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Dhruin November 10th, 2006 22:36

Silverfall - Screens & Trailer @ Worthplaying
 
Also at Worthplaying are four new Silverfall screens and some trailers.
More information.

coyote November 10th, 2006 22:36

The character profiles seems to be surrounded by a thin black line, separating them from their surrounding and giving the image an unrealistic comic like appearance, as if the NPCs / PCs were cut out of some coloring page for small children and then glued to the image containing the background.

Does anyone else have the same impression?

txa1265 November 10th, 2006 22:46

I fail to see how this is different than something like Mage Knight Apocalypse … ?

Unregistered November 11th, 2006 03:44

It's obvious that they are going for a comic book type effect, which I like.

coyote November 11th, 2006 23:32

I fail to see how this has anything to do with Mage Knight Apocalypse. As far as I recall, I did not write that this is the first time such an effect was used.

I would not presume that everyone shares my taste and the effect might well add some unique style to the game. Unique, of course, only when disregarding the widely popular and highly praised game Mage Knight Apocalypse.

ToddMcF2002 November 12th, 2006 00:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by coyote (Post 7121)
….only when disregarding the widely popular and highly praised game Mage Knight Apocalypse.

Now THATS funny.

I will say this game looks like it just might lack the suck you'll find in Mage Knight. ;)

txa1265 November 12th, 2006 19:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by coyote (Post 7121)
Unique, of course, only when disregarding the widely popular and highly praised game Mage Knight Apocalypse.

I'll just assume that is sarcasm and move along … ;)


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