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Grotar89 writes:

LOTRO is the most beautiful MMO atm they rly made Middle Earth amazing and gfx arent even demanding, great pic.

Fri Aug 27 2010 10:06PM Report
Luxumaru writes:

^ /agree

Love LOTRO so much :]

Fri Aug 27 2010 10:45PM Report
skeaser writes:

Water looks too good compared to everything else, but I agree, LoTRO has some of the best looking environments I've seen in an MMO, if only they'd put that much love into the PCs.

Sat Aug 28 2010 12:11AM Report
expresso writes:

take away the great water and the gfx are average at best.  theres a reason all good lotro screens have water in them

Sat Aug 28 2010 12:37AM Report
Gundric writes:

I always find it humorous when people are so awestruck with water in games    :P

Seriously though, game looks good.  Wish I could get into it though.  Never get very far into it to see the pretty sights.

Sat Aug 28 2010 1:54AM Report
Vexe writes:

LOTRO is probably the most beautiful MMO that is over 3 years old. No doubt.

Sat Aug 28 2010 3:16AM Report
Vexe writes:

I'm sorry. Let me edit that last post.

"Except for EVE sometimes."

Sat Aug 28 2010 3:17AM Report
korvass writes:

Forget the water, look at the damn sky...

Heheh. Yeah, LOTRO still looks beautiful, wonderful environmental effects too, especially when you enter corrupted or evil areas and the sky literally changes overhead into these roiling sickly green/black clouds. Nice!

As someone said above though, I wish they had put the same love into the character models and textures. Sometimes if you squint hard enough, they look decidedly EQ in quality.

Sat Aug 28 2010 3:56AM Report writes:
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