Originally Posted by Liranan
It was after Crysis 2 and that ridiculous invisible underwater tesselation.
It was the heavily tesselated water that ran underneath the game for no reason other than for the lulz.
Don't worry, nVidia buyers will ignore this and how AMD last much longer and enable HJH to buy another wardrobe of leather jackets.
When Vista was released about 50% of all crashes and BSOD's were caused by AMD and nVidia drivers, with the majority being nVidia's fault.
The water is culled efficiently from the Engine. It was not the issue - tessellated FLAT surfaces was the issue.
The popularity of the game should not be the most significant factor else we would be reviewing light games like CS GO and LoL and at most medium hard (on the hardware) World of Tanks.
Sure all those games are important and IMHO some reviews should include them as they matter a lot. With that said, they just wont push hardware well enough.
*And how hard something is on the hardware has zero bearing on its status as art or quality.