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Really? I mean im not a big RTS fan but the scale of AoS has me intrgued. I think a game like this with a more established intellectual property (like WH40K or Robotech or anything with an established fanbase) might sell more but im tempted to grab it next time i see it in sale.

I would never pay full price for it though, but i rarely pay full price for any game ever.


It looks like a rebuffed Starcraft, I just dont care for it is all.. It might be good just not what I like, waiting on bf1 myself.
post #182 of 230
On another note, the screenshots need to be the same resolution. To keep things similar to danjal's shots, it should be 2560x1440.
post #183 of 230
I'm sure most of you know, there is also a huge shader mod for bf4, I cant remember the name of it, but it does, most definitely, make the game look much better than a stock install.
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On another note, the screenshots need to be the same resolution. To keep things similar to danjal's shots, it should be 2560x1440.

also its a 32" monitor so the pixel density isnt as tight as a 27" 2560x1440.
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also its a 32" monitor so the pixel density isnt as tight as a 27" 2560x1440.

That doesn't affect screenshots.
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I guess it goes without saying that mods should not be used if we're going to make a proper comparison.

I would take the screenshots myself for comparison but;
I have an HD6850
I don't have BF4
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That doesn't affect screenshots.

sure it does. bigger pixels vs smaller pixels.
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sure it does. bigger pixels vs smaller pixels.

No it really doesn't
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sure it does. bigger pixels vs smaller pixels.

No, he's right.

If you were taking a pic of the screen with a camera, yes.

If you're capturing an internal screenshot then 1440p is 1440p regardless of what monitor you use.
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No, he's right.

If you were taking a pic of the screen with a camera, yes.

If you're capturing an internal screenshot then 1440p is 1440p regardless of what monitor you use.

so less and larger pixels per square inch on the 32" 1440p monitor is the same ,as more and smaller pixels on a 27" 1440p monitor?


explain please.
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