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I got an i5 2500K, 16GB of RAM, SataIII SSD, and a GTX 780. I wonder if that is expensive enough to play this game... wth.gif

Another GPU and you should be able to hit the minimum requirements, that should be expensive enough.
    
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I'll be getting both versions of the game, and the people in this thread keep thinking this was the same team that created 13 and all its spawn. NO, different team, better team. The people that brought you FFVII, FFVIII, FFIX, FFX, FFXII, CRISIS CORE, and Kingdom Hearts are the ones who made this game.

FFXIII, I have yet to complete to this day. Their team is still spawning sequels to 13...
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Bring it square biggrin.gif
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I am pretty sure they mean newish current machines. Not the "I can play Warcraft" machines. So if your machines component release is in the last year or 2, then you will prob be fine. But If you bought yours 5 years ago and have been holding out because you thought it wasn't worth the 5%, then you prob will have issues.
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I'll probably pick up another 780 just in case biggrin.gif
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unless sony,Microsoft, etc. is your publisher or you are getting paid off by sony, Microsoft, etc. then companies have no reason to not develop on pc it is just more money in your pockets so why not.
    
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Well I don't mind. I think I'm covered. thumb.gif
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