Deus Ex: Human Revolution is now available to all, so we finally captured some videos of the game. We chose the PC version so you could see it run in 1080p and at 60 fps, unfortunately, that version suffers from unexplainable and random framerate issues for now. Not all PCs are concerned or so it seems, but it is the case for us. Whether or not the graphics options are maxed out does not seem to make a difference and the game even happens to run worse when DirectX 11 is deactivated. That's why we're not quite happy with the result we got from capturing the game. It should still give you a good idea of what to expect in terms of visuals. As for the rest, you can still check out our full review. Let's hope the PC version will be patched very soon.
Blackout netcode analysis. 10hz! This is the "most polished" BR mode according to the internet: [url] (25 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: Xbox One is a sillier name than Xbox 720 lol (50 minutes ago)
abbreviated as PS, while people often write PS1. I remember buying pirated Playstation games from HK in 95-96 which had a crappy PSX logo pasted over the top of the artwork.. super legit :) (2 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: yea, i laugh when i see PSX. somehow it's stuck for all those years. Ofc there's an actual product called PSX which is the PS2 based recorder. As for Playstation i think it's officially (2 Hours ago)
The Wii-U should have been called Puu (2 Hours ago)
Well, it could be worse. Could be something daft, like Wii-U (3 Hours ago)
do i think it'll be called that? no. do i think anyone thinks it'll be called that? no (3 Hours ago)