Make sure all your cards are equal, something like that, I couldnt play Morrowind all because one of my cards was updated and another wasnt.
BTW, it was a windows 2000 not a millinium.
amoebamansry about the :p in the first message, it was because i hit colin, P which makes the :P thingie. but noone has quite answered my question. is the full game good enough to spend 100 bucks on a new video card? i want an answer for this from a DIE HARD MOH FAN!!! thanx
YES, lol. you will need the card not only for this game, but future games. I believe youll like PA. i mean, MoH:PA :bows: .
I just bought a high spec machine, P4P800E mobo, P4 3.2GHz, 1GB RAM, GA-N57256V video and the game runs like a snail. It's barely playable with all the settings turned OFF!!!![EDITEDBY="Thief_"][/EDITEDBY]
I dont understand why with your system specs, the game should run fine. Close all background programs and defrag your harddrive just in case.
I'm lying when I say trust me
8th June 2004
Thats your problem right there. Integrated video has 0 chance of running a brand new game. Get a better video card.
110% shit dont buy it save your money
and im a die hard MOH fan
Your a die hard AA fan. No open mindedness at all. You really gonna stay with AA and let more games come out? Go back to 6th grade because 110% is not possible.
Sad to say but Pacific Assault is a huge let-down. There's something gritty and involving about WW2, European settings that is still lacking in games covering the same conflict, set elsewhere. I think the PS", Medal of honor Frontline, is best in the franchise. But for now I'll stick with CoD and DoD - and wait for Brothers in Arms. :tank:
Its set in fucking jungles on islands. DUH it aint gonna be like Europe. Its a let down to you, I think its a fun game.
The Pacific was, from veterans opinions, almost twice as horrible as Europe, because at least in europe if somebody fired a gun, they had a chance of seeing the flash.
Pacfic was alot more harder too of the jungles and bugs and other shit . Europe and.......Nazis i guess