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Tomb Raider Legend @ Bit-tech

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Posted April 12, 2006 by admin in News

Snip: As we mentioned earlier, the full retail game comes with an option disabled in the PC demo – the ability to enable "Next Generation Content". What exactly does that mean? Rather than the more traditional approach of allowing the adjustment of multiple advanced graphics options like High Dynamic Range (HDR) lighting, Crystal Dynamics have adopted a simplified approach, presumably based on the assumption that the more casual gamer that this franchise attracts won’t have a clue what HDR is all about.

The good news for us graphics geeks is that you’re getting more than just mere HDR. Let’s compare two identical scenes: on the left, we have anti-aliasing and every other game option enabled, but Next Generation Content disabled. The second screenshot adds this option.

Full review @ Bit-tech



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