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Hello, I used to have Still Life years ago and if memory serves the facial features synced up with the voices. It was a bit of a shock when I started playing a fresh copy from here a few minutes ago (thank you gog for a drm-free version!) and it looked like everyone's jaw was about to unhinge when they talked. I just seemed at odds with such a great looking game. Is this a matter of faster technology outpacing older games or is this all my imagination and it's been like this from the beginning? I really don't expect much of a "fix" as it's a minor issue, I just wanted to see if anyone else was getting this.

Here are my specs:
Windows 7 x64
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
Nvidia GeForce GTX 580
8 GB ram

Post edited June 26, 2011 by digihalo
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See if disabling AA helps.
KavazovAngel: See if disabling AA helps.
Thanks, it seems to be my own fault -- I had loaded the Nvidia 275.50 beta drivers and started noticing horrible frame rates today on newer games (at one point 5 fps on Batman: AA), so I switched back to the 275.33 driver and Still Life is running correctly as well as my other games. From 5fps to 107fps... stupid drivers!