Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Xzibit, Sep 17, 2012.
I found a telescope like thing. No tutorial at all. Match stars? How. What combination. Any tips.?
Join all the stars together without crossing a line to create the picture shown below.
You can use the same star twice, as long as you don't cross lines or go over a line again.
Just curious i read here that SLI users are getting flickering textures, but i'm getting that too, looks like the typical OC artifacts which is weird, i get them in FC4 and here in DA:I and yeah i already tried stock settings but they still exist, don't think that my 780TI is dieing and i'm guess it's more a driver problem, but srsly anyone is getting that flickering too and/or fixed it? It's seldom btw but still annoying tbh.
first of all thank you very much.
sadly i dont have an image below to match...so odd..hmm...iam at office right now..will take a better look again..
and is the game OPENENDED?
True, but I'm assuming it's because this is yet another rpg that got the console treatment. It just isn't as good as it would have were it to have been developed specifically for PC.
Anyway, it deserves a couples of value points taken off because due consolitis but it's not a 5 by game rating standards where the only scores that exist are 7-8-9-10
Do you own or have played the game?
Edit the config files for remove the framerate limiter in cutscene and first thing to do: disable Origin overlay....
Everyone keeps going on about the framerate limiter but it doesn't actually fix any stutter. Not to mention without it limited you're getting a very unstable framerate much lower than what you'd get in game.
Are you using vsync? I seem to get it with in game vsync enabled and disabled but if I disable in game vsync and forced it on in the nvidia control panel the flickering seems to disappear.
^ Can confirm.
Because I was talking of metacritic in general, most AAA games get 9/10 from reviewers while 5/10 or below for the same game from users, the "true" score should be somewhere in the middle... in case of DA:I it happens that I agree with them.
i get flickering with crossfire on some textures, some time hitting F5 to quick save and F9 to quick load will fix some of it or reduce it.
When it comes to RPGs I'm something of an expert
Enjoy your zoomed in tactical camera with console sticks controls however!
not that i know of, but i will doublecheck
edit: nope it's off
In any case I find Metacritic to be a good way to quickly find the reviews from the sites I tend to agree with. There's a lot of bs reviews but you just gotta find those reviewers you agree with regularly and actually read the reviews instead of only looking at scores. Not all reviewers are way off base on a regular basis.
Also regular people are very prone to hyperbole. They get mad because there are a few things wrong with the game then give it a 0, with absolutely no critical thinking going into that score. This is why we need reviewers.
Try leaving it off in game and force it on in the driver control panel, only way I could get rid of the flickering.
Lol. For some reason I barely care how my blokes looks like - they all look more or less the same (as long as they don't look retarder, I don't really care). Female toons tend to cause problems... My final femShep for example is result of various tweaks/adjustments (custom textures, head mesh polygon edits via save game editing etc.).
I certainly looks like troll army can attack any game these days there.
Dragon Age: Inquisition for PC (Origin) at Uplay Ukraine £16.27!
that is a cracking price