cezi, on 16 February 2013 - 08:46 PM, said:
Incorrect, Cryengine 2 was used for Crysis, Cryengine 1 was used for Far cry and then licensed to Aion. All engines have their plus and negatives, it's better to see how they run for each application rather than blanket over them.
Oh, and here I didn't know that CE2 was used for Crysis, could've checked in wiki thou, but remembered about FarCry thou.
Well, all of the yes, have pluses and minuses, but top performance still is up to developers of the game where that engine is being used.
For example, if nowadays we have 6 core CPUs and more, we have fat GPUs with CUDA etc, why such games barely even use 2 cores and not even up to 100% of their real power?
Even if you'll overclock your CPU and GPU, it won't bring any change to it since game is designed to piss you anyway by it's optimization.
Well, frankly, if I was the head of some game project and saw that it's optimization sux, either I would hit someone in the face and tell them to fix it or simply fire them...