> If you want to play FEAR at an even remotely acceptable level you need to dish
> out cake to play it on a nice card. I found that out recently when my wife
> bought it for me for XMas. It's a slideshow. Your statement has validity since
> PC game companies hopped in the sack with videocard manufacturers to ultimately
> build games that can't even be rendered at 60fps with a $500 card at the time of
> their release. It's ridiculous. You end up buying a new PC for nextgen games.
> No word of a lie, FEAR has turned me off to PC gaming altogether if their
> operating model is to make me fork out $200 a year plus the price of a new game
> to play it at low detail.
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