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Submitted by JimmyP 955d ago | opinion piece

Games that aged gracefully

MyGaming's Tarryn van der Byl writes: "The difference between games that aged horribly and games that aged gracefully is mostly a matter of perspective. With very few exceptions, 3D games age much faster – and much, much worse – than 2D games, in part because the majority of 3D games make some attempt at realism, where 2D games use real art direction instead." (Age of Empires II, Diablo 2, Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, PC, The Curse of Monkey Island, WarCraft III - Reign of Chaos)

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