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E3: Tiger Woods image

E3: Tiger Woods image

As an ending to these mono image news, here is a screenshot of the Xbox 360 version of Tiger Woods 2006. Nothing much to say except that the grass looks nice...


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Commented on 2005-05-15 21:53:47
This is the type of game you'd need to see in motion to really appreciate. It looks good, but not quite to the level I'd expect from EA. At first glance obviously. As I said, motion is key- grass and clothing blowing realistically with the wind, dirt and debris chunking up and bouncing around with each swing, and contracting arm muscles (if present) are the type of thing that could make this deceivingly simple screenshot (albeit sporting some damn nice textures) convert to something really jaw-dropping. Time will tell...
Commented on 2005-05-15 22:06:33
Just like NBA2k6...
The character in itself is great looking, but with the closing behaving realisticly, fantastic animations, and muscles, it looks absolutely lifelike.
Commented on 2005-05-16 03:51:59
Tiger looks drawn.............. but it looks great though, I like the background more than I like Tiger's drawn look.

Funny that you mention the grass Blim, do you see next gen being all about grass and shrubbery like this gen was all about water physics?
I do for some odd reason. lol.
Commented on 2005-05-16 08:41:38 In reply to Nightmarecast
Posted by Nightmarecast
Funny that you mention the grass Blim, do you see next gen being all about grass and shrubbery like this gen was all about water physics?
I do for some odd reason. lol.
I hope next gen will be all about natural character animation, personally.
Commented on 2005-05-16 09:49:21
it looks cool but its not ingame
Commented on 2005-05-16 18:45:24
I don't like how close the grass-shader falloff is.
Commented on 2005-05-17 01:09:24
Yeah, the transition looks terrible too. The video shown on MTV didn't even look this good. My hopes aren't high for this game's graphics.

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