Discussion in 'PC Games' started by ChinoPD, Dec 2, 2016.
haha ok, must have missed that
but still my point about crouching in the game still stands!
it seems to be highest rated PC resident evil to date..
i only just started this game
Same, the games fantastic. The grfx in this cater to a certain art style.
I'm a grfx whore btw.
it's got the atmosphere down...it's pretty much like PT but someone had the balls to make it and release it #fuckkonami
Exactly, those "terrible" grfx add to the atmosphere.
i dunno why the game defaulted to an interlaced rendering mode, the internal render buffer to 80%, and the rest of the settings to low or off when i can do just fine at 1080p60 with most of the settings on the highest.
Weird, mine defaulted to max.
might have something to do with that mobile gpu you run....
It's a pretty beefy gpu it would be quicker then a stock gtx 1060 or match it.
doesn't matter. i rejigged the game settings and it runs really nice at 1080p...not so much at 4k though.
Game over. Fantastic game. Even right near the end the game still managed to unnerve me from time to time thanks to that VR. My niggles would be that the most tense and hardest part of the game is the first hour. It becomes far more easier to handle once your familiar Resident Evil tools come into play after that. Still a great experience from beginning to end. I would have liked to use my toys a bit more towards the end of the game. Ended up saving all the good ammo then never using it. Bah!
denuvo has already been cracked within the first week.
Denuvo down for the count.
I never really got into the RE series. It's always been that I don't find enough resources to continue, and get stuck trying to get away from some monster/boss.
I really want to try this one and maybe it's the way I play them... Any tips?
this one is quite a bit different to the previous entries.
tip, play the free demo. If you like it then think about buying it.
I've been watching Pewdiepie's videos of the game. It seems way too expensive for a short, limited gameplay, linear type thing.
I was like this when I first started with RE2. Don’t shoot everything that moves, if you have the space to run around the enemy do it. Plan your routes, don’t just run around hoping to stumble on to something, use your map. In every new area find a map asap.
even in the new one, running away or knocking back an enemy are preferred tactics plenty of the time.
On normal difficulty I killed every enemy in the game and I had plenty of ammo left. My advice would be to search everywhere and pick up everything