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30 April 2013 - 06:15 PM
They'd probably all be the same versions, wouldn't they? The Steam version has touch and accelerometer support and I'd doubt they'd want to splinter the userbase by making a non-steamworks version of the game considering that the multiplayer code uses steamworks for matchmaking.
04 April 2013 - 02:25 PMWOW, WOW
This is really cool, I kinda thought they had completely forgotten to update the game.
I might actually buy the metal sonic DLC and play the game more online now, if it's more stable.
S0L has been ridiculously supportive on the Steam forums, popping up in almost every thread. There's PC-only titles that have gotten far less after-launch developer support than what SASRT (which is clearly a console port) has gotten. Sega may not give a shit about it but Sumo have been wonderful.
07 March 2013 - 06:52 AMIt's a shame that one of the best racing games to come out in a long time is getting so little attention, particularly a Sonic/Sega based one. The (far, far superior) PC version has been largely ignored, probably because Sega has done such a terrible job marketing it. PC isn't even listed as one of the platforms the game is available for on the official website.
Really, this game is fucking fantastic. Everyone should get it already. If you have a half-decent PC, which is anything made in the last 5 years or so with discreet graphics, it's a better buy than the console version if only because of exclusive content. If you have a relatively modern PC you should be able to run it at max detail 1080p 60fps no problem. Texture, geometry and shader detail are all improved over the console versions too.
30 October 2011 - 07:57 AM5.1 speakers or stereo?
Fuck it, just get a Xonar. I have two.
30 October 2011 - 01:46 AMJust using headphones? Get something with coax/optical out and connect it to an amp.
That should work I guess.