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Posted by MysterD on Yesterday, 09:52 PM
I know I should not say this.... hopefully I don't regret tomorrow, but...
I have a 270X and I didn't think ever on getting the 4GB VRAM.
My 270X 2GB VRAM was around $230 a couple of months ago.....damn it, I wish Canary Islands could have those american prices.
Yeah in my dreams.... I know.
Edit. The MyD GeForce GTX 960 2GB???? VRAM was around $329 btw.
FTFY - I have 4GB 960, not 2GB.
No way would I touch 2GB. Not enough VRAM to suit me, given how some PC ports been of late. I think it's only going to get worse.
Posted by MysterD on Yesterday, 06:21 PM
For you closet console peeps...
Sony PlayStation TV - $29.99 +$3.99 shipping (with promo code EMCAWAK35)
NewEgg deals for PC Gamers needing a mid-ranged graphics card w/ 4GB VRAM:
Sapphire AMD Radeon R9 270X 4GB VRAM graphics card w/ 256-bit bus.
$149.99 before rebate / $129.99 after mail-in rebate:
EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB VRAM graphics card w/ 128-bit bus.
$209.99 before rebate / $199.99 after mail-in rebate:
Posted by MysterD on Yesterday, 05:03 PM
Thief series = 75% off today on Steam.
Thief Collection = $11.24
Thief (2014) - Base Game:
Regular Edition = $7.49
Master Edition = $8.24
Thief (2014) - DLC's:
Bank Heist DLC = $1.24
Forsaken Challenge Map DLC = $1.24
Booster Pack: Predator = 24 cents
Booster Pack: Opportunist = 24 cents
Booster Pack: Ghost = 24 cents
Classic Thief Games:
Thief II: The Metal Age = $1.74
Thief: Gold Edition = $1.74
Posted by MysterD on Yesterday, 10:12 AM
If it wasn't going to cost $40 in gas to pick one up, I'd be all over the penny Paradise. Some day going to play through most of Sokal's games, some day....
Yeah, no crap. I'm not driving out all that distance, time, & spend a bunch of gas $ just for a 1 cent game - especially one that I already have. There'd have to be another reason for me to go to Microcenter out in Cambridge - i.e. some insane hardware deal(s) or something along that sort.
Apparently Ubisoft published it (or bought the publisher who did, it isn't really clear clear), not sure that is a reason it wouldn't be on Steam but maybe *shrugs*.
Yep, Ubi published the 3 CD-version I have.
Looks like Viva Media published the version Microcenter has & added a sub-title to the game's name.
75% - Dead Rising 2: Off the Record - R$9,99 ~ $3 - (Steam)
Need VPN/Proxy to see and buy them.
Posted by MysterD on 31 July 2015 - 06:39 PM
-> New versions should have faster load times + technical improvements
-> Multiplayer portion removed in Zombi for PC, PS4, X1
-> New short-range weapons: shovel + nail bat.
-> Shovel is longer weapon, used for long-range + hitting multiple foes.
-> Nail Bat is like shovel, but also has additional damage + increased chances for critical damage.
-> Mini-map will be in corner of the main-screen.
-> Opening inventory still doesn't pause the game.
-> Dedicated button to accessing the inventory + now can assign hotkeys/shortcut keys for them.
Posted by MysterD on 31 July 2015 - 12:00 PM
Thanks to Shoppa, who is #BFF of Carl.
You might need VPN/Proxy to see the deals.
I think Dead Rising 3 is at least not region locked. (Yes, I know it was "free" glitched on UK site long time ago)
Just in case Mooby wants it.
Nice deals on DR3 + DMC.
You say DR3 isn't region-locked, but what about DmC?
Is DmC region locked?
Posted by MysterD on 31 July 2015 - 11:46 AM
I just finally got Win10 installed and all I had to do was unplug any/all USB devices and disconnect all HDDs/SSDs, except the one which contains the OS, and AND disable .Net Framework.
Such an effortless upgrade.
Glad to hear you finally got it installed and everything, after having M$ trolling issues.
I got the Win 10 64-bit version files downloaded yesterday with my Win 8.1 64-bit laptop (i.e. my non-modern gaming PC). Burned a bootable ISO DVD of the files, so I don't have to download the damn Win 10 installer files again. That was all easy enough.
If + when I do decide to finally test Win 10 out - I'll probably try it 1st on my laptop, before I decide to put it on my main Win 7 gaming PC....or not.
Posted by MysterD on 30 July 2015 - 01:49 AM
I cant say I recommend it, but I have no reason to dissuade you from doing it. I jumped in last night when it became available and have had no compatibility problems at all. I went from 8.1 to 10 and everything was where I left it and it was basically like a long restart except now I have the 10 bells and whistles. There are a few things that immediately jump out as positives, no negatives yet.
How are any modern games running in Win 10?
Any better? Worse? Same?