After three years of development and a fairly good amount of money, Dragon's Dogma is finally available. Visually, the game is certainly a bit disappointing, with too many pop-up and framerate issues, some annoying traces of aliasing and poorly designed characters. That being said, it you can get passed all that, the landscapes are pretty nice nonetheless and the combat system, not to mention the impressive monsters, make the game very appealing. It's just a shame there is no strong story behind the game, as in the end, Capcom's title really is a mix of good and just average. We captured a few videos of the Xbox 360 version, so come on in and check them out.
@Sdarts: Heat is a barrier both for PC and consoles. We succeed in making things smaller, but it's the heat barrier that has to be overcome. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: there needs to be a breakthrough in transistors before a huge next step will be possible. The next consoles will not have the power of a gtx980ti simply because of heat problems. (1 Hour ago)
ThouThough only a few people would be able to run it, even among PC gamers, which is not viable financially. Hence why I'm thinking of the next generation of consoles. (1 Hour ago)
@alimokrane: Yes, but I meant that even now PC can do so much more. If an amateur can do that much with an injector in 7 days, you can bet DICE can do 10 times better with the source code, engine, etc (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: Of course you can do more with more powerful hardware. (2 Hours ago)
But at the end of the day, that's not feasible. Consoles is where the vast majority of sales are, so first we need more powerful consoles, which in turn will drive PC titles' technologies forward. (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: Crysis 3 will be a 3 years old game in February next year, and it's still one of the best - if not the best - looking games. I agree AAA companies could do much more with PC titles. (2 Hours ago)