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RabidChinaGirl Apr 18, 13
I'm actually really looking forward to this. Even knowing I'll get scared and... take 10 years to finish it.
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redneonfish Apr 18, 13
I'm just gonna pop out and get a Titan for the optimum experience...
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THM Apr 18, 13
Nah, I can play it on either PC or Xbox 360 but..my first choice will be PlayStation 3 because of simplicity, less time-consuming.
Time is everything folks!!!
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Shadow of Death Apr 18, 13
I'll be getting this at some point. Have yet to finish the first one though >_>

I won't be able to max it out (dual 570's, old model i7 950), but I should definitely be able to get it pretty high.
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LloydToS Apr 19, 13
It's going to start getting harder not to upgrade my hardware with each new system requirements release. I'm only just over minimum requirements on this one, I hope I can stretch my poor graphic card's lifetime a little while longer.
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BlackScythe Apr 19, 13
Aside from my video card, which is only slightly below the recommended, I still exceed recommended specs. But man that optimal lol.

Pity for me is I can't do any more, meaninful, upgrades on my system with my current motherboard.
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Solid-Snack Apr 19, 13
i was able to play the first metro without any major problems and a fairly stable framerate(30-45) no stutter or clipping...seriously it is one of the best games i've played for visuals and overall smoothness on the pc and thats saying something...and anyway i'm due a major system overhaul before the end of this year...my pc only has an asus graphics card everything else is stock and i've been able to play 90% of my games at a level i deem satisfactory so i expect metro:last light to play just fine like the first one
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