ooooh my shiiiiiiiting god;
I think this thread is a proof of we are a great community.
we don't need others to criticize us.
we do criticize ourselves.
even got a civil war.
The artwork and ideas shown in the movie are interesting and thought provoking.You and the others who originally responded to this literally ruined the discussion on the video
So, if the war continues then I will lock the topic. Let's just move on and leave the negativity behind us.This is becoming a war. I posted the video just to show the advances in real time graphics. I didn't want to start a feud. Is just a video, please calm down.
I do not dabble in the arts of attempting to insult or patronizing people. I asked about game play and I argued in a civilized way that I wanted more demos with game play and that GUI technology helping with more streamlined workflow in interactive design indeed has evolved over the years. So in some sense I simply corrected some of your observations.@Dwarf King: You and the others who originally responded to this literally ruined the discussion on the video. You can say whatever you want to justify that to yourself but you helped to derail what could have been an interesting and constructive discussion. You're contributing nothing positive and this is the third post where you've patronized my responses in an attempt to insult me. Great community we've got left here, really inviting.
There is also a group of users, yourself included, who have unrealistically positive view about T3D capabilities. It blinds you to what the rest of the gamedev community is doing and causes the engine to further fall behind. If it were up to you T3D would never drop D3D9 support and thus always limit itself in capabilities. If such fanboyism isn't met with common sense it will grow to become a disease that spread among our users.I also agree with @ Bloodknight that some people around here have a rather unrealistic negative view about T3D capabilities. That is not good for the future of the T3D MIT engine. People are allowed to have such negative views, but if such negative views are not met with common sense it will grow to become a disease that spread among our users. In the end it will destroy our forums, webchat(I believe that has already happened to some extent) and dry out our small user base.