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can they manage to have windows on houses and no load screens between in-doors and outdoors in this amazing new fantasy fulfillment engine?
Jan 18, 2011 11:11am PST
can they manage to have windows on houses and no load screens between in-doors and outdoors in this amazi...
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But how are you going to enter what looks like a one room shack and find your self in a two-floored, 3 be...
Yeah, that's always kind of strange. They could use portals if they wanted a Doctor Who's TARDIS effec...
Elder Scrolls actually never did that as far as i know. Daggerfall, Morrowind and Oblivion's interiors al...
Probably not if they are still following the concept of having an indoor engine and an outdoor engine. I...
I didn't particularly enjoy this feeling in the Fallout 3 series, especially in the DC ruins. How many lo...
Given resource limitations (i.e. memory on the consoles) you have to break things up into zones. It can't...
As much as I understand the technical reasons, even in 2011 it remains one of the most unnerving immersio...
It's worth it. when you think about how much shit they have to load, outside and inside, it makes sense....