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Question: I do modding for a hobby and I've recently gotten into modeling/texturing. Game in question is Amnesia the Dark Descent.

I notice that the textures in Amnesia never look as good as they do in the diffuse texture/modeling program. I can see letters or finer details in the diffuse, but in game they are blurred. Not horribly to be game-breaking, just something you notice if you look at it closely.(Using Blender)

Is this the same case in UE3? (I don't think this is a UE3 in-game screenshot)

Is this a limitation of the game engine, or something with the texture file. The monsters have fairly detailed textures and seem to be the same in-game. But I haven't much payed attention to the sizes of the UVs anyways. Maybe that is the problem?

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It might be something to do with the texture file; If you'd like I'd get some screenshots as soon as I can with these buggers in UDK.

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That looks amazing keep up the good work o.O

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The final low poly mesh rendered out entirely for your viewing pleasure.
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