Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Jun 14, 2016.
Is that a free
not a hero dlc is free.
I just finished Not a Hero.
It was pretty cool. They brought back Chris' punch, and it's definitely got more of a shooter vibe. But still very slow paced, not a "run and gun" game.
I liked it.
I see people complaining because it was only an hour and a half long. But... it was free. And, for the story it told, it felt just right. But, this has made me want to revisit RE7 all together.
So, I might be starting a new playthrough now.
great game and dlc was great too.yeah,i have started the main game again and its bloody gooood!
Did anyone elses main game fire up, when they started the download of the Not A Hero dlc ?
EDIT: Seems its normal, very odd
Wow what a game,going through my backlog of games over the last couple months and man I do have some freaking good games.
Finished BF4 single player after owning it for a few years,it was OK but missing something.Started BF1 but gave up after a few hours.
Then I thought I try some horror games and I have not played a Resident Evil game before but this game is special,clicks all the right boxes for me.
I have not finished the game yet but have like 14 hours played and it is amazing.Can not wait to start Alien Isolation and The evil within 2 now.
Playing on normal also and must have died 500 times.I should have played on easy lol.
They removed Denuvo from the game.
Hmm, I must buy some DLC to show CAPCOM my appreciation!
Are there any before and after performance comparisons?
I guess not (at least right now), since it happened not even 24 hours ago.
Startup times should be greatly improved, in-game performance if the developers don't go too trigger happy (To call it that.) shouldn't differ too much but then again publisher demands and developers implementing custom stuff so yeah "Shouldn't" can be very variable. Unfortunately. (From how it seems at least, suppose I have to change that earlier opinion of it making little difference with how some devs go about peppering little custom triggers all over the game. )
Startup times in RE7 were already very quick.
Not sure how much, if any, removing Denuvo would improve that.
It's not like DOOM 2016, were startup times are horrible. And are worse after Denuvo was removed from the title.
Yet, Wolf 2... which still has Denuvo starts up in a few seconds and is ready to play.
I know it's not the same thing but my top three worst start up times would be:
1. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4)
2. Quake Champions (PC)
3. Battlefield 5 (PC)
DOOM currently has the worst startup time IMO.
Level loading in the game is very fast, but that initial startup is awful. And, it only got worse as they added more content to the MP and remade the startup menu.
Performance wise, DOOM didn't change at all when they removed Denuvo.
And that's the thing, Denuvo does not affect performance... if the developers did their job properly. Which, is the same for any problems on a PC title.
If the developers put the work in properly, the game is good.
RE7 runs great. And Denuvo has never given the game any issues (same with MGSV or Mad Max). I doubt removing Denuvo is going to make any drastic changes to how the game operates.
In most Denuvo games it does effect performance and there is the loading time on top of that as well.
Ahh, i wondered what that little update was.
no info about the update but
embarrassed about getting lost in game a few times but still a blast to play,has very good graphical implementation and well done sound too
a good purchase and another play through is in planning
Playing this now, before i fire the 2 Remake up, and **** me, its bloody solid, having a mare with Jack in Dissection.
I screamed the place down when that moulded git dropped from the ceiling, i had to change me duds!
Finally! managed to do Jack, and i found out what those antique coins are for as well now
DOOM starts up in 7 seconds for me. There are games that take a lot longer.