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  1. This whole idea reminds me of a book I read many years ago, Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mythago_Wood
  2. It depends entirely on the movement speed of whatever is on screen. A slow moving walk cycle doesn't need 60fps to look smooth. A cloud moving very slowly across the screen could look smooth even at just 10fps. Adventure games are typically slow games so I imagine 30fps would look perfectly smooth most of the time.
  3. I think that's pretty much it. There are camera angles in Grim Fandango where you can't even see the floor, no easy way to get away with that with traditional point & click controls.
  4. 4. Does the controller simply not work in Psychonauts? Nothing at all is detected? Nope, nothing at all happens. Outside of the full version of Psychonauts the controller works great. All the lights turn on for all the buttons I push in both Window's controller options and in XBCD's, so it's clear that Windows definitely knows it's there and can see what's being pressed. Edit: And it's not just the Xbox 360 controller. I took on old Xbox controller of mine about a year ago and put a USB lead on it and got the XBCD driver for that. When I got Psychonauts I tried to use that one as well, but it was the same as with my X360 controller.
  5. Installed the XBCD driver, still doesn't work. Didn't expect it to as I had no problems with the previous driver in the demo and in other games.
  6. The demo for the game, which I downloaded through Steam, worked fine with my wired X360 controller, but I now have the full version (bought through Steam) and the game refuses to acknowledge the controller. I go into the controller options in-game and try to reset the controls to the buttons and sticks on the controller, but nothing happens. When I go into Windows' Game Controller properties for the controller I can see that Windows knows the controller's there and sees what buttons I'm pushing and how I'm pushing the sticks. And it's not just the Steam version of the full game either as I borrowed a friend's boxed copy and that didn't work there either. Any idea what's wrong and how to fix it?
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