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My policy is to only buy games when they are at least one year old. They are cheaper, you often get free DLC and all the bugs are worked out. Being a day 1 game purchaser is a fast-track ticket to disappointment. In 2021 I might find the time to play God of War, Spiderman, Death Stranding, Outer Worlds etc, all games I have deliberately left alone until now.

 

I mean, I wont find the time because I have 2 kids but you know what I mean 🙂

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22 hours ago, Freemorpheme said:

My policy is to only buy games when they are at least one year old. They are cheaper, you often get free DLC and all the bugs are worked out. Being a day 1 game purchaser is a fast-track ticket to disappointment. In 2021 I might find the time to play God of War, Spiderman, Death Stranding, Outer Worlds etc, all games I have deliberately left alone until now.

 

I mean, I wont find the time because I have 2 kids but you know what I mean 🙂

To many games to play, whit not much free time is a pain in the butt. ☺️

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The game is increadible and completely playable.

 

Yes, it's a bit glitchy right now but in the 18h I have already played I didn't have a single crash and only one sidequest (!!!) bugged out slightly which did not stop me from completing it. The shitstorm on the net is way, way overblown, at least when it comes to PC version. I have a 2070 Super and for what it visually offers, it runs really well. DLSS still is black magic. It's literally free performance for a very, VERY minor visual hit.

 

For me, even in it's current state it's easily one of the best games of the decade.

The game just oozes style and cool, the artdirection is increadible and the story and characters are very, very well written.

 

For anybody on the fence: if you can live with minor visual glitches, a world that is more set dressing than GTA (because the focus is definitly not on rampaging on the streets unlike GTA) and just enjoy a well written story I will still recommend it.

If you expect the second coming of christ and the best and most perfect game ever, it's not for you.

 

 

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I have a confession to make:  I have never played a console game in my life.  I am highly prone to motion sickness and when the games first came out, the motions were just so choppy I found myself getting both eye-strain, headaches and nausea.  

 

Then the graphics started to become so good, that I stayed away in fear of becoming discouraged. The bar is set very high by these games - so high and in real time, that in order for your work to stand out you need to be at the professional 3D level.  As an un-trained hobbyist, I am quite content to not compete in that area....there is enough inspiration from the talented artists on this forum that I don't need it created for me in real time with all the ease of turning on the PC.

 

Personally, I think that abundance of outstanding CGI out there in all forms of media really warps the public perception of just how much work, training, and time it takes.  Little do they realize that when you open the program all you get is a plane in a 50% gray world...and then you start from there one polygon at a time.  They also don't realize how technical it is and that it requires people who are both right brain and left brain adept.  Because it is everywhere, it must be easy to produce?  Right?   I mean if you can spend 8 hours in a fully realized 3D world playing a game then it has to be no harder than cutting and pasting with PowerPoint art.  True?

 

Yeah....who needs to be reminded of all that when you are looking for down time.

 

Dave

 

 

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3 hours ago, 3D-Pangel said:

... Little do they realize that when you open the program all you get is a plane in a 50% gray world...and then you start from there one polygon at a time.  They also don't realize how technical it is and that it requires people who are both right brain and left brain adept. ...

 

 

I jumped into this as a hobby several years ago without realizing this. I have much greater appreciation for the people that do this for any profession (movies, games, architecture, etc.) If you try and explain it to some people they look at you and go, "What's a poly?" Haha. Sorry, to sidetrack the thread. 

 

I think CP looks awesome, but I'll wait for a while as well. 

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Is there generally an ability in PC games to lock the framerate? I am a bit of an oddity in gaming: I dont like high framerates. Anything above 30fps looks very unreal to me. I can imagine that most next gen console games will be aiming for 60+, but in some games there used to be an option to lock framerate to 30, I wonder if that will be possible on new consoles. Or if not, presumably I will be able to do that on the PC.

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4 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

Well look at that ! Sony have stopped selling it while they sort the problems...

 

https://twitter.com/i/events/1339756155610963968

 

CBR

Yup, that how good it is. It never happened for AAA game. Now game is Microsoft exclusive basically as they didnt do the same. Next few days gonna be interesting. 🙂 

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9 hours ago, Freemorpheme said:

Is there generally an ability in PC games to lock the framerate? I am a bit of an oddity in gaming: I dont like high framerates. Anything above 30fps looks very unreal to me. I can imagine that most next gen console games will be aiming for 60+, but in some games there used to be an option to lock framerate to 30, I wonder if that will be possible on new consoles. Or if not, presumably I will be able to do that on the PC.

 

You can either use your NVidia Driver Software for that or Software like RTSS (Riva Tuner Statistics Server).

 

Most games nowadays include a framerate cap though.

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I almost never purchase AAA games at release time. I wait at least a year or 18 months, or so, when all the major bugs have been squashed and I can get it at 30% of the official price (or lower), all DLCs become available in special "ultimate edition" deals, and the community/developers have had time to improve the base game.

 

And I play games on all platforms throughout game history through emulation. Yesterday I played through Cesar the Cat on the C64 in one short sitting - what accomplishment! 😜

 

Although I did get AC:Valhalla for free with my new 3900 CPU - but still waiting to get my hands on either a 3080 or 3090 before I am going to play it. And wait a couple of months for the major bugs to be squashed, of course. No haste. It generally is a good idea to stay away from the hype surrounding new games.

 

I am patient and it gets me the best game experience at the lowest price ☺️

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1 minute ago, NikoleJennes said:

I don`t think that I will buy cyberpunk at all.. But maybe its just because I am too `old` abot games, I got a decent pc but I am still waiting for a lineage2 new server, whats wrong with me xd 

Just save your money, trust me, this game is far from finished and in this state is not worth of your money. After playing few hours I simply put it aside and had fun with Death Stranding. 🙂

 

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