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Oblivion tit for tat with Pete Hines at GamesPlanet

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Oblivion tit for tat with Pete Hines at GamesPlanet

Interview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 30 July 2005, 10:14:45

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

There's an interview with Pete Hines, an honorable man that refuses to pants new co-workers if they're female, about Oblivion. The interview covers Radiant AI, why trees are a bitch, the tool set, nothing about bumpmapped nipples, and this:

I know that no official PC system requirements have been released, but seeing the gorgeous screenshots makes me wonder. Will players need a monster system to run the game?

As always, we like to push the technology, so if you want your PC to run the game at its fullest potential, you’ll want the latest, greatest PC out there. However, we are working on making it much more scalable that Morrowind so that the game will run on a wider variety of machines. It’s just too early to say how far we’ll be able to drop the system specs and still have the game achieve an acceptable level of performance.​
Memory leaks are a great way to push the technology.

Thanks, SleChY!

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