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    Thumbs up Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

    Was hoping the game would be good, but you never know these days...

    But reviews look good on Metacritic. 86!

    But I like this kind of game view/review time thng more, looks great, and with Frankie you know its a good game if he enjoys himself.

    and, this is strickly imho, but looks like the best LOTR / Hobiit game, even though I love the setting, the games never grabbed me at all.


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    I have been watching gameplay vids of this game and the only things I noticed that sucked were the actual players prsonally i think the only thing thats currently bad about the game is that i don't have it
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    Yeah, this game is looking wicked cool. I'll probably be getting it on PS4 as I hear Xbone is capped @ 30fps/720p and PS4 running 60fps/1080p.

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    Should be getting the PC version tomorrow, going to have to dust off the old Xbox controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keepa34 View Post
    I have been watching gameplay vids of this game and the only things I noticed that sucked were the actual players prsonally i think the only thing thats currently bad about the game is that i don't have it
    yup, I agree..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeoTeK View Post
    Yeah, this game is looking wicked cool. I'll probably be getting it on PS4 as I hear Xbone is capped @ 30fps/720p and PS4 running 60fps/1080p.
    The fps thing sucks... but unless you have a tv larger than 60" you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keepa34 View Post
    The fps thing sucks... but unless you have a tv larger than 60" you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p
    That would depend on how far you are sitting from the screen no?

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    Try telling that to my eyes. I can clearly see a difference when watching a 720p upscaled on my 46" as apposed to watching a 1080p.

    Interestingly enough, I find 720p looks better on my 32" as that is it's native resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isengard View Post
    That would depend on how far you are sitting from the screen no?


    Here's the source

    http://carltonbale.com/1080p-does-matter/
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    Found this pretty interesting...



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