As you probably figured out, we really enjoyed Crysis 2 here at Gamersyde, even though it is a bit disappointing in a few departments (the physics engine is less impressive than in the first episode, the AI is also lacking, not to mention the many bugs we witnessed). Therefore, we decided to try to capture some PC gameplay footage, which is a first. Update: One last gift for you, we added two 1080p videos, 30 fps only though.
Now wait, it does not mean we will be doing it on a regular basis, as it will depend on the games we buy. That being said, if you appreciate it, we will try to do it anytime we can. Miguel captured the first video and I was in charge of the second one so it was really team play on this one. Because the only means we have to capture PC footage is Fraps, we had to lower the resolution to 720p so the 60 fps framerate does not suffer too much. You might notice a few hiccups here and there but they are mostly due to Fraps slowing down our computers a bit. i know it is not 1080p but for now, that's the best we can do unfortunately. By the way, to PC owners, we both use a controller to play first person shooters on PC and we like it!
Ready player one looks great. Awesome book too. Read it! (6 minutes ago)
Meta-studies are mostly good for trying to prove points on the internet. WTF??? (2 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: meta-studies are extremely important in science as it compares the results of many studies. 1 study is not reliable. Studies need to be repeatable before they are accepted as valid. (2 Hours ago)
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And SSRI's for example would not make it to market without proving (in double blind, placebo controlled studies) on-label efficacy and safety. (7 Hours ago)
I've had the pleasure of working on many pharmaceutical projects over the last decade. I'm not a doctor. Or a scientist. But I know how rigorous the FDA approval process is. (7 Hours ago)
Meta-studies are mostly good for trying to prove points on the internet. (7 Hours ago)