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Re: Bioshock

Post by csendesmark » Sat Sep 22, 2007 18:11

ScottishDuckHunter wrote:
csendesmark wrote:I played out this game yesterday!
This is the G.O.T.Y '07 :) (until now)

But I'm waiting for CRYSIS (the only challege in this year on the GOTY competition)

BioShock is a good game, because the story is awesome, the graphis is also good (Unreal 3.0 engine)
the sounds are horroristic ;)


I would calm yourself down, im not going to say how i know but very soon crytek is going to delay the release of crysis to next year. Why? Vista still isn't good enough :/

Oh yea and i think Bioshock is actually a modded Unreal 2.5 :)

Bioshock is actually U3.0 as the MOHA
(and if I right: U2.5 do not support special DX10 effect...)

They delaying the Demo, the final CRYSIS release will be out in nov 15(AUS) & 16(EU-US)
(and I already preordered it ;) :) :alien: )
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Re: Bioshock

Post by WarraWarra » Sat Sep 22, 2007 19:11

Bioshock or not I have to get UT3 hopefully it would have the default linux installer. NOV 2007

If bioshock is U3 based then wow imagine what ut3 would be like.

Duck going to post a q6600 question in portage maybe you can answer it. Thanks

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Re: Bioshock

Post by csendesmark » Sat Sep 22, 2007 20:30

WarraWarra wrote:If bioshock is U3 based then wow imagine what ut3 would be like.

If??? :)

Wiki link
of course it is
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Re: Bioshock

Post by WarraWarra » Sun Sep 23, 2007 0:41

LOL I needed coffee air is very thin here today = me brain dead / forrest gump today.

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Re: Bioshock

Post by random guy » Sun Sep 23, 2007 4:10

ya i really really really want to play bioshock. i was even considering spending the insane amount of cash to upgrade my really old system. but it is so old that i would probably need to upgrade everything. sigh i wish there was an easier way to play bioshock where i didnt have to totally beef up this system or get a new one (and other than gettings a 360, i hate microsoft).

looks like i might end up playing bioshock a little later than the rest of you... :( :(

EDIT: i hadent seen much about crysis before one of you said that it might beat bioshock as game of year. looked at the trailers and although it looks good i am dieing to play bioshock more than crysis. i dont like those stealth games as much.
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Re: Bioshock

Post by ScottishDuckHunter » Sun Sep 23, 2007 13:42

Bioshock runs very well without needing a monster PC.

A decent Dual Core PC should let you play on Full ;)
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Re: Bioshock

Post by csendesmark » Sun Sep 23, 2007 21:20

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