• The Facepunch "Yap and Blabber" Chat Thread
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  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35573031]Do you need to borrow my necronomicon?[/QUOTE] Yes along with your boomstick. Oh that was for Zombiedawgs. But still
  • I'll say it again but the next comp should be a 512^3 competition again. I fucking love those things.
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35566647]The specs of the pc that rendered the samaritan were huge. I believe it had 4 top end nvidia graphics cards...[/QUOTE] It had two GTX 580 in sli. So nothing huge. It should have run on only one 580 if they had good optimization, but that is hard to have in the early days. Why you would think it would need 4 is because of the other game developers no intentions to optimize the graphics that are on par with crysis 1.
  • [QUOTE=Civil;35579080]It had two GTX 580 in sli. So nothing huge. It should have run on only one 580 if they had good optimization, but that is hard to have in the early days. Why you would think it would need 4 is because of the other game developers no intentions to optimize the graphics that are on par with crysis 1.[/QUOTE] And when crysis was optimised, we had the horrendous game that was crysis 2...made for consoles!
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35579296]And when crysis was optimised, we had the horrendous game that was crysis 2...made for consoles![/QUOTE] Crysis 1 is not optimized, because "it takes to much time and money". 1920x1080 40-50 fps on Gtx 680 and 7970.
  • Typical British weather, it looks almost fullbright outside. [img]http://puu.sh/pIUZ[/img]
  • [QUOTE=Civil;35579371]Crysis 1 is not optimized, because "it takes to much time and money". 1920x1080 40-50 fps on Gtx 680 and 7970.[/QUOTE] I meant that the engine used in crysis 2 was meant to do a ton of amazing things, whilst being more optimised that crysis, yet we lost most of the features because they made a console game, then ported it over to pc. It would be like spending money on a full suite of pc's, but only letting the kids use netbooks in a lesson.
  • [QUOTE=Timenova;35580076]Typical British weather, it looks almost fullbright outside. [/QUOTE] Cheer up! My backyard is flooded again
  • [QUOTE=mopman999;35581576]Cheer up! My backyard is flooded again[/QUOTE] Quick, go swimming!
  • [QUOTE=mopman999;35581576]Cheer up! My backyard is flooded again[/QUOTE] Dig a really small hole that's miles deep. It'll never flood again.
  • Stumbled upon this on youtube. Turns out these guys used one of my old maps for motion tracking in Source. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNDVPU8L2IM[/media]
  • [QUOTE=l33tkill;35582988]Stumbled upon this on youtube. Turns out these guys used one of my old maps for motion tracking in Source. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNDVPU8L2IM[/media][/QUOTE] This needs to be implemented into mods and games. The quality of Source animation is brilliant here, and would make everything look so much better (and get people to stop saying "SOURCE IS AN OUTDATED ENGINE LOLOLOL").
  • [QUOTE=l33tkill;35582988]Stumbled upon this on youtube. Turns out these guys used one of my old maps for motion tracking in Source. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNDVPU8L2IM[/media][/QUOTE] hey, youre famous
  • [QUOTE=l33tkill;35582988]Stumbled upon this on youtube. Turns out these guys used one of my old maps for motion tracking in Source. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNDVPU8L2IM[/media][/QUOTE] 'Dem shoulders.
  • For those who are photographic like myself, look how much difference there is between 30mm and 18mm. [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9038221/600D_PHOTOS/Low%20Light/30mm.jpg[/t] [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9038221/600D_PHOTOS/Low%20Light/18mm.jpg[/t] I only just shot these by the way. Hahaha... those ducks are back again.
  • [QUOTE=mopman999;35585858]what kind of car is that its like a smart car[/QUOTE] It's a daewoo or something.
  • [QUOTE=mopman999;35585858]what kind of car is that its like a smart car[/QUOTE] I dunno, my auntie bought it ages ago seen as its just her I guess it's all she needs.
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35586762]Nothing wrong with having a small car...i myself own a micra. [B]Automatic license [/B]ftw.[/QUOTE] bfffffhahahahhahahahahaha
  • [QUOTE=ZombieDawgs;35586812]bfffffhahahahhahahahahaha[/QUOTE] Do you not know how easy driving an automatic car is. Basically the test was moving forwards, moving backwards, using the wheel and not killing anyone. I didn't even need to do an emergancy stop. Obviously, times have moved on, so if you run over a small child, it's their own fault for being in the road.
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35586965]Do you not know how easy driving an automatic car is. Basically the test was moving forwards, moving backwards, using the wheel and not killing anyone. I didn't even need to do an emergancy stop. Obviously, times have moved on, so if you run over a small child, it's their own fault for being in the road.[/QUOTE] Automatic cars are better, also more reliable.
  • [QUOTE=IronPhoenix;35586965]Do you not know how easy driving an automatic car is. Basically the test was moving forwards, moving backwards, using the wheel and not killing anyone. I didn't even need to do an emergancy stop. Obviously, times have moved on, so if you run over a small child, it's their own fault for being in the road.[/QUOTE] He knows exactly how easy it is - that's why he's laughing. Manual master race right here.
  • Master race being the people who put unnecessary effort and focus into driving and have a far greater chance of destroying their transmissions, usually with no practical reason other than pretending they're "old school". Okay.
  • [QUOTE=Pyth;35587258]Master race being the people who put unnecessary effort and focus into driving and have a far greater chance of destroying their transmissions, usually with no practical reason other than pretending they're "old school". Okay.[/QUOTE] But I look so cool in my 1970s Porsche!!!
  • [QUOTE=Pyth;35587258]Master race being the people who put unnecessary effort and focus into driving and have a far greater chance of destroying their transmissions, usually with no practical reason other than pretending they're "old school". Okay.[/QUOTE] Driving with a manual transmission is more fun and forces you to be more aware of your driving, which is especially helpful/safer on long or boring trips.