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The Last Remnant related files for PC

Below is a list of files related to The Last Remnant (PC) gathered from around the net in one place for your convenience.


Num Item Links
1 Demo Download (1GB)
2 Full Game Steam
Buy
Download
3 Related Websites Official Website
Wikipedia
GiantBomb
MobyGames
The Last Remnant Wiki
GameRankings
GameSpot
IGN
GameFAQs
GameFront
4 System Requirements View
5 Box Covers View
6 Game Icon Download
7 Reviews GameRankings
MobyGames
8 Screenshots GameSpot
MobyGames
GiantBomb
Xfire
GameFAQs
9 Soundtrack iTunes
RPGFan
Buy
Download
10 Hacks View
11 Unlockables View
12 Videos GameTrailers
GameSpot
Xfire
13 Save File Download
14 Trainer Download
15 Wallpapers Link
16 Walkthroughs Link
17 Guide PDF Download
18 Avatars Source 1
Source 2
19 Ringtone Download

Heavy Rain (PS3) Review

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: Quantic Dream
Genre: Adventure
Release Date: February 23, 2010
ESRB: Mature 17+

This would have been an excellent game if not for major story flaws.

Gezegond Score: 7.5
Pros: Features the best possible gameplay for storytelling Story is fantastic in the middle of the game Characters look real and are animated well
Cons: Plot holes Plot inconsistencies Disappointing ending

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The Last Remnant (PC) Review

Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Product Development Division 2
Genre: JRPG
Release Date: March 24, 2009
ESRB: Mature 17+

The Last Remnant had the potential to be a great JRPG only if the gameplay system wasn’t so random.

Gezegond Score: 7.0
Pros: Beautiful, immersive world Up to 18 party members PC tweaks make the game more playable
Cons: Too much randomness in gameplay Lack of control on your party members in and out of battle Some important gameplay mechanics are never explained in the game Missable Content

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Resolutions comparison sheet

A digital image is made of “pixels“, small dots of color that when stringed together, form the image. The more pixels you have, the clearer the image is. The total number of these pixels in an image is called “Resolution“.
Another important factor of any image is the “Aspect Ratio“. This states how wide an image is. As an example, a 4:3 image is any image that it’s width is 4/3 times larger than it’s height.

This is a list comparing different resolutions, included are:

  • PC resolutions: The common resolutions used for PC desktop or in games.
  • Console outputs: The video signal a video game console outputs to a TV.
  • Mobile device displays: The resolution a portable device display screen.
  • Standard films: The resolution of home use film formats.
  • TV broadcast: The resolution of common television systems.

Here is a detailed explanation of sheet data:

  • Width: Number of horizontal pixels.
  • Height: Number of vertical pixels.
  • Resolution: Total number of pixels.
  • Aspect: Mathematical equation of width divided by height. Wider resolutions have higher “aspects”.
  • Ratio: Resolution aspect ratio. “A” denotes being so close to an aspect ratio that it is used as one. As an example, a “16:9 A” aspect ratio might be used for wide-screen gaming. “C” denotes not having a standard resolution. In this case, the closest common aspect ratio has been stated with a “C” next to it.
  • Comment: Additional information on the resolution.


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