Neoseeker : News : FXAA 4.0 in prototyping stage
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Hellfire29 Dec 6, 11
That's... That's not the original Duke Nukem...
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Emaster MK Dec 7, 11
Can anyone please tell me what game is the first picture?
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MrGrimm Dec 7, 11
Interesting stuff... I've not ever used anti aliasing, my computer is too slow for the mostly ignorable rough edges. But I can see the benefit of this kinda stuff for future video games, and when I get myself a better compooter.
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Zero_is_just_cool Dec 7, 11
Emaster_MK I believe that is The Witcher.
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LloydToS Dec 7, 11
quote Emaster MK
Can anyone please tell me what game is the first picture?
It's from the Witcher 2.
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BlackLabel Dec 7, 11
I like FXAA in Skyrim. It's an acquired taste though to some it's just blurry to others such as myself it's more cinematic and true to life. I find the likes of MSAA make images too crisp and to be honest nothing in this world look like that to the human eye.
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Emaster MK Dec 7, 11
Oh the witcher, damn it will never play well on my sucky PC.
Though Skyrim played well..
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BlackLabel Dec 7, 11
Yeah The Witcher 2 is one of those games that has beastly computer requirements but displays on screen the very reason why. At times I question why Skyrim asks for such high specs for the higher graphics options when it looks like an Oblivion mod at times.
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Emaster MK Dec 7, 11
Guess for a game like Skyrim,,, Graphics is not a matter.
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