Reply 21 of 28, by gerry
whilst i admire the various attempts to improve graphics in older game by various techniques, once you are playing the game it almost always feels about the same. Not a bad thing, but shows just how much gameplay matters and how relatively little the graphics do for most games
Reply 22 of 28, by BEEN_Nath_58
I don't know, I am not a fan of old games getting remastered or getting RT graphics. I tend to like what was original, and instead play the newer RT games.
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Reply 23 of 28, by Meatball
I think this looks pretty good; better than Quake 2 (which wasn't terrible but didn't make me think anything more than "meh... looks plastic'y'.")
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Reply 24 of 28, by RetroGamer4Ever
One of the lead AMD Devs for their GPU stuff is doing a DX12 back-end for ioRTCW (id Tech 3/ioQuake3 games) that looks promising and will bring ray-tracing to RTCW and other games.
Reply 25 of 28, by Shnur
Several days ago coreboot've added Doom as binary payload for their bootloader, would be nice if someone creates PCI OROM with this port for adding on PCI-expansion card or to main bios with cbrom\mmtool..
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