Elizabeth and the Songbird - Bioshock Infinite Trailer
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- Feb 19, 2013
Who is Elizabeth, and how dangerous could she possibly be? Find out what Booker DeWitt has in store for his journey to Columbia in this new trailer. How far will you go to set her free?
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is it wrong to be sexually attracted to a video game character, especially one as friggin hot as Elizabeth? is there a name for something like that? because whatever it is, I have it.
Why some games should include quotes or comments about God when it is just a game?
usually I lose my interest in any game has this kind of comments.
However i don't know that much about the nature of this game but still waiting for the game for several reasons :)
@mohna16 I don't see why a game shouldn't include quotes about god or about whatever they want to quote or talk about. It's just like a book, movie, music, whatever
Maybe it is just me, but this is not looking like Bioshock anymore to me. And no I am not just saying that because of the lack of water.
I'm seeing too much hype and it's starting to weigh on me. My personal red flag includes too much marketing.
I really don't want this to suck. REALLY.
We've had too much AAA mediocrage and suckage this month.
It looks like a brilliant script after all I have criticized about this game,but the characters in whole look too cartoonish as the rest of the environment looks moderate .
I am seriously excited about this game. Not been looking forward to a game this much since ME2. And this is coming from someone who was not a fan of Bioshock 1 and 2. I really enjoy having a permanent companion character, it really adds to the immersion, one of my favorite things about HL2 Episodes and PoP2008.
The more I see, the more I want!
I think Elizabeth is seriously going to give Alyx a run for her money.
I might need to update my PC to play this... I'd need to get an entirely new PC though. Even the RAM would have to change :|
Unless of course I could just keep the Q6600 quad and throw in a new graphics card without much bottlenecking. I'm guessing not though
@cf_Kage No you won't. A Q6600 will not hold you back in anything, they are great CPU's and overclocked they can easily reach 3.0-3.5Ghz over the standard 2.4 which makes a huge difference to the noticeable performance.
Mine isn't currently overclocked by much as I need a new PSU, but even at 2.7Ghz and with a standard sata 5900rpm hard drive, it still boots windows 8 in around 5 seconds. Including post, from pressing my power button, I'm at log on screen in around 10 seconds.
Q6600's are great.
What graphics card are you running? I run a GTX260 and am hitting 40-60fps on everything at max settings. Once I get that new PSU I'll be getting a second GTX260 to run in sli for around £40 on ebay. And that should bump my fps up by nearly double.
You really don't need to spend much or upgrade much to game well on a PC so no, save your money on a CPU, if anything, get a better GPU or a second one and run in sli.
@GriffinBalls Hey, thanks for the reply. I'm at the moment running a lowly 8800gts 640. Got it when I built the PC 5-6 years ago now? Still find it funny how its still more powerful than the consoles but doesn't ever look as good lol.
I just heard somewhere that my CPU would hamper the perfotmance given the age, but yeah,its done me well. Also sporting 8gb of DDR 2 800 ram.
Nah, wherever you heard that, its balls. Your CPU is very much fine for you and will not bottleneck your GPU.
Even 8GB of ram is overkill really. My PC on max load never uses above 3GB, anything extra is just wasted. So I certainly wouldn't look at increasing that.
The 8800GTS is definitely the limiting factor in that setup. They aren't bad, but not quite up there. With graphics card, in my opinion you are always better off economically with second hand. The GTX model cards are always the performance type models and usually from new, quite a lot more expensive, but used, not too much extra. Whilst my GTX260 is again about 5 years old so not quite amazingly current, it still plays things great and with 2 of them, its more than enough for any gamer. And for £40 a card, I aint complaining. Theres sure to be better models for not much more too, I'm just saying my card as thats what I know. But the difference from me going from a GT240 to a GTX260 was unbelievable.
I hate when you're typing a comment and it automatically goes to the next viddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd
After watching the reviews of the brainless new Metal Gear and Crysis, this game cannot come soon enough.
@grenade1979 If you play Metal Gear Rising brainlessly, prepare for a lot of deaths and no chance at defeating the last boss... I am looking forward to Bioshock Infinite though.