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  1. I have the PC version and can confirm that if you have the right spec & the latest patch for the game it will work just fine. The game will probably crash about as much as any PC game out there, which is fairly rarely. But seriously, with the right CPU/GPU and enough memory RAM etc. it will outgun both the PS3 & Xbox in both quality & performance.
  2. No, the PC version doesn't use Windows Live unfortunately, so no achievements
  3. Many Thanks teleguy. I also used the Aspyr screen to by-pass many cut scene intros to levels, as I wanted to just get straight into the action, kept the originals as a back-up though ;-)
  4. Have you installed the patch for it? And if so, do you have the High Detail ticked? In your case I would try having it unticked to use Low Detail to see how it fares, unless you're doing that already. 2GB RAM with the 8600 GT should be fine, though I've always felt that 2GB for games like this (despite the GPU) is never enough...especially on Vista. They should quote 3GB RAM minimum. Already have http://www.lucasforums.com/showpost.php?p=2690402&postcount=25 Another thing I'll add, Darth Maul's expressions are spot on in this, on the PS3 I couldn't really see any motion expression. Also, Anakin Skywalker looks EXACTLY like Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) from Episode III.
  5. Got the game yesterday, installed it, patched it & then played it, had a few CTD's that were a bit annoying and 1 crash, as well as a few picture & sound glitches here n there, then looked up to see if it was the PC causing the problem as it may have (only partly) been with Fallout 3. I found the clean-boot method on Microsoft's website, done it & since then the game has been ABSOLUTELY perfect! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331796 - CLEAN BOOT PC With a powerful enough spec, the right knowledge and a "clean" PC, this game will be no trouble...once patched of course The graphics & motion are so much better than the PS3 (and I should imagine Xbox) version it is unreal! It's almost life-like. On the PS3 I remember Darth Maul kinda looking a bit blurred, especially in the face, but on this you see absolutely every detail, and it is beautiful. The developers really put effort into this graphically, no doubt, it's just a shame that the consoles don't have the spec to really show it unlike a high-end PC. The only thing next is to remove the 30FPS frame rate lock, which'll make the motion even more fluid, oh, and mods of course There are already ways to do texture mods if anyone is unaware, haven't done it yet myself, but here are the links I have: http://forums.lucasarts.com/thread.jspa?threadID=140841&tstart=0 These will further explain how it is done exactly, being only slightly different from TFU. http://www.tombraiderhub.com/tr7/modding/texmod/tutorial.html http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showpost.php?p=4092038&postcount=4 EDIT: By the way, I have Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition. If you have Vista I would suggest disabling UAC & installing the game under C:\ drive, instead of the Program Files.
  6. Has anyone tried this patch on a decent 64-bit (preferbly Vista) PC. I wanted to know how well it runs under heavy load (loads of enemies etc.), especially on the Tattoine mission as I remember it having severe difficulties loading due to the 30fps limit on the PS3. Also wanted to know how the graphics & general response are, as well as reliability in terms of crashing if any (hope not)? Many Thanks
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