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  1. That's the speedrun strat, see you in AGDQ
  2. Since an update years ago, PS3 officially supports PS4 pads via Bluetooth, which makes impossible to control a PS3 and a PS4 simultaneously. The pad can only be paired to one console, not both. The incident in question was with a pad connected with cable, which was not an official method, and allowed to control a PS3 via cable and a PS4 via Bluetooth, as the pad was still paired to it.
  3. Even in those examples, I find the colours muted. It was a great machine, but I've always hated the colour palette. That blue...urgh
  4. I can put your mind at ease, don't even think to rescue the 360 from the garage (God knows I've been weak in these matters). I've checked in my 360 and a search shows FEAR 2 and 3, but not the first one.
  5. Ah, yes. My PC at the time always crashed as soon as you got outside in the ship (too many flying enemies or something), and the only way to solve it was by telling the game to use DirectX 9 instead of 10 with the -dx9 modifier
  6. Apparently, the reason it can not run perfectly even today is that it was designed to scale with faster clock speeds, but CPU technology went to multi-core instead of that. EDIT And it is Footle by a nose!
  7. I prefer the pad mapping in the 360/PS3 versions (Crysis 2 style) to the pad mapping in the PC version, which keeps a wheel to select suit modes, more suited for mouse control.
  8. Despite being more known for the usual joke about a device ability to run it, Crysis is second to none in the FPS genre and one of the best games ever. Nanosuit Ninja videos in Youtube do really show how this masterpiece can be played.
  9. I agree. I'm now at the last boss and, as soon as I finish it, I'm planning to play the DX version on the 3DS. I would love to play it like I did so many years ago, but I no longer have the Super GameBoy or the cartridge.
  10. Have you managed to find a well hidden one? There's an interesting item nearby.
  11. In 1930! And the idiots thought they had a problem with the economy.
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