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I decided to play Anniversary again today for the first time in well over a year, but something appears to be decidedly... wrong. While I wasn't entirely surprised by the hair physics being somewhat screwy (what game doesn't intermittently have that problem after all), the randomly sticking wolves and bouncing bats were another story altogether. I can consistantly shoot any bat, watch it hit the ground, then see it bounce helter-skelter around the room at light speed for a few seconds with an extremely loud smacking sound. Humorous to be sure, but it's definitely not what I recall from my last runthrough. ^^ Anywho, I have changed my graphics card since then (GTX 260 to a GTX 680) so that may be a part of the problem, but I wouldn't think it would have affected the game in such a drastic fashion. Any thoughts on the subject?