de makers van Might and Magic hebben alweer de 8e
versie uitgebracht van deze role playing game. Bij GA-RPG
vonden ze het nodig deze melkkoe nog maar eens nader te bekijken.Day of the Destroyer utilizes D3D to power its 3D graphics engine, and the game world is rendered in a mix of 2D and 3D that looks blocky, chunky, and just plain ugly at times. This isn't much of a surprise considering the previous offering in the much vaunted series have never been known for their graphics, but the change to the Lith Tech 2.0 engine should change that in the future. For now lets just say this graphics engine looked bad back in 97 with Might and Magic VI, and no amount of minor tweaks or enhancements is going to change that.
Dat klink goed, of niet