I finished this yesterday, the ending was pretty anti-climactic but overall it was an okay game. Now we get into the LiVe sErViCe crap with the weekly insurgencies. Good way to earn Moneda, I guess, but also why does the game need three currencies (four if you count uranium) in the first place?
You know, I loved FH4 but honestly I don't see much of a reason to buy this. I might try it since I still have Game Pass until January, but all of the wheelspins and random crap just did not appeal to me. I also hated the exclusive cars that you could only get in some random event and then...
Okay, but this:
Sure, that is accurate, but it's also sort of a dick response - people crowdfunded this game and the complete lack of communication is not acceptable for ANY crowdfunding venture.
None of that has anything to do with English not being the primary language - it was pretty clear...
Not sure if it's considered the same franchise, but World of Warcraft. I have played Warcraft 1-3, though. Realized I already posted this earlier, lol.
There aren't many that I've never played period, but several that I have very limited experience with and maybe played part of one of the...
It did seem kind of random that it showed up all of a sudden, and the mission itself wasn't super fleshed out. It seemed more like an advertisement for Trejo's Tacos than anything, but it did amuse me.
I dunno, I barely got it out of the garage when I got attacked by a soldier who blew it up almost immediately. It did have that cool minigun, though.
I was hoping it would be able to be spawned later but I didn't see it available.
I think I'm probably going skip most of the side activities to try to get through the last missions and finish up. Honestly, getting kind of bored of the game. I realized too that I never even used like 90% of the weapons in the game because they were just objectively worse.
I was using a Pro controller the whole time, so it wasn't that, though I do struggle a bit with the controls and keeping all of the shoulder buttons straight. They certainly do utilize pretty much every button on there.
True, but I wasn't buying an Xbox just for it. Other than maybe the physics, I am not sure it did much over other PC titles at the time, ultimately.
My experience with it is playing Halo 1 and 2 a bit in college dorms, but not much beyond that.
There is a lot of trial and error in the boss fights, which can be frustrating because a lot of the time it will start you a little ways back from where the boss room is when you die. The final boss is the worst with that elevator ride every time.
I still haven't gone back and beaten the final...
I get the complaint, I guess, but I find it amusing if anything. I think the "outrage" over this is overblown.
That said, I have never gotten an email from Ubisoft about this so I guess I have that stuff turned off. I have seen screenshots of other emails with Castillo taunting you as well -...
Yeah, I can only speak to what the game is telling me, which is that it should only be using roughly 6 GB of VRAM at my chosen settings, but I get a constant "Low VRAM" notice in the corner with HD textures enabled.
I agree it seems like a bug or some issue they need to work out.
They certainly didn't fix the HD textures issue.
Why is it that when you enable HD textures, it shows a bump of like maybe 1 GB of VRAM usage in the menu, but in game I constantly get a "low VRAM" warning at the upper-right and the textures look like shit? What a poorly-coded system.
Out of those apps the only thing I might have running is Discord, which really shouldn't be an issue since it's a piece of software designed to be used with voice chat for gaming.
I've only had like one other map crash since the first one, thankfully.