Neoseeker : News : Batman: Arkham City suffering poor DirectX 11 performance, patch in progress
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OGU Nov 28, 11
*bleep* THAT. IM REALLY DISAPPOINTED. WAITING FOR 5 WEEKS TO PLAY ON SHITTY DIRECTX 9!! UNACCEPTABLE I SHOULDA GOT IT ALREADY ON MY PS3 INSTEAD. THEY SHOULD HAVE SIMPLY JUST DELAY THE DAMN RELEASE DATE AS USUAL. COS I VE ALREADY FINISHED THE GODDAMN GAME AND I VE NO INTEREST IN PLAYING IT AGAIN.
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ashantiqua Nov 25, 11
need. new. consoles. and all will be right.

or devs could just stop pussyfooting around proper PC development.
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Cheesysoapopra Nov 23, 11
4ghz i7 and a GTX570, on DX11 mode it runs like I have a 2ghz celeron and a radeon 7500... Also Why do people praise games like this for good graphics? UE3 engine is so dated, it looks.. oh my it looks like a console port!
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maximuskain Nov 23, 11
Its still better than consoles, with or without DX11. But good performance with DX9 is better than Balck Ops which had zero performance on launch.
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Gangsta692 Nov 23, 11
Jesus.. So many many PC releases of a game are so damn bugged. It's like paying money for a shitty product, I feel like I'm getting ripped off more and more often in the hope that this or that next game will be good.
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Apollodorous of Damascus Nov 23, 11
Developers of Batman should have known or anticipated or guessed that DX 11 problem in the first place for PC gamers!
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ashantiqua Nov 23, 11
honestly... dx11 doesnt even practically work in this game?

how... how do you not notice that? they mustve known.
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Lorenzo101 Nov 22, 11
How do the developers manage to not have the problem during development?
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Defection Nov 22, 11
We waited over a month extra for "the definitive version" to be unplayable in it's most glorious form?

Truly saddening.
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