Can someone please clarify for me, is this a revamp of the old title, a new game altogether or what?
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LOL, that's fricken hilarious :)
I would go with Silent Hill, Condemed, Dead Island or Alan Wake.
I have the Razor mouse and I can say honestly it's worth the money. Here's the deal, for the most part a mouse is mouse. Yeah, tracking, percision, etc. But there are so many mice out there that already compete in the world of high percision and honestly once you get to a certain level of percision anything beyond that is just a wash. However with the Razor mice, they really go the extra mile. The cords for instance are covered in braided nylon and are amazingly strong. The battery bays are in the center for balance and the cover is magnentically sealed, not locked with some little flap that will break over time. Comfort and glide is great. If you want a mouse to fall in love with go Razor. If you're just looking for another mouse, go Logitech. I love my Razor, first time I've ever endorsed a mouse.
Looks pretty good, any idea if a 64-bit version is going to be out anytime soon?
PC will always be able to smash consoles. Consoles once manufactured can rarely be moded to improve capabilities. PCs however are alwyas getting better, faster, etc. My PC destroys any consoles out on the market, the graphics are insanely better on my PC than on any of the consoles.
Perhaps Silent Hill would make a good addition to your collection. It's my all time favorite horror survival game franchise. Next maybe Resident Evil.
I believe you can actually buy the converter however, the problem is you will only received the quality of the lowest denominator. In this case it would be the composite end. They do make upscalers which you might be able to leverage to do a little enhancing, but I wouldn't get your hopes too high.
When building a gaming rig your 2 main bottle neck points are going to be the obvious one your graphics card and second one your ram. If I were you and I didn't have enough money to get away from a traditional fsb like you're running now, I'd first max out my ram. Next I'd overclock the cpu and replace the graphics cards with another crossfire configuration, one with faster specs and more memory. Shared processing power between 2 cards will almost always be faster than a single fat card. Now if you're willing to spend a bit more, the prime approach would be to replace your motherboard with an I7 which will get rid of the fsb altogether giving you amazing ram access speeds, then max out the ram, then do another crossfire setup. Just my 2 cents.
My rig specs:
8 core I7 overclocked
32 gb ram
Dual nvidia 2gb sli video
1.5 tb raid ssd
Lightening fast system