Batman: Arkham Origins was released last week on almost every platform and it is finally here on Gamersyde too, with top quality videos of the PC version of the game. This third installment in the franchise created by Rocksteady was developed by Warner Bros. Montreal and it is obviously very similar to the two previous episodes. The Canadian developer didn't want to change the original formula and merely wanted to tell us the story of how Batman truly became the Dark Knight, back when he was still a young vigilante. The major change you're bound to notice is in the voice acting department, Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill having being replaced by Roger Craig Smith (Ezio Auditore, Chris Redfield) and Troy Baker (Joel in The Last of Us, Booker DeWitt in BioShock Infinite). Thankfully, they both deliver a strong performance, making the story interesting enough to follow for the fans.
These videos were captured on Miguel's hardware:
- Intel i7 2700K @ 4.7 GHz
- 16 Go DDR3 1600 MHz
- 2x NVidia GTX 680 SLI
Capture software: Mirillis Action!
Game's settings :
- maxed out in DX11
- Physx High
- TXAA High
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and killed a bunch of people. If I had the money I would open my own awareness center to educate people as to how important mental health is, and what those suffering from either side of the aisle... (1 Hour ago)
The problem is mental health isn't taken seriously in the country. It isn't explained properly to the general public and so they're apathetic about it, but then they wonder why someone went ape-shit.. (1 Hour ago)
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@GriftGFX: i've been on about 7 types of anti depressants in the last 5 years. lol. it's anecdotal, but they work. they just usually come with some shitty side effect. (13 Hours ago)
Now with that said.. there's no cure. Most of these disorders are poorly understood, as is brain chemistry. And people like Chris Cornell were being treated. But results vary. Better than a sugar pill (13 Hours ago)