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N64 and fog
Topic Started: Dec 20 2017, 07:49 PM (239 Views)
No64DD
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All of the above, basically.

Turok should get a pass. Sure, fog is better than visible pop ups, but it wouldn't have been the same game without the atmospheric fog.
A jungle setting with no fog or draw distance will look like the jungle level in Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine. Clear, cold, and lacking a sense of urgency. It may have worked for parts in Infernal Machine, but no one wants to play an entire Turok game like that. It would be like playing Trespasser: Jurassic Park.
On second thought, that would've been a great N64 game!
Edited by No64DD, Dec 21 2017, 09:32 PM.
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