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lele76 Mar 2 @ 2:50am
I don't need a 64 bit OS
32 Bit Version Capcom. Do it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Joan Miro Freestyle BMX Mar 2 @ 8:17am 
get a computer that was made this decade
Griever Mar 2 @ 8:21am 
Nevermind the d-bag comments that you're going to get regarding this. There are many 32bit systems out there and still being sold and I don't see why this game requires 64bit. That being said, for serious gaming I would upgrade to 64bit as soon as you can. All of the ports coming from ps4/xboxone are probably going to require it.
sere Mar 2 @ 12:50pm 
the game requires 64 bit because it was developed for 64 bit systems. it's that simple. no conspiracy and no intentionally bloated requirements.
lele76 Mar 3 @ 4:13am 
the first time I see a platform that only runs on 64-bit systems.
☠ ']['empes'][' ☠ Mar 5 @ 6:01am 
game developers all around the world have more or less decided amongst themselves that they will no longer be making games for 32bit systems as it is out dated tech and 64bit systems process more data faster.

i sugest you upgrade mate. sorry.
Griever Mar 5 @ 9:04am 
I think it's the fact that a relatively low-profile game such as this is (one of ) the first to adopt this new policy is what initially suprised me and most others, I would assume.
[CCC]Ichi the Killer Mar 5 @ 2:32pm 
"The PC version of the game is designed for a 64-bit DX11 platform and we believe this allows for the best experience, allowing the PC version to perform as well or better than the next-generation console versions."
Sarok Mar 5 @ 3:13pm 
Originally posted by lele76:
the first time I see a platform that only runs on 64-bit systems.

you dont look at many games then
Griever Mar 6 @ 10:59am 
Originally posted by The Crimson Hunter:
Originally posted by lele76:
the first time I see a platform that only runs on 64-bit systems.

you dont look at many games then

I can't think of any other games that require it off the top of my head. I'm sure there are some and they will be pointed out, though. :)
☠ ']['empes'][' ☠ Mar 6 @ 9:37pm 
Originally posted by The Crimson Hunter:
Originally posted by lele76:
the first time I see a platform that only runs on 64-bit systems.

you dont look at many games then

you dont keep your finger on the pulse do you?
seriously, get used to games requiring 64 bit because its gonna happen at a faster rate.
as major game devs around the world have decided that 32 bit is out dated (and it is)


also to the OP, if you had 64 bit windows you would be able to utilize ALL of your ram not just 3.5/4 of it :)
lele76 Mar 7 @ 2:17am 
32 bit it's more light and for now all my program run very fast on 32 bit, i have the 64 bit disk but it 's just useless only for an indie game.
☠ ']['empes'][' ☠ Mar 7 @ 5:02am 
Originally posted by lele76:
32 bit it's more light and for now all my program run very fast on 32 bit, i have the 64 bit disk but it 's just useless only for an indie game.

i give you half a year of releases and you will be forced to upgrade.

resist all you want, change is inevitable. or you can always go and get a console.
lele76 Mar 7 @ 2:01pm 
pc all life,i will change on 64 bit.
Funky Chicken Mar 10 @ 2:23pm 
i guess ill upgrade to 64bit, though im not sure why.
Hans Power Mar 11 @ 4:11am 
This definately doesn't need to be 64 Bit. The difference between 32 Bit and 64 Bit is how much memory can be allocated by the operating system. With a 32 Bit System it's about 3.6GB RAM and with 64 Bit it's able to use up to 192GB. My current system needs around 1.87GB ram leaving the rest for applications. That means that over 1GB of RAM is available for this game which should be an absolute overkill for a simple sidescroller like this. You know how much RAM Skyrim can utilize out of the box? 512MB and if you use a mod it can address up to 768 RAM (1024 will make it crash). So nobody can tell me with a straight face that this game can benefit in any way from being a 64Bit application only. This is a marketing ploy at best to make it seem technologically more advanced than it actually is.
So, yeah, make it happen!
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