After being released on PC a few months ago, Risen 2: Dark Waters is now finally available on Xbox 360 and PS3. Ghost_Deus captured a bunch of videos of the 360 version, and as you'll see, to enjoy the game, you will have to get used to a lot of technical issues (tearing, pop-up, slowdowns, etc.). Many will probably stop at that, which would be a shame since Pirahna Bytes' title is still interesting enough to keep you entertained for a good while. Of course, if you do have a choice and can play the PC version, that's definitely the one to go for, even though it also has a few technical issues to cope with.
And Ubi just don't give a fuck about PC gamers as you can see they IQ downgrades plus not making sure the game have raw imput support for PC. (0 minute ago)
@rayy: Right.. but there's no need to keep all of those training wheels in place when you switch to the mouse. (1 minute ago)
@rayy: It just seems to me that supporting raw input would be a piece of cake. And it must be, if users can fix it. (1 minute ago)
The bad thing about gamepads is that they need a bunch of add ons on top to be able to make it work with FPS and that just makes K/M controller suffer the consequence. (1 minute ago)
@Sdarts: Yeah... but some games CHOKE on high poling rates for some reason. I tried Crytek's "Warface," and it has the appearance of negative acceleration at anything above 125hz. Simply terrible! (2 minutes ago)
The problem with Ubisoft is that they desing their game arround gamepads as they cater more to Consoles instead of PC. (3 minutes ago)
The infamous input lag, it has made me miss so many headshots. lol (28 minutes ago)