Neoseeker : News : Saints Row: The Third features video recorder, DirectX 11, more on PC
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Hellfire29 Nov 1, 11
When do my exams start? November 14th.
Why must game release dates hate me...
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lKasHl Nov 1, 11
Comes as a huge relief considering that SR2 was... well to be nice, a deplorable port to the PC
Hopefully they ramp up the textures a little as well, if theres anything Crysis 2 managed to demonstrate at launch its that console reso'd textures are horrendous at >1080p
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James Crook Nov 2, 11
I most certainly hope that they make the right choice when it comes to rendering out of their video editor.
Back when the TF2 Replay Editor shipped along with a contest, it used bloody QuickTime to render videos, and the TGA/WAV rendering was broken, and, in the case of another famous open-world game, GTA4 was even worse, as it used Windows Media.
In my opinion, the best option would be letting players decide between AVI, Windows Media, QuickTime, image sequences, etc...

Also, the game uses Steam? What about Origin? Does that make Steam the default activation method and Origin the secondary/alternative one? This is actually a pretty good idea, letting the customer choose between one service and the other.
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BlackLabel Nov 2, 11
quote James Crook
Also, the game uses Steam? What about Origin? Does that make Steam the default activation method and Origin the secondary/alternative one? This is actually a pretty good idea, letting the customer choose between one service and the other.
If you buy it on disc it uses Steam, If you buy it on Steam it uses Steam and If you buy it on Origin it uses Origin.
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chautemoc Nov 2, 11
quote lKasHl
Comes as a huge relief considering that SR2 was... well to be nice, a deplorable port to the PC
Hopefully they ramp up the textures a little as well, if theres anything Crysis 2 managed to demonstrate at launch its that console reso'd textures are horrendous at >1080p
The game is being made at 2k resolution and downsampled for consoles, so you're good.

quote James Crook
Also, the game uses Steam? What about Origin? Does that make Steam the default activation method and Origin the secondary/alternative one? This is actually a pretty good idea, letting the customer choose between one service and the other.
I'd presume the Origin version requires Steam. Hopefully not, though.
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