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How to play The Suffering: Ties That Bind on modern PCs

How to play The Suffering: Ties That Bind on modern PCs

The Suffering: Ties That Bind is a 2005 horror game that follows the protagonist Torque as he escapes from a prison overrun by monstrous creatures and confronts his dark past in the streets of Baltimore. The game is a sequel to The Suffering, which was released in 2004.

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However, playing The Suffering: Ties That Bind on modern PCs can be challenging, as the game suffers from compatibility issues, bugs and glitches. Fortunately, there is a solution that can make the game run smoothly and improve its graphics and sound quality. This solution is called The Suffering Series AiO Patch, which is an unofficial patch that provides all improvements and bugfixes for both The Suffering and The Suffering: Ties That Bind in one convenient package.

The Suffering Series AiO Patch was created by UCyborg, a user from PCGamingWiki community. The patch fixes many problems that plague the original game, such as:

  • Incorrect interpretation of available hard disk space value, which prevents users from saving the game and updating the config file if they have more than 2 TB of free space on their hard drive.

  • Lack of widescreen support; the patch allows all supported resolutions to be selectable, adjusts the field of view according to the screen's aspect ratio, and fixes the HUD and in-game FMVs so they don't stretch with wide aspect ratios.

  • Black texture bug, which causes some textures to appear black or corrupted. The patch binds the game's own threads to run on the CPU's first core, which reduces the probability of this bug occurring.

  • Sound dropouts, which occur when the game runs out of sound buffers. The patch removes the request for hardware accelerated DirectSound buffers and increases the default limit of sound buffers to prevent this issue.

  • Frame rate issues, which cause bugs and glitches at higher frame rates and affect mouse response. The patch adds a frame rate limiter that defaults to limiting the game to run at 59 FPS, which works around these problems and provides better mouse response when monitor runs at 60 Hz and VSync is enabled.

  • Bad DirectX check, which prevents the game from launching without error or DirectPlay pop-up dialog on Windows 8+ if DirectPlay isn't present. The patch removes this check and makes the game compatible with newer versions of Windows.

  • Windowed mode oddities, which cause the game window to be declared unresponsive and replaced with a ghost window after 5 seconds when it loses focus. The patch modifies the game's message loop to workaround this bug in Windows' Desktop Window Manager.

  • Registry settings and user files location, which are changed from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE to HKEY_CURRENT_USER and from Program Files folder to Documents folder respectively. This makes the game more portable and avoids potential permission issues.

To install The Suffering Series AiO Patch, you need to have both The Suffering and The Suffering: Ties That Bind installed on your PC. You can download the patch from PCGamingWiki website[^1^], where you can also find more details about its features and instructions. After downloading the patch, simply run it and follow the steps to apply it to both games. You can also tweak some settings in Riot Engine Configuration dialog, such as mouse sensitivity value, audio device selection, resolution and windowed mode option.

With The Suffering Series AiO Patch, you can enjoy The Suffering: Ties That Bind on your modern PC without any hassle. The patch enhances the game's performance, graphics and sound quality, making it a more immersive and enjoyable experience. If you are a fan of horror games, you should definitely give The Suffering: Ties That Bind a try with this patch. e0e6b7cb5c


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