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User Info: KiNPiN1835

KiNPiN1835
11 years ago#1
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User Info: sdcSpade

sdcSpade
11 years ago#2
Because the programmers wanted it like that?
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User Info: romsnbombs

romsnbombs
11 years ago#3
i preferred the graphics on the GBA. it's as if they've just taken the original sprites from that game, then actually attempted to scale them down. the end result looks horrible if you ask me

User Info: thecooltodd

thecooltodd
11 years ago#4
I preferred the GBA graphics too because they didn't try to make it look all 3D
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User Info: GameguruVIII

GameguruVIII
11 years ago#5
That's funny, cause I thought the GBA games looked too flat, with AWDS being my first one.
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User Info: thecooltodd

thecooltodd
11 years ago#6
But it's suppose to be flat...
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User Info: Booshalicious

Booshalicious
11 years ago#7
I wasn't at all impressed with the graphics, I thought they were considerably below par. But I don't play AW for "OMG AWSUM GFX!!"
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thecooltodd
11 years ago#8
lol exactly =D
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