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I don't get how that last picture = "WoWified", that doesn't even make sense.

Not because of the graphics, obviously. They downgraded the graphical quality of the game quite a bit, but when I say "WoWified", it's because of the massive gameplay changes between FFXIV 1.23 (before the shutdown) and 2.0/ARR (the re-release version), where it has the same gameplay mechanics from most WoW wannabes. Some of the design choices and art style changed a lot, too. Now it's full of extremely flashy stuff, unpractical gear designs, tons of flashy/out of place mounts... you know, standard WoW fare. Now it's only missing Blizzard's signature gigantic shoulder pads.

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Not because of the graphics, obviously. They downgraded the graphical quality of the game quite a bit, but when I say "WoWified", it's because of the massive gameplay changes between FFXIV 1.23 (before the shutdown) and 2.0/ARR (the re-release version), where it has the same gameplay mechanics from most WoW wannabes. Some of the design choices and art style changed a lot, too. Now it's full of extremely flashy stuff, unpractical gear designs, tons of flashy/out of place mounts... you know, standard WoW fare. Now it's only missing Blizzard's signature gigantic shoulder pads.

 

It's FF, they've never had "practical gear" more like weapons 3x the size of your body or just armour for the for the sake of aesthetics. And that mount isn't really out of place, it's just an exosuit. Maybe because you decided to ride it around in the snow?

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It's FF, they've never had "practical gear" more like weapons 3x the size of your body or just armour for the for the sake of aesthetics.

In FFXIV, they did, and no piece of gear looked out of place within the game's setting. The game had a nice and clean aesthetic. You're probably just thinking about FFVII and Cloud's retarded sword, but really, no other FF was ever like that.

 

And that mount isn't really out of place, it's just an exosuit. Maybe because you decided to ride it around in the snow?

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Say what again? :/

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Finally managed to get some free time and a new GPU, so I decided to play some BI: Burial at Sea II to further test my overclock and play a game after quite a long while of hardly any gaming at all :).

 

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The Resurrection of a Dragon

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On top of the Throat of the World

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Had some time for Skyrim.

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Great shots, but whats with the DOF on the first one?

Sheeeit. Didn't notice that at first glance. That's some wacked shit. I'm crossing my fingers that it's bad luck and the modded building/location in the pic.

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I know this is off topic but does anyone know why my skyrim will blur objects that I'm not looking at. Like if I look at close objects far objects will blur and vise versa. I'm using realvision enb if that helps anything.


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I know this is off topic but does anyone know why my skyrim will blur objects that I'm not looking at. Like if I look at close objects far objects will blur and vise versa. I'm using realvision enb if that helps anything.

The ENB you use probably has DOF(Depth Of Field).


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My run in with the law as a freelancer 

The screenshot isnt fancy but....well i lost all my fancy screenshots:(

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My run in with the law as a freelancer 

The screenshot isnt fancy but....well i lost all my fancy screenshots:(

I love that game.


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