Difference between WC4 cd and WC4 DVD versions?

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hi there fans...

just wondering if anyone can tell me the difference between wc4 cd and wc4 dvd version? any game difference or game play? i just recently bought the wc4 cd version for win95.

thanks fans.
 

ChrisReid

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The game is pretty much the same as the Windows 95 version, but the video is DVD quality.
 

THE_WUQKED

Spaceman
Depends on the DVD version - the single-sided DVD has got the same quality like the CD version, but the double sided has got better ones.
 

Porthos

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You get some different game cut-scenes of the BW carrier from time to time. They also changed a few details such as not showing the knife cutting open the captain's throat, that sorta thing.

I think there was another post on this a while back. IIRC, I started it.
 

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Porthos said:
You get some different game cut-scenes of the BW carrier from time to time. They also changed a few details such as not showing the knife cutting open the captain's throat, that sorta thing.

I think there was another post on this a while back. IIRC, I started it.
Both vesions of the throat slitting are on the DVD but I think the bloodless version is the one that plays in the game (although that may depend on your region though I havent seen any other evidence of it) Mainly I think because of european rules on showing blood and such in games. For example the CD version was originaly released in the US with an M rating but the PSX version has a T rating. THe only reason I can think of is because of that particular scene.
 

AKAImBatman

Spaceman
Porthos said:
They also changed a few details such as not showing the knife cutting open the captain's throat, that sorta thing.
I wonder why? I saw the scene not all that long ago, and I have to say that I wasn't impressed. It looked like he squeezed "blood" out onto the captain's throat as he pulled a rubber knife along the "cut". Not too particularly shocking. :)

Edit: On second thought, maybe that's the exact reason. i.e. The scene didn't look very impressive in high definition, so they muddled with it a bit.
 
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