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    Does the Wii have great...

    Does the Wii have great physics and lighting. Lighting like in Directx 10?

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    thier ok, nothing too special when u consider 360/ps3 but it's capable of some good lighting compared to last gen.


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    yeah

    obviously the wii has inferior graphics compared to 360 and pS3

    however, it's capable of decent graphics. possibly around the dx10
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    Great physics... have you seen Super Mario Galaxy?

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    The Physics and Lighting are pretty great in Super Mario Galaxy.

    However, the textures, AI, and models have yet to prove themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RjPunk47
    Does the Wii have great physics and lighting. Lighting like in Directx 10?
    Hmm, I doubt the Wii could run any of the new features in DX10 at a reasonable framerate. Look at some Crysis DX10 videos for an example of a game built on it. As far as physics and lighting though in general, the Wii does both, it just doesn't have as much of it as other PC/console titles.

    That being said, the only thing I really know for sure is that DX10 requires a hefty PC to run well, and retain a decent framerate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budo
    Hmm, I doubt the Wii could run any of the new features in DX10 at a reasonable framerate. Look at some Crysis DX10 videos for an example of a game built on it. As far as physics and lighting though in general, the Wii does both, it just doesn't have as much of it as other PC/console titles.

    That being said, the only thing I really know for sure is that DX10 requires a hefty PC to run well, and retain a decent framerate.
    Of course your comparing DX10 features for a game that the PS3 would fail to push out at a reasonable rate.

    The Wii will be able to give you some pretty decent graphics, and as far as the physics go, I'm still undecided. If the speculated specs are correct, I don't know how capable the Wii will be of handling really good physics engines (it is of course possible they have a dedicated physics chipset, but I don't think I've heard of it).
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    I'd have to say no to all the above.

    The Wii is like DX8 if its lucky. DX9 games are still much more complex then the Wii can handle. As for physics... I'd say none. People refer to Mario Galaxy for physics, but I don't know what they're talking about. Obviously they don't know what game physics mean in this day and age.
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    I've been playing Lord of the rings online with the new DX10 enhancements, ad it looks beautiful. If you look at this and Crysis against the consoles then there is no comparison. Some oif the difference are subtle but once you notice them they add some extra depth. The water in LOTRO is the best i've seen, and the DX10 shadows are amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by player911m
    As for physics... I'd say none. People refer to Mario Galaxy for physics, but I don't know what they're talking about. Obviously they don't know what game physics mean in this day and age.
    Huh? What does "physics" mean to you?
    I have only played it a little bit, but I know that different worlds affect how high Mario can jump. At one point I had to smack a plant and it would come back and hit something else. I'm not sure what you mean by "none", but there are game physics involved.

    Also, just play Wii Bowling. There are physics involved in the movement of the bowling pins when the ball hits them. Just one example.
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