Not sure if this will help, but on my original NoLimits game my FPS was below teens. I moved the game to a flash drive and wow what a difference. I'm getting high FPS again. Now I don't have NoLimits 2 yet, so I'm not sure if this will work. Let me know if you try this and share your results
I personally have had success running NoLimits 2 from a USB drive. If I remember correctly, you basically have to set up a folder structure like it is on a normal hard disk (disk name > Program Files and the like) for the game to work properly.
I have a question for more advanced users. I finally upgraded to the pro version and I was wondering how the 60fps video recording is used? I am only able to pick 60fps while the setting is set to custom, is there a way to change it for HD? Or how to record in HD while using custom. Thanks!
EDIT: Figured it out!
If Intamin made a donkey, it wouldn't be tame.....well for a year
I completely missed there was a Christmas update with an enterprise and pirate ship. I have a cheap 3d TV that was being cleared out of the Samsung store might have to try the new 3d option with this update.
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