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Posted: Jan 27th 2009 3:44PM Mr Angry said

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If we are talking about Warhammer Online, that ship sailed some time ago...

Posted: Jan 27th 2009 4:20PM (Unverified) said

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Whoa-ho-ho! Watch out for the witty troll! He's good!

On topic:

Jess is right. I love the game, but it's "water" is onpar w/ older games at best. AoC by far blows anything away WAR can do visually.
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Posted: Jan 27th 2009 3:43PM Jesspiper said

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That's a great pic, and I think the actual imagery is much more important than the water. WAR's water is nothing special to be honest. It just looks good because the rest of the game's graphics are so poor. AoC and LOTRO's water is equally, if not much more impressive, along with the rest of their visuals.

I realize WAR had to make some hits to graphics in order to have smooth RvR and a WoW-like apeal, which is fine. But they automatically lose any visual bragging rights, that's for sure.

Posted: Jan 27th 2009 3:50PM WARXion said

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Mr Angry... go cry me a river... you know ;)

Posted: Jan 27th 2009 5:35PM (Unverified) said

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Personally I think that type of water has always looked like some type of oil spill.

Posted: Jan 27th 2009 6:22PM TheJackman said

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I think the water in world of warcraft look good! I try to tryout warhammer but they client download of File planet was a hell I completed the download only to end up with a broken ZIP!! So in sort everyone that let there clients go to a hell like that to download a client can go to hell for all I care. Back to World of Warcraft for me :(

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