FYI - Most games still only utilize one core, while some two, and hardly a handful four cores.
It's the same thing that most games are still made in 32-bit for DirectX 9; however, most people have 64-Bit OS and at least DirectX 10 cards or better.
The music from the first video remind me of Megaman for the NES. xD
I agree with the OP on this.
To me, there hasn't been a MMO that has implemented something like this that seemed effective, since Ultima Online, sadly. It's seems to be a lost style in these games.
All right, a well known issue: GPU operates at 30-50% and fps are low, around 25-35. Once GPU goes 90% busy, you get 60-70 FPS. Note, that Battlefield 3 and Mass Effect 3, for instance, keep your GPU 90% busy all the time. So its the game`s end.
EnMasse, not sure if you`re aware of this problem, but it definitely needs your attention and some performance tweaking. Average computer, i5 2400 + 560 Ti + 8Gb 1333 Ram should run this game like butter at all conditions, so make it happen.
OP, it's unfortunate that so many of these neanderthals think that you are bragging about your build under the guise of complaint. I understand what issue you are talking about and have encountered it as well, as I monitored my CPU and GPU during beta. +1 to you.
This, I was actually glad to see this thread as I noticed something similiar as I have my CPU monitoring on my 2nd monitor and play Tera on the main screen. Seemed weird that only 50-60% was being used at times in the game, noticed it most in Velika where it would have been most helpful to have it fully used.
At 80% of the replies in this thread: stop posting your computer specs and stating how you get awesome FPS. soo much unnecessary epeen. It would be helpful if you at least said whether or not you noticed the game ever using 50% of the processing available, or it always stayed 90%+
I'd rather not run my PC at top capacity, because that's how it gets burnt out more quickly. If you read my post my PC is 4 years old and operates better then most of the people's here.
It's not an e-peen situation here. In most cases, if not almost all, it's a user error of a backround application, faulty hardware, burnt out hardware, lack of maintenance, or something else that most people miss.
I understand people have issues, but this to me seems like the OP has something else going on. It's like taking a car that's a year old to the shop that has been driving badly and wondering why it's like that while someone with a older car is still running mint.
I just thought of the "Outlaw" button.
Is someone able to use this as a quick way to flag themselves to try to entice someone to attack with no penalties by allowing the other person to attack first?