Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by dirthurts, Mar 17, 2011.
bc2/dead space also doom3 with surround/eax
tbh i cant choose. so many games sound nice these days, its hard to pick just one.
one thing i do remember, farcry1 at the time it was released it was head and shoulders above the rest at that point.
when playing in 5.1 or 7.1 (if supported) everything seems just awesome these days. really like its happening in the same room.
kind of annoying with some games, as some have some sounds as my doorbell.
Playing Bulletstorm and Mass Effect 2, the sound quality and surrouns mix is very nice, then I play some older games and it's multichannel stereo only and compressed MP3 sound, the difference in sound quality is bigger than the visual difference even.......
I suppose it doesn't matter much if you're rocking 2.1 satellite speakers, but when you have my stereo......it makes a difference
Nice system, what about your neighbours?
You do know that sounds in ME2 are highly compressed too and 32Khz? That annoys me greatly; it doesn't sound that good.
Double brick house...
Well they certainly don't sound compressed, it sounds better than most games, Crysis for example sounds far worse.
I just found this over at the Metro.co.uk gaming section. Worth mentioning since so many gurus have said BFBC2 has the best (use of) sound.
FULL LIST OF BAFTA VIDEO GAMES AWARD WINNERS
Best Action Game: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Best Family Gamers: Kinect Sports
Technical Innovation: Heavy Rain
Social Network Game: My Empire
Use of Audio: Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Handheld: Cut The Rope
GAME Award: Call Of Duty: Black Ops
Original Music: Heavy Rain
Strategy: Civilization V
Artistic Achievement: God Of War III
Ones to Watch: Twang (That Game Studio)
Gameplay: Super Mario Galaxy 2
Sport: F1 2010
Multiplayer: Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit
Story: Heavy Rain
Best Game: Mass Effect 2
Bafta Fellowship: Peter Molyneux