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Windows 7: Ghostbusters Performance


30 Dec 2009   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 
Ghostbusters Performance

Anyone here played Ghostbusters on Win 7?

I have serious performance issues with it, even if I turn the settings way down. I don't have the best gaming PC, but I can handle Batman, Crysis, Source etc on high settings fine.

From what I've been reading, a lot of people seem to have problems with Ghostbusters. It looks like it would probably be a good game, but it just doesn't work well.

When I first started it up, it played smooth, and looked good.... And then it bogged down and remained like a slug until I tried to close it where it then had some error.

Computability settings? Maybe I'll give them a try.

Edit:
So looking around where people suggest things to fix it, because so many people have problems with this game (I emailed Atari and told them I want them to replace my PC version that is unplayable with a Xbox copy, like that will happen), one suggestion I found seemed odd. It was to make the game run in low priority mode. This doesn't make sense how it could help to me, but others reported it did, so I gave it a shot. It gave me the longest time with the game being playable (actually playing really well on high settings), before completely bogging down. Probably 15 minutes it was good for. Then I went to about 1 frame every 20 or 30 seconds. It was at this point that I gave up again. Hopefully there is a way to make it work, or Atari gives me my exchange, but I don't see either happening.


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31 Dec 2009   #2

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jim84 View Post
Anyone here played Ghostbusters on Win 7?

I have serious performance issues with it, even if I turn the settings way down. I don't have the best gaming PC, but I can handle Batman, Crysis, Source etc on high settings fine.

From what I've been reading, a lot of people seem to have problems with Ghostbusters. It looks like it would probably be a good game, but it just doesn't work well.

When I first started it up, it played smooth, and looked good.... And then it bogged down and remained like a slug until I tried to close it where it then had some error.

Computability settings? Maybe I'll give them a try.

Edit:
So looking around where people suggest things to fix it, because so many people have problems with this game (I emailed Atari and told them I want them to replace my PC version that is unplayable with a Xbox copy, like that will happen), one suggestion I found seemed odd. It was to make the game run in low priority mode. This doesn't make sense how it could help to me, but others reported it did, so I gave it a shot. It gave me the longest time with the game being playable (actually playing really well on high settings), before completely bogging down. Probably 15 minutes it was good for. Then I went to about 1 frame every 20 or 30 seconds. It was at this point that I gave up again. Hopefully there is a way to make it work, or Atari gives me my exchange, but I don't see either happening.
Have you tried the "run as admin" and compatibility modes? Also, did this just suddenly happen or did you do something that made it happen?
And, youre right, the cake is a lie! :O
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31 Dec 2009   #3

 

"It looks like it would probably be a good game, but it just doesn't work well."

I do believe that to be an accurate statement - but...it should be directed at the game developers.
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31 Dec 2009   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

@Coolness, I just got the game on the Steam Holiday Sale, so it hasn't worked well ever for me, but reading up it does seem to happen for a lot of people. I haven't yet tried run as admin or compatibility modes, just that weird low priority suggestion. I think the game has memory leaks or something, I'm not sure. It seems there is so many people who have problems with it. I will try those though. For a short time it played great, about 15 minutes, it was fun, but on slideshow mode it's not fun

@Sawnson Photos, I emailed them And by the look of the Atari forums, nobody cares. Terminal Reality also has no support mentioned anywhere on their website, they do have job ad's though so I suppose it would be possible to contact them that way.

Anyways I'm not here to complain about the game, I was just wondering if anyone else here had any tricks that made it work for them.

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