[brings out a basket of tomatoes and sits in the corner wearing TMNT headband] --- Gt & Steam: TheFeralWarrior Member of PC Master Race
#2patribrodPosted 8/29/2013 4:32:40 AM
Why would it?
Is the game a good port? Runs well? Might get it for couch coop... --- FX8350 / ATI Sapphire 7870XT OCed / Patriot 64GB SSD / 3x1TB WD Black / Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 / 12GB DDR3 / 750W C-Master GX / Corsair 300R / Steam ID : PatriBrod
I consider it a good port. No options to change graphic settings, but I'm running it at 60 fps. Not sure about couch coop, but the online coop is having issues.
Most people seem to hate the new look, but I love it. Probably my favorite look. My least favorite being the 3D TMNT movie where they looked like lizards with shells. --- Gt & Steam: TheFeralWarrior Member of PC Master Race
#4my_name_is_EdPosted 8/29/2013 8:23:31 AM
*grabs one of the tomatoes and throws it at TC's face*
*leaves the topic* --- http://i.imgur.com/cSf50Qs.png
It's pretty good. The combat is fairly deep for a game of that nature, graphics do the job just fine and you can always force AF, as well as MSAA+SGSSAA through Nvidia Inspector to smoothen it all up. --- 3770K @ 4.5Ghz | 16GB | TITAN Steam | PSN | XBL: GVAmson23
#9Marioface5Posted 8/29/2013 12:53:28 PM
Any issues with bugs or crashes? As much as I enjoyed playing The Amazing Spider-Man, I never did finish it because it was prone to randomly crashing and Activision never bothered to have it fixed. --- The world gets weirder every day. PSN: Marioface5
#10DerPancakePosted 8/29/2013 1:02:17 PM(edited)
"So much for the ninja part of the game. Where ninjas are fast and smooth, here its like your actually trying to control something that just ate 10 pizzas."