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Wow that price is insane. Just find someone on another forum selling the Nvidia code. That's how I got mine for $30.

79NZD.
Since it was 20% off ended up being $63nzd which is $40 usd.
Lol they already shafted every one who preordered by giving 20% off 2 days after release date.
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Wow, what a short game. I didn't even marathon and the story is over. Solid 20 dollar game imo.
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I am really fighting the urge to buy this game as it looks really good. Just don't want to spend the money at the moment plus I am dangerously low on SSD space for any more games on my two Intel gaming drives...
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I am really fighting the urge to buy this game as it looks really good. Just don't want to spend the money at the moment plus I am dangerously low on SSD space for any more games on my two Intel gaming drives...

Lemme just say the game is incredible looking, and is much improved over the original is pretty much every way.

If you enjoyed the first one, you'll love this one as well.
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I have the first one (2013) installed but have never played it. I'm a sucker for pretty games that show off my system's power so this would be a nice addition. Two questions: 1)Does it look better than Crysis 3 which is still, to me, the most impressive looking game ever made and 2) Does it offer an in-game benchmark? Thanks!
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its really nice starting over with this SLI fix and seeing my GPUs at 90+

It didn't appear until I was at the end
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I have the first one (2013) installed but have never played it. I'm a sucker for pretty games that show off my system's power so this would be a nice addition. Two questions: 1)Does it look better than Crysis 3 which is still, to me, the most impressive looking game ever made and 2) Does it offer an in-game benchmark? Thanks!

The game does not use an internal benchmark.
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I get your reasoning. I'm the same, quality over quantity. But in some games, especially shooters or action games. 55+ feels like a must or things feel sluggish really quickly.

I doubt most people run max settings in competitive online shooters. I was talking about single player or campaign only.
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I have the first one (2013) installed but have never played it. I'm a sucker for pretty games that show off my system's power so this would be a nice addition. Two questions: 1)Does it look better than Crysis 3 which is still, to me, the most impressive looking game ever made and 2) Does it offer an in-game benchmark? Thanks!

Yea, well this game definitely shows off well on a powerful PC, I'll tell you that lol.

1) IMO yes it does look better than Crysis 3. All the main character models look absolutely brilliant, and some of the materials such as clothing look unbelievable. But Lara's model is something else.. it's quite possibly the most detailed character model I've ever seen.

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Yea, well this game definitely shows off well on a powerful PC, I'll tell you that lol.

1) IMO yes it does look better than Crysis 3. All the main character models look absolutely brilliant, and some of the materials such as clothing look unbelievable. But Lara's model is something else.. it's quite possibly the most detailed character model I've ever seen.

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The others not so much but this shot would be able to fool 9/10 people into thinking it's a real photo imho.
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