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Windows RealLife Vs Crysis Graphics

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by keir, 13 Mar 2007.

  1. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    How awsome are the graphics (Nothing new I know but look.)

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  2. kempez

    kempez modding again!

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    Nice post - really highlights just how good this game we've been waiting ages for is looking

    Damn you :p
     
  3. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    Yeah, the only thing I'm not to keen on is the grass, I looks a bit "fluffy" heh.
     
  4. dragontail

    dragontail 5bet Bluffer

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    Saw this on Digg earlier. With the given resolution, if you gave me random pics, some of the comparisons I couldn't tell which is which (real life vs crysis) ¬_¬
     
  5. JesterQ

    JesterQ What's a Dremel?

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    Looks stunning what ever anyone says .. i sence an upgrade coming on for this game.
     
  6. DeKemp

    DeKemp BEER.

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    WARNING playing this game wil destroy your graphics card :hip:
     
  7. DarkLord7854

    DarkLord7854 What's a Dremel?

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    They still can't get proper seawater :p


    I want to see dynamic water in a game..
     
  8. nicotine

    nicotine What's a Dremel?

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    At first glance I can barely tell the difference between the two shots but upon closer inspection i can tell the difference.
     
  9. Flibblebot

    Flibblebot Smile with me

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    Good, but the real photos have much more in the way of vibrance to the colours; the Crysis screenshots seem to have more muted colours.

    But nice, anyway...
     
  10. FaIIen

    FaIIen origami killer

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    You know whats even more awesome ? The ammount of money we have to play in order to experience this :blah:
     
  11. Matkubicki

    Matkubicki What's a Dremel?

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    The games on the left, right? To be perfectly honest without a good hard look i really couldn't tell :D "Hand me my 8800GTX!" "What do you mean I don't have one yet!"
     
  12. Veles

    Veles DUR HUR

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    Thats really impressive, I can see which is real but it's very close to looking like real life now.
     
  13. riggs

    riggs ^_^

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    It's the other way around...photo on the left, game on the right.

    Looks beautiful, can't wait, although I'm not sure how well my machine will handle it?
     
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  14. Lazlow

    Lazlow I have a dremel.

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    Stunning. There are minor differences, but it just goes to show how far computer-generated graphics have come over the past decade or two. There's no doubt that real-life imitation is just around the corner. The only thing with crysis that will spoil the 'experience' is the juddering as most of our PCs struggle to give a decent frame-rate whilst playing.
     
  15. DMAthlon

    DMAthlon What's a Dremel?

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    i'm getting on my turntables to tell you how sick these graphics look.

    So Sick.mp3

    lol, that was the first and only scratch i did on that track so live with it.

    those graphics are amazing.
     
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  16. will.

    will. A motorbike of jealousy!

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    I don't know where your looking but that water is a damn nice step up from anything i have ever seen in a game before...
     
  17. keir

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    I 2nd that!
     
  18. MrWillyWonka

    MrWillyWonka Chocolate computers galore!

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    Was planning to get another 7800GTX to play this game but upon inspection I think I'm going to need a major overhaul and go to a core 2 duo/dual 8800gtx combo... bah

    I'll see how this rig handles the game with the current specs though.
     
  19. Ramble

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    My wallet will be disappointed...
     
  20. DarkLord7854

    DarkLord7854 What's a Dremel?

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    See the difference? The game one is still a copied over texture with the same ending points of the waves, also the color makes it look a lot more flat and less random like waves are.


    In the game one, the water basically follows a line, the whole thing is just coming all up at the same time and pulling all back at the same time.
    In the real world one, there's parts where there's more water then others, there's cross waves as they pull back, and there's a wave which is cresting only at the tips. Also note the foam, there's more foam near the bottom then the top and they bounce off and around the rocks.
    In the game.. it's still a texture. Which works fine for lakes and places where the water is flat.
     
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