Neoseeker : News : Ryse: Son of Rome bringing QTE dismemberment to PC with complete DLC and 4K visuals
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Rayce Aug 7, 14
Disappointed to see so many exclusives parting ways to break even. Ryse is a great game, and I'm happy to see others getting the opportunity to play it, but I'm sad seeing it disburse.
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IcarusAbides Aug 7, 14
Good to see it make the move over to PC, I'm just hoping we actually end up getting a good PC experience out of it and not one that lacks for features.
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ashantiqua Aug 7, 14
you don't need a 4k monitor to run 4k resolutions.

the majority of games today can be played at 4k on a non-4k monitor, you just need to do some custom global settings in GPU's control panel (set scaling to the GPU, create custom resolutions, done) and have a fairly recent-spec HDMI cable.

a hamster can run most PC games at 1080p... if you have a decent video card youre just wasting free eye candy if youre not playing above 1080p. google "downsampling" if you need more info. everything looks better; its not just a reduction of jaggies.
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Slash Aug 7, 14
So is Microsoft just porting their "exclusives' over to the PC now, if they're going to do that. Then what's even the point of owning an Xbone? >_>
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LOD-squa Aug 7, 14
quote Slash
So is Microsoft just porting their "exclusives' over to the PC now, if they're going to do that. Then what's even the point of owning an Xbone? >_>
Ease of access, perhaps? It's a fun game. Nice to see other people having a chance to play it.
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