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Old 09-09-11, 03:16 PM   #49
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Yes, any game that has electric ovaries being shot out of a cervix gun has potential. Why has no one thought of this until now?
Probably because no one has seen the c_ock gun yet.
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Old 09-09-11, 03:47 PM   #50
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never heard of this till now. Impressive list of developers that made this one.

I'm backed up on games to play as it is but will add it to my list of stuff to look at when the steam christmas sale comes around.

Kudos to the developers for not putting a $60 price tag on it as well.
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Old 09-09-11, 09:40 PM   #51
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Just now finished the demo, I'll be picking it up on Tuesday
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Old 09-09-11, 11:49 PM   #52
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Bet you this game comes to the X360. It automatically detects the X360 Pad and wont let you disable it from within the game. Really ****ing annoying. Oh and can you turn off the film grain? Kinda ruins the graphics.
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AA kills the fps for me on my 5870
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Old 09-10-11, 03:31 AM   #54
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Pretty interesting demo, the sound and feel of the weapons feel good, the controls and mouse look feel just about right. And the graphics are pretty decent too. still i dont think i'll be picking it up though, the cyber punk style just doesnt suit me.
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Bet you this game comes to the X360. It automatically detects the X360 Pad and wont let you disable it from within the game. Really ****ing annoying. Oh and can you turn off the film grain? Kinda ruins the graphics.
Kind of funny because even Crysis did. Yeah, there is really only one reason to enable a controller and that's for vehicles.
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Kind of funny because even Crysis did. Yeah, there is really only one reason to enable a controller and that's for vehicles.
or if you're playing on an HDTV sitting on your couch... I don't want to fumble around with a mouse keyboard or gamepad while I'm chilling on my couch. I'd gladly take game pad over that ONLY in that situation though. That's how I played through portal 2 just because my wife wanted to watch me play/help solve the puzzles and stuff. Much easier in the living room.
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Well, I suppose you can get used to playing a FPS game with anything, even with nails in your head and you'll get used to it.

Controllers suck for FPS games, the only reason why console users don't say it is because they are stuck with them, and we know Xbox controllers where forced on PC gamers because of multi-platform games. I keep mine unplugged.
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Old 09-10-11, 10:43 AM   #58
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FEAR 3 does the same thing, annoying. Unplugged mine for now.
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FEAR 3 does the same thing, annoying. Unplugged mine for now.
You can disable it in fear through the options menu, not in this game. Its annoying as hell because I don't like to unplug my controller.
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You can disable it in fear through the options menu, not in this game. Its annoying as hell because I don't like to unplug my controller.
I have a shortcut to Device Manager for this reason. I just disable/enable my PC 360 controller as needed.
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