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8-04-2007 @ 8:38AM
@1 & 3I agree, I was astonished when I saw the flame effects. You kind of get the feeling that Blizzard is willing to push their graphics engine a bit harder and start to open up what it's capable of. Items which use extensive lighting have been in the game since launch but have always been limited (certain wands and lanterns show off dynamic lighting effects), yet we've seen what the lighting system is actually capable of.It seems that it's something Blizzard can keep pushing as the average computers of their playerbase improve.
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