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Call of Duty

Asch

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This Call of Duty map by a new developer in the database known as Kil[L]JoY puts me, the reviewer, in a bit of a predicament. My jaw just dropped when I saw the submitted screenshot, and I was even
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more impressed when I actually went in-game to test the map out. The quality is exceptional. This is comparable to any official map I\'ve ever seen and in some ways much better, aesthetically speaking. That\'s where the problem lies, however. So much effort was put into making everything look so perfectly realistic that it seems performance has dropped significantly. From almost any position on the map, you\'ll get all sorts of \"too many visible models\" messages in the console, and you\'ll notice your FPS drop. A good use of portals might fix this, but still, everything is so incredibly detailed that the game actually has a hard time handling it. Without a cap on my frames per second, I might achieve some 150-200 FPS in the stock Call of Duty with my max settings. At a number of points on this map, I get around 20-40 FPS due to the excess model lag. I can\'t imagine how a lower-end computer would respond to this, but I\'d still recommend you test the map out. Check out the screenshot below to see just how wonderful it looks in the game, download it now, and see if your computer can handle the beauty of Asch! ;) -xXezekielXx PS: I dropped the \"Tech\" and \"Fun Factor\" scores because the lag tends to interfere with gameplay for me.

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Date Added:
13/09/2006
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