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Looks pretty awesome, gonna try this out tonight.
Am i the only one who thinks it makes it look really bland & boring?
Those screenshots were pretty bland in itself. They could've made better screens
Well the cel-shading was used to cover up most of the blandness.
Actually, this doesn't really remove any shading...just outlines. It's obvious that, if you remove the outlines from a cartoon, it's not going to have the same "pop" that it has when objects are well defined.
Do it... you'll like it better in game. I personally hate the cell shaded look but that's my opinion. You'll get a nice fps boost with it disabled.
The reason it does is because they engine they are using if the same as first game is old...like from 2005-2006 old. So they covered this up with beautiful Cell Shaded graphics which always age better than " Realistic " type graphics... Because eventually realistic looks dated, and cell shaded just looks like pure beautiful Art no matter when you look at it.
Just goes to show that art style > high resolution. (imo)
This looks interesting! A video will be appreciated!
This game was originally suppose to have a realistic look to it. However, months later they revealed they'll make it cell-shaded. This was a big let down and made the game look lame in comparison to what it would have looked like. If you ever seen the very first trailer for this game it isn't cell-shaded.
Or side by side comparison
Borderlands isn't cell shaded.
Keep telling yourself that
Okami is cel shaded and Borderlands is not. There are stuff a game need to be cel shaded.
Why would anyone want to remove the cell shading? It's what gives the game its charm!
I rememeber this game when it was first announced it was without the cell shading
Most people still do...
I prefer the black outlines in the cell-shaded look. But I prefer the lighting and color of the modded screen. If we could mix the 2 that would be great.
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