09-26-2010 11:42 PM #1
09-27-2010 01:44 AM #2
When it's released, New Vegas fo sho. Starcraft 2 is the big thing now-a-days, so if you are into those kinds of games, you should try it. Mass Effect 2 was also great on PC.
09-27-2010 01:55 AM #3
09-27-2010 02:18 AM #4
Heard Dragon Age was a must.
Also ME is pretty well improved on PC. New interface, better framerate, the works.Don't Reach, Young Blood
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09-27-2010 03:41 AM #5
DA on PC and DA on console control differently so they're technically different games.Great quotes on the internet:
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09-27-2010 04:13 AM #6
I own both, the PS3 and PC version. They definitely play out differently. While the PC version is more in the tradition of the older D&D computer series, the PS3 version plays out a bit like Knights of the Old Republic.
Another good multiplat title would be Bioshock 2. The PC version features superior graphics (especially when compared to the PS3 release and it's rather poor textures and the sluggish torch animations) and (AFAIK) allows cross-platform multiplayer (Games for Windows LIVE/XBOX Live)PSN/XBL: BLINX1234
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09-27-2010 10:06 AM #8
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09-27-2010 09:04 PM #11
Far Cry 2
Fallout 3 and New Vegas
Battlefield Bad Company 2
Mass Effect 2
ANY Valve game (Team Fortress, Left 4 Dead, etc etc..)
Those are just the multiplat games.....
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I'm going to go ahead and say it. Anything that's available on console and PC, is probably better on PC unless your PC is an outdated turd, like mine is.
09-27-2010 11:30 PM #13
Pretty much everything that's not made by Ubisoft. I would start with Dead Rising 2.
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09-28-2010 01:48 AM #15
However, what's not defined here is "should be played on PC." For what reasons? If the answer is superior performance, then the thread is moot because the PC is going to outperform the console pretty much every single time.
If "should be played on pc" focuses more on the entire package, like hassle (getting shit to work properly or optimally etc etc etc), comfort, ease of multiplayer, and several other considerations then in several instances, the console is going to win.
It really all depends. All things considered; an RTS should be played on the PC. FPS's control much better on a PC - but I prefer playing them on the PS3 in most instances. I could go on, but it's all a personal preference in the end.Currently Playing: Uncharted 3, Zelda: Skyward Sword
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