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Rainbow Six: Vegas performance analysis

Posted on Wednesday, December 27 2006 @ 13:38:40 CET by

AnandTech benchmarked high-end, mainstream and low-end graphics cards in Rainbow Six: Vegas.
When a consumer brings home a game for their PC that they've paid for with their hard-earned money, they should be able to enjoy that game without having to deal with things like crashing and incompatibility issues. Granted, it's not as easy to buy, setup and play a game for the PC as it is for a console system, and some would cite this as an incentive to go with a console gaming system instead of a PC. We feel however, that PCs have just as much if not more potential than consoles for providing incredible gaming experiences.



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