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#1 jurgie

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Posted 30 April 2023 - 09:17 AM

Enlighten me on a question regarding this platform. Went into Amazon and found the computer version with a download code through Steam. Only one person rated the game under this platform. In other words the computer version for Win!0 with downloadable code through Steam. This reviewer said that EA was unable to make this platform playable on his machine. He went on to say that the game was not playable on some computers even if they were using the win 10 platform. He went on to complain that he just lost $70.00 . Why would he not be able to get a refund from Steam? Anybody here have the computer version of this platform?



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Posted 30 April 2023 - 08:52 PM

Personally I'm not interested in ever buying it if they don't add turn by turn match play for private online connections.

 

That's all I do with PG -- and it simply doesn't exist in EA23



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Posted 01 May 2023 - 01:14 AM

Personally I'm not interested in ever buying it if they don't add turn by turn match play for private online connections.

 

That's all I do with PG -- and it simply doesn't exist in EA23

Well, you are absolutely right it does not exist and never will in the EA Golf Platforms. I feel that the problem with the guy I mentioned along with several others is the graphics card that resides in their computers. They recomend a GE Force Rtx  2000 + series card and plenty of Ram. It is at the bottom of the Rtx series scale of cards but certainly beefier than what they are currently using. The Gtx series probaby would work if it was on the upper scale of that series of cards. If your card canot handle the graphic demands required for todays gaming, you will surely have issues trying to smoothly run todays gaming platforms.
 



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Posted 01 May 2023 - 01:41 AM

 Yeah, I bet it needs at least a 3080 pc and 32 gigs of ram to play on Ultra settings. 


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Posted 01 May 2023 - 02:36 AM

 Why would he not be able to get a refund from Steam? Anybody here have the computer version of this platform?

Steam will give refunds on games, I did it about 18 months ago on a triple AAA title, forget which one. They haven't always done this, but I think they were pressured into it by the actions of our brothers in Europe, who actually protect consumers.

 

https://store.steamp.../steam_refunds/


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Posted 08 May 2023 - 07:32 PM

Enlighten me on a question regarding this platform. Went into Amazon and found the computer version with a download code through Steam. Only one person rated the game under this platform. In other words the computer version for Win!0 with downloadable code through Steam. This reviewer said that EA was unable to make this platform playable on his machine. He went on to say that the game was not playable on some computers even if they were using the win 10 platform. He went on to complain that he just lost $70.00 . Why would he not be able to get a refund from Steam? Anybody here have the computer version of this platform?

I play it on pc via Steam.  EA's suggested minimum specs are i5-6600k/Ryzen 5 1600, 8Gb ram, RX570 or GTX 1050Ti. Recommended is i7-6700K/Ryzen 7 2700X, 12gb ram, Radeon 5700XT or RTX 2060 Super.  Basically a decent 4 or 6 core CPU, 8-16Gb system ram and a decent 8, 12 or 16Gb video card should run the game fine.

 Lower spec systems will naturally have to run at 1080p, medium graphics settings. Higher spec systems can naturally run at higher resolutions and more higher game graphics settings. I've got a higher end gaming pc and run it at 4K, HDR, most everything set to Ultra. Depending on the course on my system it'll use 8-11Gb of VRAM at those settings. Have a 16Gb 6900XT. 5800X3D CPU, 32Gb ram.

Had a friend buy it via Steam, he didn't care for the game and got a refund no problem.

 

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