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12-31-2009 @ 9:07AM
My desire for a new engine is based largely on the very successful update that EVE Online performed about a year ago, which, AFAIK, did not take "years".And no, I am not one of these folks that thinks a new engine solves all the problems. IMO, a newer engine is more standard in it's design(IE it supports all the various formats of data the art might take) would make use of newer methods of handling the data in memory and could quite possibly improve the performance on lower end machines.Also, as was said before, the engine is the paper the story is written on, simply changing to a new one doesn't fix itself necessarily. But it does open up pathways that are simply unavailable now.
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