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MEGAMUR Posted 2/2/2010 3:34:02 PM
Ever since I got a PC that could run the game at a decent framerate, I never touched the Xbox version again. I really do need to play it again someday, though, since it's not exactly the same as the PC version. --- "Also, I just really can't think of any good ideas." -Koji Igarashi, Producer of the Castlevania series
Corrosion Posted 2/3/2010 11:57:20 AM
I used to play this on PC a while ago, but now I just play the Xbox version..more simplistic and trimmed down, no need to sit upright on a chair and no need to install...I just pop it in the disc drive and play on the couch. Graphics shouldn't matter much for Doom 3, it's heavily outdated and the only significant difference between the two versions is the resolution.
MEGAMUR Posted 2/3/2010 6:11:35 PM
...the only significant difference between the two versions is the resolution.
And the quality of the textures.
And the complexity of the environments.
And the fact that the Xbox version is missing a level.
And many of its remaining levels are altered.
And the PC version has mouse support.
And a developer's console.
And also runs at a better framerate if your hardware's good enough.
But they're basically the same, otherwise. --- "Also, I just really can't think of any good ideas." -Koji Igarashi, Producer of the Castlevania series