I have an overclocked i7 950, HD 7950 and 12GB of RAM, and this is pretty much the only thing I have trouble running. I also get around 100 with the simple coasters, but the Columbia Flyer (I think it's called that) with all the custom scenery brought it down to 20 or below. The other entries usually stay above 30. Ironically, my old graphics card seemed to run NL just as well despite being much older and slower.Hixee said:I can only assume it might be that your PC spec isn't up to it? Mine usually holds around 100fps on simple coasters, but was dropping to like 50fps on some of the busy ones.
It's probably not helped by some of the tracks not being packaged up properly, so NL2 starts throwing errors as it can't find the scenery files. That possibly didn't help things if your memory was already struggling.
I'm only hypothesising mind...
I think a bit of both. If it's not possible in the real world due to the forces being skeleton crushing and structure not being sensible, then you're going to lose points very rapidly. If you've shaped a B&M corkscrew like a circular Arrow corkscrew rather than a B&M flatspin, then you'll probably lose fewer points, however the little details do matter in designing a good ride.jay37415 said:Is it realism to the coaster type actually produced bby the manufacturer or realism in the sense that the coaster couldn't physically be possible in the real world.