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Preview The Witcher screenshot of the week

Discussion in 'News & Content Feedback' started by Ausir, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. Ausir Arcane

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    There's a brand new screenshot of the week at <a target=_blank href=http://www.thewitcher.com>The Witcher</a> website, showing king Foltest's throne room.
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    Cheers, <b>Fallen Zen</b>!
     
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  2. Fallen Zen Novice

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    My pleasure :wink:

    Hope you guys like the screenshot. Enjoy!
     
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  3. StraitLacedDeviant Erudite

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    Looks good, keep it up. Make one mistake however and we'll fall on you like a pack of drunk hyena/piranha hybrids on a blood smeared doe eyed rabbit.
     
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  4. Diogo Ribeiro Erudite

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    Nice image.

    I'd like it if the next screenshot of the month showed Kristina "in action". Eh? Eh?

    *wink, wink*

    *nudge, nudge*
     
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  5. Sol Invictus Erudite

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    Looks great. Can't wait to see Kristina doing her best.

    *wink, wink*

    Doing... if you know what I meant

    *nudge, nudge*

    Best, eh?

    *wink wink*
     
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  6. Elwro Arcane

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    Quite nice. I like the lights and coloured glass.
     
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  7. Transcendent One Liturgist

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    Very nice graphics.

    The name Kristina gives me the creeps. In my science class there was this really ugly girl with the largest forehead I've ever seen named Kristina. Still gives me nightmares sometimes.
     
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  8. Diogo Ribeiro Erudite

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    A girl called Kristina, or a girl with a large forehead called Kristina? :)
     
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  9. Transcendent One Liturgist

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    Okay I suppose so

    But damn was that forehead huge. And she pulled back her hair too. Ugh.
     
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  10. Saint_Proverbius Administrator Patron

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    That's to unleash the power of her extended cranium!
     
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  11. DamnElfGirl Liturgist

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    Dude, you guys are mean. Not that I didn't already know that.

    Love the throne room, especially the stained glass windows.
     
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  12. suibhne Erudite

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    I gotta say, these screenshots are looking so good, and the areas represented seem to exhibit such great visual design, that any halfway-decent review will probably be enough to convince me to try the game.

    Shallow? Sure. But it sure looks like they're doing something right, even if it's not a great RPG.
     
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  13. Sol Invictus Erudite

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    The screenshots definitely give the game a very strong impression of vastness and overwhelming (e.g. realistic) architecture. I love that. The one thing I don't like about most games is how flat they seem, and how squat the buildings are. Thief 3 for instance, while a good game in its own right, has some very underwhelming architecture that doesn't leave you in awe, because the buildings are no higher than 2 stories high - even the cathedrals.
     
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