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Check out a trailer for Hawken showing of its GPU-accelerated, NVIDIA-only PhysX effects.
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FPS is more important
Too bad the game's dead. R.I.P Hawken.
Fake, there is no change with or without in real, going for radeon cards, nvidia dissapointed me with fake useless crap! Game also dissapointed, very unballanced battles and mechs, few one hit eanyone , few one hiit die, ssharpshooter sniper class is most useles in this game, maps so small, every battle is like close melee , after playing months i still not understand where shod i look enemies on rader , where cooldowns for skills , they dissapear, and many many other things lik sliding wich is so bad, orientation no mini map and movement with sliding is something unbelievably bad, after so many thime nothing changed, game half year without any most wanted ballance fixes and without any new content, looks lik its deat at least for me 1/10
I would say the glowing, turbulent particle motion is the best, most compelling use of PhysX yet. If the point of this hobby is immersion and both card makers are more or less equal, why not go with NVIDIA and see what the feature holds as the generation continues?
Although, yeah, I admit a super sweet deal or the right kind of bundle motivates me to spend my hard earned cash way more than a feature used in a handful of games.
stop saying really cool. sounds unprofessional
good on paper but I've yet to see anything with PhysX that looks good to me. It just looks.. gimmicky in the videos. I still prefer Nvidia cards though.
@666NightsInHell You must be trolling.
@666NightsInHell I feel as though people this unintelligent shouldn't get to voice their opinion.
@Saketume The trench coats in Mafia 2 were nice looking. Sometimes the little details looks better than particles flying around purely because they can.
@SaketumeI like both AMD/ATi and Nvidia parts, but yeah, I agree. It does look like a gimmick.
@pongley I was thinking the same thing. There all the same effect recycled over and over.