- Apr 15, 2009
Since the in-house apparently put the PC so low in consideration that they would let another studio handle it completely, perhaps it's a GOOD thing that they aren't the ones doing it?
Not online, but on a LAN. But yeah, still stupid as hell.Khushal said:Wait you need a 360 controller to play online on a pc?! How does that... why would they... The Fuck!?!?!Irridium said:They did Kane and Lynch 2, not 1.
Granted Kane and Lynch 2 wasn't that great either. Since if you wanted to play on a LAN, you need to use a 360 controller. And this is not mentioned anywhere.
So yeah, things already aren't exactly looking great.
I am completely baffled by this...
Porting from PC to console usually just means reducing graphics/level size so the console could handle it.GeneticallyModifiedDucks said:But the game was ported to PS2, mostly intact. That certainly says something, doesn't it?Doom972 said:Sound like this is going to be a repeat of Deus Ex: Invisible War.
The original Deus Ex was so great because it was developed for the PC and so the limitations of the consoles weren't a problem.
Yeah, I got that. But as far as I know the console version is the only one that's seen the light of day and furthermore, if the console version is OMG THAT GOOD, it's a good sign for the PC release as well.Void(null) said:PC Version
Okay, that's a little ridiculous. Unless you're being ironic. I honestly can't tell.jeretik said:This was never going to turn out well, people. Keep in mind that the guy in command is not Warren Spector and he doesn't have a clue about Thief and System Shock; therefore, he cannot make a good Deus Ex game.
Name me 5 Console to PC ports where the PC version was "OMG THAT GOOD!" Because I can easily name you 5 Console to PC ports where the Console version was amazing and the PC version was a buggy and broken, unoptimized mess.Andy Chalk said:
Dont forget that everytime that the game's PC community made a 3rd party patch to include options to change game options, like field of view, bastards at gearbox would patch it out!Void(null) said:Boarderlands
Network code from console hell. Console Menu's and inventory management.
Didn't you play the first Deus Ex title after seeing the trailers? So that you could catch up with the continuity? Well, I guess something good came out of it!GrizzlerBorno said:The First few awesome trailers for this game had pushed my proverbial "interest meter" pretty high for this game.
Now it seems that the sole purpose of Eidos Montreal and this Nixxes people, is to try and whittle that meter into the negative.......and it's getting there, trust me.