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Summary: Eragon Demo
Date: 11 Dec 06
Filename: eragon_demo_en.exe
Size: 208.2MB (218,349,957 bytes)
Downloads: 767
Last Download: 187 days ago
More info: http://www.eragongame.com/
Description:
Eragon™ PC DEMO README
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9/18/2006


TABLE OF CONTENTS
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I: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
II: DIRECTX®
III: RUNNING THE GAME
IV: MACHINE SPECS
V: CHARACTER CONTROLS (GAMEPAD)
VI: CHARACTER CONTROLS (KEYBOARD)
VII: KNOWN ISSUES
VIII: END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT


I: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Double-click on the eragon_demo_en.exe file and follow the on-screen instructions to install this demo.


II: DIRECTX®
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DirectX® 9.0c or higher is required in order to run this demo. If you do not already have it installed on your computer, you can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/windows/directx/default.mspx.


III: RUNNING THE GAME
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When the Eragon PC Demo is installed, there is a short cut placed in the Windows® Start Menu if you selected that option during install. Click on the "Eragon Demo" shortcut to begin the game.


IV: MACHINE SPECS
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Operating system: Windows® 2000/XP (Windows x64 NOT supported)
DirectX: 9.0c, or higher
CPU: 1.4 GHz Intel® Pentium® 4 or equivalent AMD® Athlon™ or faster processor
RAM: 512 MB RAM or more
Hard drive: 270 MB of free drive space, or more
Optical drive: CD-ROM
Video card: NVIDIA® GeForce®, ATI® Radeon®, or equivalent DirectX® 9.0c-compliant, 128 MB 3D video card with Hardware Transform and Lighting capability and pixel shader support
Audio card: DirectX 9-compatible audio card
Mouse: Windows compatible mouse
Keyboard: Windows compatible keyboard
Gamepad: Windows-compatible USB gamepad with eleven buttons and dual analog sticks (Recommended)


V: CHARACTER CONTROLS (GAMEPAD)
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Any DirectX or Xbox 360™ compatible joystick, with at least an analog stick and eleven buttons, will work.


VI: CHARACTER CONTROLS (KEYBOARD)
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Not recommended! These are the keyboard gamepad mappings that will activate when a gamepad is not detected:

Function Key
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Pause RETURN/ENTER
Move Forward W
Move Backward S
Move Left A
Move Right D
Quick Attack J
Strong Attack (Grab) K
Block (Evade) L
Jump I
Bow Mode LEFT SHIFT
Magic Mode SPACEBAR
Fury Mode Q


VII: KNOWN ISSUES
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* The Character Controls can be customized at any time by simply selecting the Controls option from either the Main Menu or in-game Pause Menu. Note: when entering the Controls Setup screen, the end user may experience a brief pause as the game detects the available controllers to customize.

* Problem: If you select a resolution in game that your monitor doesn't support the screen goes blank and will not revert back.

Solution: The default Graphics Settings can be restored by simply navigating to the Eragon root directory and deleting the Eragon Configuration Settings file. Upon restarting the game, a new Eragon Configuration Settings file will be created and the user will be able to return to the Graphics Screen to customize their display settings.

* When using the keyboard, there are two keys that will pause the game: ESC and ENTER. This is because ESC will always pause the game no matter what controllers the players use, and ENTER acts like the START button on player 1 keyboard.

* Problem: Resetting to recommended automatically defaults to High texture resolution no matter what system the game is installed to

Solution: The actual size of the textures is a function of both the resolution and the texture setting. The resolution scaling is setting an effective maximum texture size, anything more than this would be too much detail and cause sparkling artifacts in addition to just being inefficient. On top of this, the texture setting can specify even smaller textures in those cases where the player desires a higher framerate at the expense of detail. After hitting Recommended the setting will read High which is more properly "The Highest texture size which will work for the given resolution". If you changed the resolution, then the actual texture size may have changed even though the text reads the same."

* Problem: Installing the Logitech® driver instead of the stardard Windows driver will cause the player to get stuck in the controller config menu.

SOlution: The Logitech driver places controllers into Digital Mode when it installs; the fix is to press the Mode button to flip back to Analog Mode, after which all controls behave correctly. On a Rumblepad 2, the Mode button has a light next to it--this light should be off for Eragon to function 100% correctly.

* Problem: There are known performance issues encountered when running Eragon with a Matrox® Parhelia™ card installed.

Solution: This video card is not officially supported and your performance may vary.

* Problem: When using a gamepad/controller, tutorial text button assignments are flickering

Solution: This issue is inherent to Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1. To resolve this issue, please apply Service Pack 2.

* Problem: When changing game resolution from maximum setting to minimum setting, gameplay becomes distorted.

Solution: Please use the recommended game resolution, and avoid switching game resolution in this manner.

* Problem: After installing Eragon into the Program Files/Startup folder, all applicable Eragon files will run upon subsequent restarts of the computer.

Solution: This is intended Microsoft Windows functionality. Please reinstall Eragon and install to a different directory if desired.

* Unplugging all controllers in any menu/options section results in control pad UI commands remain even though keyboard is only controller active.

* In COOP gameplay, if a player with keyboard dies, to continue is the key j instead of enter on the keyboard

* Switching from the highest (1280x1024 LB) to the lowest (640x480 LB) screen resolution results in a distorted (squashed) display format.

* If Hardware Sound Acceleration is disabled, user may encounter sound performance issues. For best performance, use Full Hardware Sound Acceleration
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