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Thread: Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow Demo

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    Less parts more efficient jmsnipe's Avatar
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    Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow Demo

    It's been out for about seven hours now. I haven't had too much time to play it, but it looks good. I'll post a little more after I beat it.
    Engineering sucks the life out of you.

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    Aw, any chance of a multiplayer demo coming out? That's the real aspect of the game that interests me.

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    Got it - runs like crap on this 32Mb Nvidia 5200 go equipped Dell 8600

    Sager 8790 coming home tomorrow...should be sweeeeeet!! :banana: :smash:

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    i think it is cool ass demo . It runs like crap on my 5670 (thats why i use thermal goggles a lot so my framerate is better). At the end of the demo though, they tell you to download the multiplayer demo, so i guess there will be one soon.
    - Thinking inside the box is cool!

    my 5670: P4 2.66/RADEON9000 128MB/1 GIG O' RAM/40GIG HD 5400RPM
    my DESKTOP: AMD Athlon 64 3000+/Nforce 3 250 mobo/RADEON9800 128MB/512 MB O' RAM/40GIG HD 7200RPM
    Currently Playing: Star Ocean 3, CS:S, Stepmania

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    awesome, i really look forward to that. the gameplay seems really cool, i've always looked forward to a multiplayer stealth game, and this looks like it will provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robcoo1025
    i think it is cool ass demo . It runs like crap on my 5670 (thats why i use thermal goggles a lot so my framerate is better). At the end of the demo though, they tell you to download the multiplayer demo, so i guess there will be one soon.
    What are your settings? My 5670 is running it just fine. As in gameplay, I made it through the train and am now making my way through the abandoned shipyard. The moving grass is really neat to watch, perfect for hiding bodies, too.
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    800x600, high detail. I installed new drivers without changing a thing in the control panel, so everything is high quality with vsync on, it should run i bit better with those settings turned off. The game looks GOOD on my friends radeon 9800, makes me drool .
    - Thinking inside the box is cool!

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    my DESKTOP: AMD Athlon 64 3000+/Nforce 3 250 mobo/RADEON9800 128MB/512 MB O' RAM/40GIG HD 7200RPM
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    I'm having no problems at 1024x768 with Omega Corner 4.2's
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    The multiplayer demo will undoubtedly be boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robcoo1025
    i think it is cool ass demo . It runs like crap on my 5670 (thats why i use thermal goggles a lot so my framerate is better). At the end of the demo though, they tell you to download the multiplayer demo, so i guess there will be one soon.

    what sager 5670 do you have and how old is it? It shouldn't run like crap.
    Sager 5670-S
    15" UXGA "Wide Angles" TFT Active Matrix w/ATI
    2.8 Ghz Intel PentiumR 4 Processor w/512k L2 Cache
    ATI M9 (128MB) DDR
    60GB Ultra ATA/100 Hard Drive at 5,400 RPM
    FSB = 533 MHz

    512MB RAM CL2 @ 2.5V
    200 pin DDR SO-DIMM
    PC2100 (DDR266 / PC266)
    Double-sided
    16 chips, 32Mx8 DDR
    Chips p/n: M2S56D30AKT-75
    Combo 8X DVD/24x10x24 CD-RW

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