Dead Space has two parts where you are defending the hull of the ship you're on from oncoming meteor collisions. If it takes too much damage, you die. My laptop at the time did not have the power to render these sequences smoothly (single digit FPS) and made it impossible for me to do this legit. Trust me I tried for at least 30 minutes. Eventually I wound up using the infinite hull option on Caliber's trainer and got passed that part.
Thanks Cheat Happens! Would have probably given up on that game if the trainer didn't exist.
Great game. Great series. Actually, I had never played DS3 so I recently started it and I'm about 2/3rds the way. What made you think of Dead Space, anywhich? Did you play all three Neo?
Remember the scene in DS2 where Isaac is on the table and we had to guide a needle into his eye with NO movement whatsoever? (((shudder))) Poor Isaac, I missed 3-4 times.
One cool thing is they all have low trainer counts, and the trainers still work. DS1 and DS2 both had 3 trainers and DS3 has 2. Compare that to current offerings that have needed *37* versions because of patches and updates. And the games often still don't work.
Seemes like every series has at least one game folks don't care for as much. I thought the DS series of three games ALL rocked, as did/do their trainers. Ahhh, boy, gaming and trainers as it used to be. (sigh)
should i try again?, i remember the controls being abit crap, but i can look past that if the story is good
Well, I sure think so. The grafix in all of them were well done and interesting. I always have problems getting the keys defined just like I want them. I never did get used to the WSAD setup. Story for me, was 'ok'. Not on a par with, say, Witcher 3, Deus Ex HR, Dishonored or Mass Effect, but the gameplay kept me happy.
I would start at #1 and play right thru all of them. I don't see how you could be disappointed. The first two are creepier than #3 but the gameplay is still good. Haven't played 1 and 2 for awhile but I assume the trainers still work well. The game and trainer for #3 are working great. I've had zero crashes, no problems at all. That's hard to find these days. And I'm running DS3 on full Ultra settings.
In fact, if you play them all and think they suck, blame it on me. I'll take full responsibility. What, me worry?
[Edited by Neo7, 7/15/2014 7:24:55 AM]
Now that I'm in this new pc, Intel 4770K, 32GB ram, NVidia GTX Titan Black, I'm gradually working my way thru some games that kicked my butt on my old PC and it's really enjoyable.
I recall seeing you post about buying some new components not too awfully long ago. Are you playing some games that you couldn't play before? For me, that's more fun than some of the other Early Access stuff coming out.
My only complaint with the DS series is in #3 there are some BS puzzles you have to solve to get, for instance, a door to unlock. If you don't solve it, you go no further. Took me over an hour to get this one diagonal puzzle.
Witcher 2 was another one that killed my frames on the old pc. I recently finished that one on here, too, and can't wait for W3 to get here.
I'd imagine the detail rocks.... Asus or which? You didn't buy that CPU you posted about, I think it was at NewEgg?
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