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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: Great feel and incredibly responsive. Sleek look and very comfortable for medium sized hands. Excellent build quality.
Cons: Could go without the light, but that is just my taste. Nothing to break an egg for.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent performance and boot time. Great looking machinge with stong build. There was a learning curve with Windows 8.1, but once I figured it out, I actually liked it.
Runs everygame I have played at maximum settings without issue save one.
Cons: The only thing in OS 8.1 one that continues to annoy me is the Charms bar. Just get rid of it already.
Had some challenges getting some of my older games to run. Had to change a few Nvidia settings.
Had some trouble with screen lag on Risen 3. Never figured out the problem. It was the only game with this problem, and didn't matter what the graphics were set to.
Other Thoughts: Some have noted a poor sound quality compared to other laptops built in speakers. I almost always either have a headset on, or plug into external speakers. So I can't say, but it sounds great in surround sound.
Out of box default setting forced everygame to run at minimal settings...Why, ASUS would I spend over $2000 on computer to play games at minimal settings?
Still a 5 egg profuct. I won't knock ASUS for things I don't like about Windows. I will chalk Risen up as an oddity for now. If I have any problems with The Witcher 3 or Borderlands, I will be back to update.
This review is from: Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag Xbox One
Pros: Beautiful and full world to explore. The controls are superbly campatable with the gameplay for naval warfare (no small feat for those who played III). By far the best installment in the series since II.
Cons: I don't really have any. I didn't feel the combat controls flowed as well with Kenway as in previous installments, but that is nitpicking.
Other Thoughts: My review may be biased. I have been a huge fan of the series since its creation. AC III did leave me with a rather sour taste in my mouth though. So much so in fact that I conscidered being finished with the series. Very much glad that I did not do that. Perhaps that was Ubisofts masterplan.READ FULL REVIEW