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Old 12-26-07, 03:27 PM   #25
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Yap, that's what i wanted to say. Where the fun is when it runs like crap. I liked COD4 much more too. I could have play games on medium or low, but then it looks like crap...so really i skipped the game. I will give it a try when Geforce 9 comes out, but i have feelings that the game will still run like crap.
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Bad coding or it just used a bad engine, the game will surely run like crap even you got a monster machine.
Example of good coding and good engine

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Old 12-26-07, 04:02 PM   #26
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Ahahaha Jonelo ftw

How can people say the game will run like crap on monster rigs when the game quite clearly benefits greatly from SLI. When you see 2x the performance from a second card, I think that's a sign that it's a great engine and will run well with future high end cards. Turn down the settings and stop whining if you can't run it at a framerate you feel is fit.
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Old 12-26-07, 04:08 PM   #27
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Old 12-26-07, 04:09 PM   #28
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Example of good coding and good engine

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ummm crysis runs slower than cod4 because its rendering much more complex graphics. shadowmap resolution, texture resolution, poly counts, lighting model, shader effects, soft shadows etc etc.
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I must say i much prefere COD4 over crysis! ..... played single and multiplayer of both & as i said i found the COD4 single and multiplayer to be a overall more intense & better game(just alittle short in the single player)! .... Ill try crysis again when the patch comes out..... of all the hype crysis got i must say in my opinion it just dosent live up to it!
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Old 12-26-07, 05:13 PM   #30
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I must say i much prefere COD4 over crysis! ..... played single and multiplayer of both & as i said i found the COD4 single and multiplayer to be a overall more intense & better game(just alittle short in the single player)! .... Ill try crysis again when the patch comes out..... of all the hype crysis got i must say in my opinion it just dosent live up to it!
No offense meant with this, just a word of advice: In Crysis you basically have to be creative and resourceful to create your own game experience, where CoD4 is a shooter on rails. Kinda like democracy vs. tyranny
Remember that on your "giving Crysis one more chance" playthrough
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Old 12-26-07, 05:46 PM   #31
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^^^^^^^^^^^ lol

Everytime someone gives a disliking to Crysis you can guarantee the great Dane won't be far too try and put them correct.

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Old 12-26-07, 07:02 PM   #32
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I'm sorry but if you are comparing that to crysis you gota be kidding me? It looks like 5 years old next to crysis No wonder COD4 runs good and Crysis runs like "crap". Duh no brainer. From a technical standpoint crysis ftw. COD4 was ok if you like that sort of game. "Rollercoaster"
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Old 12-26-07, 07:17 PM   #33
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No offense meant with this, just a word of advice: In Crysis you basically have to be creative and resourceful to create your own game experience, where CoD4 is a shooter on rails. Kinda like democracy vs. tyranny
Remember that on your "giving Crysis one more chance" playthrough

Well , COD 4 is a typical casual game . Is ideal for the first experience with the FPS . Leaving the brain to one side and shoot a few shots without complications


MOHAA : nice game . Many scripts and lineal , but no problem in the year 2002

COD : a bit disappointing. Is the same lineal and hiper scripted game of MOHAA

Call of Duty: United Offensive : Not I played this game , I played the demo . Is the same game of COD

COD2: I got bored before the end . I did not finish this game , though it was not an bad game.

COD 3 : I not played this game

and COD4 : I cannot end COD 4 with a trainer and infinite life. The same game of the all serie , and the same style of the 95 % of FPS since 1995

COD 5 and 6.? For my nephews ,of 3 and 1 years
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I'm sorry but if you are comparing that to crysis you gota be kidding me? It looks like 5 years old next to crysis No wonder COD4 runs good and Crysis runs like "crap". Duh no brainer. From a technical standpoint crysis ftw. COD4 was ok if you like that sort of game. "Rollercoaster"

Well for you . More awersome and impressive screens of this example of good coding and god engine

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...postcount=2439

This is nice



Maybe this game has a some mode of avanced bloom of HDR in low precision . The lighting is aversome !!



Uber textures



Avanced pixel shaders in the weapons



Incredible draw distance and detaill



This is nice . physic in all objets of the world





High polycount scene - maybe 2 millons or 3 or polygons



This is a good example of optimization and good coding
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@ Jonelos COD4 screenshots comments.
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Example of good coding and good engine

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Pffft... Please don't tell me that you are even trying to compare the amount of detail of COD4 to Crysis. Cod4 looks nice but Crysis at very high settings is insanely beautiful and detailed. Not to mention that all the lighting and shadows are all dynamic, bigger levels, day time changes, physics, interactive enviroments, etc.

The coding in Crysis is actually very good if we base it on how much is going on at any given moment compared to COD4.
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