New Screenshots and System Specs Emerge for Max Payne 3

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Badelhas

I agree, it should be another console-port-crap. These recommended specs make no sense. This is to give us the impression that it´s not going to console port.

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jason2393

Darn, my soundcard is only 99 percent DirectX 9 compatible.

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Humpfester

Thank Buddha I have 32 gigs, rofl.

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Scatmanbrandt

I was tempted to get this game but after reading that I don't know. . . I don't think my GTS450 can handle that *sarcasm*

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bling581

They recommend 16GB of RAM? I built a top of the line system last fall and I've been running everything on ultra to max settings with only 4GB of RAM. I have 6 installed but having an issue with my computer getting it to read one stick. I can't imagine a game really needing more than 8GB or so. Would it even utilize 16GB of RAM? Just seems downright excessive.

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Duck Dodgers

Dat file size...

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LatiosXT

Considering it's minimum OS requirement is Windows XP, yeah, it feels like Rockstar just didn't bother with recommended specs.

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azuza001

So the minimum requirement is pretty much any video card since Bioshock 1 but they recommend the best thats available right now? Sounds more like "Eh, just use whatever you want, it should work as long as its not a Trident 9750...."

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vrmlbasic

+1

I like how they recommend Bulldozer and Intel's processor for "high end" though, while it does pain me, the Intel really pwns the Bulldozer. If Bulldozer is good enough for the maximum, then the Intel is overkill...

I'm convinced that the game won't live up to the PC's potential, not even close, but it sounds as though we could get a decent port that _tries_ to rise above the console's limitations, a Human Revolution instead of a Borderlands or one of the other innumerable half-assed PC ports.

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Raswan

That's exactly what I was going to say. So stupid. Gives us no info.

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