Video: MiPad 2 With Windows 10 Playing Half-Life 2

I had to look up what the hell Half-Life 2 is.

I don’t play games.

I looked at this video from two perspectives:

1) As something big running on the MiPad 2.

2) As something that would be VR.

For a game, there seems to be a hell of a lot of work involved here. And it didn’t help my understanding of anything that all of the dialogue is in Russian!

I need someone with game experience to comment on the segment load times. Are they fast? Slow? Typical? To be expected on that hardware?

As for it being VR … I think n00bs like me would need a button that basically says, “Pause All This While I Look Around First.” That environment in VR would be overwhelming to someone like me.

The video runs twenty-five minutes. I watched it all, engrossed — and confused.

It’s all a screen capture, so it’s like seeing it on the tablet itself.

Previously here:

TechTablets: MiPad 2 With Windows 10 Benchmarks, Impressions
TechTablets Gets The MiPad 2 With Windows 10
Xiaomi MiPad 2 Windows 10 Price Gouging Continues
Second Video: Xiaomi MiPad 2 With Windows 10
First Video: MiPad 2 With Windows 10
MiPad 2 With Windows 10 On Sale January 26, 2016

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3 Responses to Video: MiPad 2 With Windows 10 Playing Half-Life 2

  1. fm says:

    Here is the opening in English, recorded by someone running the Android version on Nvidia Shield almost 2 years ago. Probably one of the best games of the last 15-20 years, as it captures many details of the environment.

    Today, however, the latest 3d games engines are used for VR, in particular Unreal Engine 4. You can search for many Unreal based games and graphics demos including VR. Graphics demos by Benoit Dereau are the most stunning. He is most known for Unreal Paris (apartment demo) and other architectural works.

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  2. fm says:

    Unreal Paris

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