The offical Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast thread

Discussion in 'Boston, MA' started by Pellaeon69187, Dec 7, 2001.

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  1. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    I just saw some screen shots from this game and I can't wait till it comes out. The graphics are far superior than Dark Forces 2. Infact, I don't think I've ever seen such good graphics.
    Unfortunatly, the game won't come out till late 2002. But atleast I have the time to get a decent computer my then.

    These are the projections for system requirments(they will most likely change in the next half year):

    Minimum - PII 300 MHZ With 64 MB RAM And VOODOO3 Accelerator
    Mid-Range - PIII 700 MHZ With 128 MB RAM and GeForce 2 Accelerator
    High-End - P4 - 1.5GHZ With 256 MB RAM And Next-Generation Accelerator

    It sucks to be me; my computer will only be able to run the minimum.

    Here is a site completly dedicated to the game: JediKnightII.net

  2. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    http://www.ravengames.com/jediknight2/comparison.html

    This is a comparison of JK and JK2. ITs kinda neat.
  3. Crix-Madine Force Ghost

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    Mmmmmm, I will a new computer in my room quite soon. Pentium 4 1.5 GHZ, 512 Ram, GEforce card, 60 GIG drive...

    Should be a fun game...
  4. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    Lucky bastard... :( ;)

    I'll have a job in March so I should have the money for a new computer(or a new Motherboard and processor) by the time it comes out.
  5. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    Oooohhhhh a toy for the computer I'll be getting for graduation. :D
  6. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    You are lucky as well...
  7. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    Very lucky. The computer I want: http://www.alienware.com/main/system_pages/hive-mind.asp
  8. Darth Dowe Jedi Master

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    That computer is almost exactly like mine, except I have a 1.2 GHz processer. I also have a CD-R and a CD ROM. Oh, and mine cost about $850. :p

    EDIT: But mine isn't yellow. :)
  9. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    Mine's not going to be yellow. It's going to be "Conspiracy Blue" in Alienware's color terminology.
  10. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    Those computers are sweet. I wish I had one...
  11. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    I can't wait until I have mine. Just a few more months of hel...I mean high school and its mine. :)
  12. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    I hope my parents are so kind when I graduate...
    Lets see, a couple more years left, so by then it should be up to 2 GHZ. THAT would be sweet.
  13. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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  14. Darth Dowe Jedi Master

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    Well you can get a P4 with 2 GHz. I would predict that in two years or so we'll be up to 3 - 3.5 GHz! :) That'll make my 1.2 GHz seem like an old 486DX! :p
  15. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    A 3.5 GHZ computer would just be...amazing. Imagine how fast your computer would boot up...
  16. Darth Dowe Jedi Master

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    I don't know how fast it would boot up. With Windows 2004 or XP2 or whatever, it'll probably take up alot of hard drive space and memory. Imagine 512 MB of RAM minimum to operate an OS like that. :)

    I remember back in the day when 25 MHz was fast!
  17. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    Back in freshman year, the computers I took keyboarding on had 75Mhz Pentium 1s(at the same time, I had the 400Mhz Pentium 2 I have now). God those things seemed slow then, I'd hate to be the freshmen using them now(and they are still using the same computers).
  18. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    The computers that are in use in my school is pre-pentium 1. They are really freakin slow!
    As it is now, I only have a 300MHZ pentium2 at home. I need more power!
  19. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    "Scotty, we need more power."

    "I cannae break the laws of physics, Cap'n!"
  20. Darth Dowe Jedi Master

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    I was thinking that too! :)
  21. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    That was actually unintentional.
  22. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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  23. Crix-Madine Force Ghost

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    Well, I got my new computer in my room the other day. It sports a Pentium 4 at 1.5 ghz, 512 sdRAM, 60 gig drive, GeForce Vid Card, Windows XP. It's pretty sweet. Didn't think I'd like XP as much as I do...
  24. Pellaeon69187 Force Ghost

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    It seems like everyone is getting a new computer except for me...
  25. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    You'll get a new one. Someday. I should have my new moniter in 3-5 days...I hope my current one doesn't burn out/explode/just plain die before that time...
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