News Square Enix reveals Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC requirements

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  1. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    The Intel Core i7-3770K , how goes that compare speed wise to the Core i5 2500ks?

    I comfortably meet the recommended RAM and GPU but worry I will start to see CPU bottlenecks on newer games with my older CPU and Motherboard combo.
     
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    The 2500 is starting to show it's age a bit now. Time wooshes by and you forget it's now a 5 year old CPU. Shouldn't be too big a deal though.
     
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    So excited for this game :):):)
     
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    David Take my advice — I’m not using it.

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    After the utter sh!te that was Human Revolution, they can kiss my hairy ar$e.
     
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    We must have been playing two very different games with the same name... the one I played was incredible.
     
  7. David

    David Take my advice — I’m not using it.

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    Clearly. It was a soulless cash-in on the Deus Ex name and little else, IMO.
     
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    I got to the end.... and I'd played it in a manner that should only warrant, surely, one outcome... much was my dismay when I could just complete all endings without the need to walk a particular path.

    Till that point, I was having an alright time. You know, like, not a bad time. But once I knew that what I was doing, and all my choices, were pointless, I just stopped playing; assuming that all the worlds problems would just resolve themselves in someone else's game.

    Why the **** should I play like a saint, if at the end I can get the saint's ending..... Mother truckers.
     

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