The biggest difference is that it's noticeably better looking, thanks to the ability to run at full 1920x1080 resolution and, if you make a simple tweak to an .ini file in the Dead Rising 3 directory, can run with an uncapped frame rate.
(Create a text file and rename it to “user.ini”, then paste in: “gmpcr_unlock_frame_rate = True” with no quotes. Place it in the same folder as deadrising3.exe before running the game.)
EDITED - thanks to Madjoki's info (see post below me):
At least we don't have to do too much DLC chasing.
The PC version comes equipped w/ DR3 base-game + ALL most of the DLC right out the gate.
And I damn sure will not buy ASAP - wait for inevitable damn-cheap Steam sale, as always.
Y u not get it for ps4, nub. Me and Motiv will be playing Destiny while u pc peasants idle your cards.
I might care quite a bit more about Destiny, when a PC-version actually gets announced.
Enjoy #FakeyBroing a fortune on consoles + console-games at launch when the servers will get slaughtered w/ an always-online game - while I'll wait for Destiny PC to arrive as I'm likely killing my cheap ever-growing backlog + playing games that are already here on the PC.
BTW, I've spent a little over $30 on D3 + RoS on PC ($10 for D3 during TRU blowout; $20 for RoS recently from BB).
I doubt console versions can be had that cheap for Ultimate Evil Edition.
Also, given that it sounds like Bungie + Activision spent a fortune on Destiny - I think a PC-version is eventually inevitable. They're gonna need to make some of that money back by getting it on every platform. And well, CoD can't do all the work for Acti in selling tons of high-priced copies, you know?
I have a Witchdoctor. I've mainly stuck w/ shooting some kinds of darts from distance (burning ones, now - they do massive damage, whereas splinter shoots tons at lower damage); throwing up walls of zombies to slow-down and keep enemies away; having a small-army of monsters that do a lot of my dirty-work when I'm not close; and I also kept sacrificing some of my small-army when I sent them to enemies + re-spawning them when I get kills - all which result in very nice amounts of damage.
It's that "requires an existing paid account" part that's confusing me. I thought Guild wars was free to play after the initial purchase. Is that just a poorly worded way of saying that you need to own one of the game/expansion(s) on steam to play the steam version of EotN?
All of GW1's content is B2P period (buy-to-play).
No additional fees.
Just buy one of the stand-alone games to play whatever content you buy + whenever their servers are up.
Yes, you do need to own one of the stand-alone games before you can do GWEN (Guild Wars: Eye of the North).
Stand-alone GW games = GW (original); GW: Factions (stand-alone expansion); and or GW: NightFall (stand-alone expansion).
That's b/c GWEN is for HIGH-LEVEL char's.
I've never touched GWEN's content b/c...well, I've never finished any of the GW stand-alones.
Hence why I've re-installed everything GW-related today, after all y'all been talking about GW.
Damn really. Wish they could just list it out. Thanks tho.
Don't think it's anything I can really use anyways, when I went to confirm my purchase for the pre-order of 2K15 nothing applied so it's probably just leftover credit from stuff I've bought in the past that only applies to certain games.
As OCD as this sounds - I keep my Amazon Promo + Coupon E-Mails and have them filtered separately (away from my usual influx of Amazon sorted mails) in e-mails, as such.
That's b/c Amazon DVG's system for their coupons + promos are....non-existent, pretty much.
Other than contacting CS, it's unfortunately really the only way to track this stuff.
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