Silent Hill Downpour. I have it on 360 and it freezes for a second or two every 3 seconds. That isn't an exaggeration by the way. It's literally: Take 3 steps. FREEZE. Take 5 steps. FREEZE. It only happened when I did every sidequest, but that's hardly acceptable.
And supposedly the PS3 version runs worse.
i got the ps3 version. that does happen and brings the camera all the way to the sky, but it doesnt happen every couple of seconds, it happens every, like, 10 minutes, and sometimes it takes way longer. it happens usually while saving.
I retired from boxing with 1 win and 0 losses. My perfect streak lives on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iunm0CyVSf4
Dragon's Age: Origins Ultimate Edition. It has low framerate all throughout the game. The only moment it doesn't is in very very small place (like in the corner in a small room). Auto-save doesn't help, either.
Dragon's Dogma has seriously low framerate when auto-saving after getting/completing quests, too. What's worse is the auto-save cannot be disabled.
Huh, how about that? Both titles start with 'dragon' :p
3 things I dislike before a game release: The wait, the haters and the trolls
Don't know what game has the lowest frame rate, but Demons Souls has the worst Frame Rate Drops I have experienced in any game This Gen
It has only happened when areas had Black Phantoms around and other enemies as well during PBWT, but it was to the point that it became almost unplayable. There were a few times it happened whilst enemies were swarming around me, and it became really difficult to even discern what was going on and defend myself properly. Thing is, even after killing off all the enemies, the frame rate didn't go back to the default rate at times. I would have to quit the game and load it up again to get back to the default frame rate
Which PS3 do you have? I have a normal Slim and that never happens to me, so is it the fat one?
Normal Slim. I'm pretty sure it is the game, and has nothing to do with the Model.
PS3 without Immersion lacks Rumble and PS3 without Rumble lacks Immersion. Finally Sony did the right thing