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Something off here, the foliage I think. The yellowish grass and the pine-like tree seems poor on detail. even though, interesting.

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|Yucca| Jan 21 2012 replied:

The foliage we use needs to be remade mostly anyway since their quality isn't the best.

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TheMarshmallowBear Jan 21 2012 says:

I hope there's lot of destruction INSIDE< i"d be in heaven and have an ******, I just love that delipilated look.

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Seaal Jan 21 2012 replied:

It'd even be nice if it was dark, to give the player, a... scared feeling. :D

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Spare Jan 21 2012 says:

Too bright maybe? Seems like there could be a lot more atmosphere with this area.

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yohoat9 Jan 21 2012 says:

Yeah, the map definitely isn't bad, but something is missing. I can't quite put my finger on it though, it's giving off a feeling of simplicity.

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Oskutin Jan 22 2012 says:

I heard that if the map is brighter than skybox it makes the map feel blocky and empty.

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They used be homes for the factory workers but have been abandoned for quite a long time now.

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