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  1. E6420, 2GB RAM, X1950XT 256MB, all settings on high ... averaging 45FPS online. At least that's what I was averaging until the narrow FOV made me nauseous and I decided to uninstall.
  2. That's why TS keybinds exist. Use them.
  3. It's not playable at 10km VD. It's not realistically playable at half that for most people.
  4. New GRAW2 interface and advanced 3D CrossCom image:
  5. Also interested to know if there are any plans for release...? The weirdest thing is, I swear I've played it before ... maybe a beta or a teaser, but I'm completely convinced I've played it. Driving me nuts
  6. Sorry, but that's making excuses. If all the other FPS games jumped off a bridge, would GR:AW do it too? GR:AW is touting itself as a more realistic FPS compared to the action shooters like BF2 ... having no reaction whatsoever when hit is a step backwards. Little details like this are a big contributor to the overall feel of the game and what separates the men from the boys.
  7. Not much to say except that I agree with everyone else here. Cancelled my order of GR:AW with the intention of checking back after El Patchio. $50 is too much money to spend on hopes and prayers.
  8. Two bugs I noticed today ... not sure if these have been reported yet. If you have an AI Ghost selected with the wireframe CrossCom visible when he dies, attempting to view his full-screen CrossCom overlays some of the effects (black & white and surrounding lines) that remained in my own view even though his CrossCom wasn't viewable. Health status of AI Ghosts isn't being saved at checkpoints. Reloading a checkpoint gives full health to my entire team. Lots of other issues (design decisions, not bugs) are bothering me but I'll wait until the full version to pull the trigger on th
  9. You should be able to play at 800x600 with everything on low and shadows off. I'm on a slightly slower system than yours and that's all that's playable for me, though mouse-lag is still a problem. That's basically what you'll have to live with on your current video card ... nothing else you can do.
  10. Nice find. Strange and interesting results, to say the least. Seems like GRIN's engine is different in ways (has deferred lighting been used before?) that puts it at a disadvantage with current drivers ... or at least the odd behavior would point to a need for driver optimization. For all I know Diesel is poorly coded. Why would high textures perform better than medium? Wandering outside my little box of comprehension but is it possible the difference in performance has something to do with the overhead incurred from texture compression on medium textures? Just look at the high/medium
  11. CC: First to Fight is probably the worst you could try. FOV made me nauseous within 4-5 minutes of playing ... the level design made it even worse. GR3's isn't that bad but I agree it feels a little tight. Movement becomes frustrating when you can't "see" right ... very disorienting. Seems like GRIN would've paid more attention to something like this considering all the time dedicated to the "body-awareness" features.
  12. Audio sounds fat! My Grado's are anxiously awaiting
  13. Yeah, one month from release and the entire GRIN crew takes a 4 day vacation. That doesn't mean anything at all. I'd wager that, at this point, assuming the game's development is complete is a more logical deduction than yours. Have a good one GRIN!
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