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they only get 60 fps in the main screen!
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Not impressed, doesn't look even as good as the first Crysis in my opinion. But, given that it's not the final product and it is also DX9, I'll hold judgement until the full game is released.
Bad logic. So what if it's DX9? You know that it was virtually impossible to tell a difference between Crysis in Very High mode in DX10 vs forced in DX9, right? I don't think this is a good sign.
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I'm not really that impressed yet either. I was more impressed at the level that they got the graphics to on the 360. However, like everybody is saying, it's DX9, not DX11 or 10, and it's not even maxed out. It said somewhere that that was medium settings, so take this with a grain of salt.
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Interesting, I noticed several DX10 files in that "leak".

Someone interested in trying this?

Make a shortcut to the main exe file. Right-click on the shortcut, select Properties, and in the Target box one blank space after the last character and add -dx10.

Start that shortcut and note if you see DX10 enabled.
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Bad logic. So what if it's DX9? You know that it was virtually impossible to tell a difference between Crysis in Very High mode in DX10 vs forced in DX9, right? I don't think this is a good sign.
Agreed. DX9 can look absolutely stunning if enough time and effort is put forth.
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As if I wont be able to max this.
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Interesting, I noticed several DX10 files in that "leak".

Someone interested in trying this?

Make a shortcut to the main exe file. Right-click on the shortcut, select Properties, and in the Target box one blank space after the last character and add -dx10.

Start that shortcut and note if you see DX10 enabled.
Doesn't work.
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Interesting, I noticed several DX10 files in that "leak".

Someone interested in trying this?

Make a shortcut to the main exe file. Right-click on the shortcut, select Properties, and in the Target box one blank space after the last character and add -dx10.

Start that shortcut and note if you see DX10 enabled.
Yeah, I'm fairly versed in all the console and shortcut commands from the original crysis. Soon as I can, I will be trying every possible command I know to see if I can enable the console and turn on all the higher shader/texture options and hopefully dx10/11. You know there has to be some way of at least manually turning on some things if we can't enable anything higher than medium in the main menu settings for graphics.
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mind = not blown



Metro 2033>crysis 2 (graphically)



disappoint
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Yargh! You speak of piracy!
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