Discussion in 'PS2' started by LANMANLOL, Mar 24, 2005.
What's better San Andreas for X-Box or for PC?
Holy crap! That is alot to talk about.
But I will give you some general things to think about...
With the PC, you have better graphics, but you might have issues with it if you don't have the right requirements for the game, plus, you have to like sit at a desk. Plus, you will have to either use a controller, keyboard, or what have you.
With the Xbox, you can sit comfortably in a chair or whatever you feel like, use a standard controller (which is better to be honest with you), and just comfortable really.
It all depends, but take this into account...
-Depending on what you get, you can get more/hidden levels with pc games over console games, and vice versa.
So it all depends on what kind of experience you want to have while playing.
I am a pc gamer myself, cause I play a crapload of RTS and nothing on a console can compare to playing them online or on my computer.
So, you just have to see what you like.
Hope this helps!
Not sure why this was posted in our Audio forum. Teleported.
Lol Neph, this would be better suited to PS2 General. =P
It is not out for PC yet, but if it does get ported and you have a decent gaming rig, get the PC version. Of course by then the GTA:SA XBOX version would be much cheaper. =)
if your PC can handle it, i would say the PC version.
You have to have a good set up though or it will not be able to keep up and you will have video lags, like when you drive fast and the road ahead turn blue and it takes time for the graphics to show up causing you to run into things that were not drawn there yet.
Yup...driving into the blue screen of death!
But, steimy's right, best to have a hooked up pc before trying out games like that.
Yeah, i had Vice City for PC and ended up buying the PS2 version instead due to the B.S.O.D.
It really pissed me off on missions where time was a factor. I would run into lamp posts that wren't even there until After i crashed into them, that sucked.
then again what did i expect from a Compaq Presario system. Although that was the only game it had problems with, my Half-Life played just fine.
Now...are you SURE you weren't drinking and driving?!
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