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8 Games that Got Terrible PC Ports

Ron Whitaker | 26 Jun 2015 16:00
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Unfortunately, we're all familiar with bad PC ports. Games that are designed for console, then ported to the PC with a minimum of effort. Sometimes the graphics are bad, and sometimes the controls don't work well. No matter what the issues are, we always find ourselves wishing the devs had spent more time on them. These eight games are great examples of exactly what a bad port looks like.

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Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

Fully three years after it was released on console, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West finally landed on PC. One would expect that those intervening years would have been used to make a great PC port, but that assumption would be wrong. The port featured low-resolution art assets that made everything look grainy, and there was no VSync option in the graphic settings. Worse, there was a ton of motion blur in the game that you couldn't turn off, and the game was capped at 30 fps.

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