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That footage certainly looks sexy. I'd love it even more if I knew if the wind dynamically drove the windmill, bugs followed lights, 'someone' walked around lighting and snuffing the lights etc. Some of those would be dependant upon application I suppose. I just rikey this video
That footage certainly looks sexy. I'd love it even more if I knew if the wind dynamically drove the windmill, bugs followed lights, 'sonmeone' walked around lighting and snuffing the lights etc. Some of those would be dependant upon application I suppose. I just rikey this video
It uses dynamic per-pixel-lightning. That's a major plus...
Or shut up. Deathmatch is awesome. It's not like every DM game is the same... I can point out why, but do I really need to?
OK, well from now on you can't bitch about graphics drivers or anything else on earth either then, since you also have the power to change everything yourself too.
Believe it or not, most of us don't have their parent's basement to live in, or someone to mooch off of, so that we have all the time in the world to up and program any game we want to see exist. Some of us, you know, work for a living doing other things.
In other words, to imply that no one can complain about anything is retarded.
And you proved my point that most gamers only think about 3D shooters. I can like and want other types of games on Linux if I want.
Im afraid you fail to understand what a complaint is. The community would all be very happy if ANY games come out for linux. We do not attack your beloved deathmatch; we simply state that 3D games on linux are very homogeneous. If you feel that we are beating your horse, I am dreadfully sorry.
I'm sure it doesn't look this good with OpenGL, does it?
When the OpenGL bugs are fixed, Unigine is confident it will look about the same.
Tesselation is a DX11 class hardware feature only, so Radeon 58xx hardware is required. Non DX11 class hardware will look like the untesselated versions shown in one of the videos. It still looks good, but DX11 hardware makes it look great!