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and is very slow when it works

its jerky camera movement basicly unplayable it was working ok but now its sluggish and it shuts down my computer at random times , you guys need to fix this game, i have patched

im on windows 7
2900xt graphics
2 gigs dualchannel ddr2
lots of hardrive space etc

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Jerky camera movement is often related to mouse smoothing and a few other settings that can be adjusted in the .inis and such - it's been a frequent issue, search this forum and check the stickies.

As for the hard crashes, unfortunately we don't have a lot on this one at the moment. :p

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thanks I guess but my computer can run mass effect 2 and this game is stalling and lagging for no reason all of a sudden the first part when you wake up ran fine

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It won't be your computer not being good enough, no. That's the unfortunate thing about PC games, that depending on the computer, sometimes some games will have problems - Alpha Protocol, ME2, etc.

Jerky camera/mouse and fps improvements are generally fixable issues with several tricks mentioned in this forum, e.g;
http://forums.obsidi...showtopic=55163
http://forums.obsidi...showtopic=55140
http://forums.obsidi...p;#entry1036075
etc.


hopefully the hard crashes aren't too frequent, and you should be able to get it working better.




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