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witcher 2 has the worst engine i've seen in a while.

it doesnt even look THAT good, plus eats too much resources. just saying..

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Haven't played it yet, but i have heard and read the exact opposite...
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i run it on a 460 and its like butta, of course, im fine with 30fps... never understood the need for 100fps, but im sure this is an old argument about how you really do notice, etc

anyway, get it and give it a go, it'll run fine for you... shes a beaut too

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In FIFA12 anything worse than 60fps isn't playable (with D3DOverrider). But on the other hand it's a sports game, wich means it's a fast paced game. Any slowdowns even to 58fps is noticable.
Then again whith my old 9800gt (OCed) and E6500 i played smoothly the first Witcher maxed out and i got ~30/35 fps.

EDIT: Basically what i want to know is, in general what is the fps base from which the game runs smooth. 30+, 35+, 40+,...?

EDIT2: I found it. From The Witcher 2 Tweak Guide:
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Pay attention to this FPS figure, particularly during graphically intense scenes, such as in heavy combat or cutscenes - if it dips into the low double or single digits for example, this is a good indication that you need to adjust various settings until your minimum FPS is consistently above 20-25 FPS during normal gameplay, such as when walking around or conversing with others, and higher still (e.g. 30-35 FPS +) during combat to maintain appropriate responsiveness.

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witcher 2 has the worst engine i've seen in a while.
it doesnt even look THAT good, plus eats too much resources. just saying..

Is this a troll? I think witcher 2 was pretty damn impressive graphically.
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