Last week I upgraded my video card from an Nvidea 6600 to an ASUS EN8800GT. I was going to get the 9600GT for AUD $219, but the old (last December, less then 5 months!) 8800GT was only AUD$ 279
According to the reviews the 9600 is a good purchased b/c it almost equals the 8800GT in most aspects, but it lacks the extra “oomph”.

So after 2 years of playing Battlefield 2 in 800 x 600 with minimal settings, now it is 1600×1200 with everything on MAX …. aahh bliss! Now I can see what shot me, still can’t shoot it 🙁

But Battlefield was getting a bit boring so I purchased my first computer game for over a year. It’s name is Crysis.

Crysis DVD Cover.jpg

The reviews said it pushed your system to the max. They weren’t joking.
I have a P4 3ghz, 2 GB RAM, 8800GT and it is running on the lowest settings! 640×380, low settings

So how is the game?

Fracking great!

If you play the game on the hardest level, the enemies speak in Korean, rather than English. If you’re like me, you want that for the other difficulty levels, because it’s that much more realistic. So, here’s how you do it.

Go to C:Program FilesElectronic ArtsCrytekCrysisGameConfig, or your equivalent.

Open diff_easy.cfg, diff_normal.cfg, or diff_hard.cfg

Look for this:

— AI voice readability

ai_UseAlternativeReadability = 1

Change the 1 to a 0, and your opponents will speak Korean. Enjoy!