View Full Version : Grahpical Glitches.
03-17-2008, 11:36 AM
I just noticed that on my first time though the game there were alot of things not showing up. Like the green part of chain meter.
(SPOLIER) Also in the first level after you kill the 2 Tar bums. You see the wooden fence and and theres a fuel barrel, and so on. And a piece of wood falls and catches the trail on fire. On my second play though there was a huge gasoline trail that was never their before.
Now it just shows up when it wants to. When it doesn't show up, sometimes a reboot of the xbox will fix it, other times it won't.
Anyone else have this problem or similar problems?
03-17-2008, 01:19 PM
So I'm guessing I'm the only person having these problems. Should I try to return it and ask for a different copy?
03-17-2008, 01:50 PM
I've seen the issue with the gasoline trail, only worked on my second play though as well. I doubt swapping the disk will change anything though, it is very unlikely for a bad copy to cause such glitches.
03-17-2008, 04:56 PM
Yeah, I just played though the first level again. The trail wasn't there and of course my chain meter didn't work.
03-17-2008, 06:21 PM
i've noticed the gas trail as well.
on my second playthrough all sorts of weird stuff started happening, all in relation to firearms. first off, ethan's shaky aim was gone and i could no longer drink alcohol bottles. most people probably wouldn't care about this, but i wanted the added challenge. also, i'd pick up a revolver and it would tell me there were 40 shots in it even thought it was actually empty and has a maximum of 6 shots. i tried restarting the level multiple times from the main menu. i finally had to delete my saves and start all over which fixed it.
03-18-2008, 12:22 AM
I noticed the same thing with the alcohol, I was guessing that was a treat for the second playthough since you already beat the addiction. Also seen the 40 rounds glich, both in single player and multiplayer, but just once each. Haven't deleted any saves though and haven't seen any more issues since then.
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