Category Archives: PC Performance Analyses

Operation Flashpoint: Red River PC Performance Analysis

Codemasters released the latest part of the Operation Flashpoint series, Red River. As with Dragon Rising, Red River is based on the Codies’ in-house engine, the EGO engine. To be more precise, Red River is based on the 2.0 version of EGO engine, the same version that was used in Dirt 3 and will be used in F1 2011. So time to see how well the game performs with a modern-day PC. Continue reading Operation Flashpoint: Red River PC Performance Analysis

Dungeon Siege III PC Performance Analysis

Dungeon Siege III is slated for a European release on June 17th an American release on June 21st. Fans of this action RPG game will be eager to get their hands on it, and since we got our review code, we can offer you a performance analysis. This performance analysis will give you an idea of how the game will perform with your system. Is Obsidian’s latest offer CPU or GPU bound and does it take advantage of multi-GPUs? Let’s find out. Continue reading Dungeon Siege III PC Performance Analysis

Duke Nukem Forever PC Performance Analysis

Most of you pretty much know what happened with Duke Nukem Forever so we won’t discuss extensively its development cycle. For those that don’t, here is how the story goes more or less. 3D Realms developed the PC version with an enhanced Unreal engine and was shut down, about two years ago. After its closure, Triptych Games decided to continue the game’s development and due to their hard work, the PC version of DNF was almost finished. Gearbox Software then stepped in and acquired the game’s rights. With Piranha Games’ help, the company polished, ported the PC version to consoles and added the multiplayer mode. And voila, Duke Nukem is back with us. Continue reading Duke Nukem Forever PC Performance Analysis

Dirt 3 PC Performance Analysis

One of the most anticipated racing games is finally here with us. Dirt 3 might not be the epitome of racing simulation and might disappoint fans of rally racing, but make no mistake. This is a great blend between arcade and simulation. It’s packed with different racing modes, which basically means that you won’t get bored easily with it. And here is your chance to be on Ken Block’s shoes and try all those mind-blowing tricks with his Ford Fiesta. That’s right, Dirt 3 is good and on top of that, it features an addictive multiplayer mode. Continue reading Dirt 3 PC Performance Analysis