Ruins in the Jungle

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Postby Kalah » May 1 2011, 10:43

These ruins resemble the remains of an ancient civilization ... It's a bit like an <i>Indiana Jones</i> movie, or watching National Geographic exploring an old Inca city.



I have to say ... I like it. I can hardly wait to sned my hero running through the woods, up the stairs and down the stairs ...

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Postby GreatEmerald » May 1 2011, 11:11

Poor horse, those stairs will kill it.

The landscape here is pretty good though, probably because there are no rock faces here.

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Postby agni77 » May 1 2011, 14:32

skill: stairmaster - reduces stair movement penalty by 15%

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Postby theGryphon » May 1 2011, 14:48

This is one of the best screenshots I've seen, I guess along with that waterfall scene. Feels exciting!
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Postby CloudRiderX » May 1 2011, 17:44

I have to agree. It's very nice.
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Postby michiganjf » May 1 2011, 18:18

Wow! This screenshot is truly spectacular!

No wonder they're saying that developing the RMG is going to be so complex and difficult... the developers have really loaded up the landscape features for H6!

Map making with the editor will no doubt be phenomenal, but I'm starting to worry that an eventual RMG might be an unmanageable, or at least very expensive task.

If Ubi is willing to do what it takes to create the RMG for H6, I would gladly buy it alone as an expansion product, even if it's not bundled with a single other enhancement... yes, an RMG is that important!

An RMG is really essential for the long-term sales and enjoyment of HOMM games, as unfamiliarity with the map layout and the associated novelty of discovery is one of the most exciting aspects of HOMM gameplay.

It will be a real tragedy if this visually stunning H6 version doesn't ultimately get an RMG.

Please Ubi, invest in the RMG!

It should guarantee sales of H6 for years to come and be well worth the added development expense!
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Postby darmo » May 2 2011, 0:51

OMG! H6 gonna force me to buy a new compatible PC

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Postby ecsunotos » May 2 2011, 1:24

They give more sports arena for the horse. Next : horizontal bar so the horse can jump over it.


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