By Tim Stone on March 9th, 2008 at 8:30 am.
From summer 2005.
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09/03/2008 at 09:52
Man, existence had crazy framerates when there wasn’t any life, or sky.
09/03/2008 at 09:55
Hah, fantastic. I reckon Crytek pinched His source code.
09/03/2008 at 10:24
I wonder what language he used.
09/03/2008 at 13:10
Amirul B Ruslan says:
Hmm, wasn’t this on RPS a few weeks back as well?
Loved this strip, though.
09/03/2008 at 13:30
I remember reading this, and not getting it until I actually noticed the FPS counter in the corner ~_~
09/03/2008 at 16:36
Bonus points if some of the creatures were missing in the “optimised” panel, or were curiously more blocky-looking.
09/03/2008 at 20:40
Phil H says:
Where does that leave the 0-day hackers?
09/03/2008 at 21:03
The Tree of Worldly Knowledge?
10/03/2008 at 09:13
Meat Circus says:
The Lord doesn’t use agile development methodologies.
No unit tests? No refactoring? No incremental development? Who was his Business Analyst?
I bet he doesn’t even have a set of use cases for all of creation.
10/03/2008 at 15:50
Chris R says:
I think Crysis forgot the last step in that process actually… ;)
By the way, was this strip making fun of Far Cry when it first came out I wonder? Or maybe it’s just poking fun at all games, hah.
24/03/2008 at 04:58
omg.. good work, guy
04/03/2009 at 12:58
On the 8th day god invented “Fog” to hidde the problems with pop-up structures, and make lower the render distance.
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You'd sort of assume an aegis would be doing the defending
And fancy new automation
New expansion to add quest types, hideouts and more
One in October, one earlier next year