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Old 17 May 2004, 11:21   #1
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can you explain the different quality in this games??

can you explain the different quality between graphics of Zonewarrior and Leander??

they are games from the same year of release and with the same graphic artist: Andy Ingram
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I think the graphics in Leander were very much a focus point of the game, at least, that is how I remember the magazines talking about it. So perhaps he just had a lot more time/resources for that one?
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He also did airbourne ranger and butcher hill.. go check them out (Though different years).

As Fiath said he probably had more time to spend on Leander, and Psygnosis being a bigger company maybe expected better results (not too many Psygnosis games look poor!)
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