the car looks great, but getting it to drive around in a world like 'GTA4' or NFSMW using rad is unrealistic and another thing entirely, the background is just a 2d photo likely made into a skydome, not a 3d building.
the reason rad will never look like those games is they use higher shader versions, DOF, SSAO, volumetric light/fog, and other things that rad just does not support.
the best example of what rad can do so far is that neon cycle racer, which is an indie quality game, not AAA studio quality. rad has always been an indie engine, and now it's an outdated one using pre-2006 tech, so don't expect anything more from it than that and you won't be disappointed.
as indiedev said, the car video from the first thread by grasshopper belongs to my simplest 3drad examples. its just a simple floor and car as Skinmesh + Paricles. the rest of environment is Skybox.
in another words, do not overstimate 3DRad. it can produce nice gfx scenes maybe, but it CANT produce such complex games like GTA series... you would got 0-1 fps slow crap unplayable even at NASA computers.
forget try to making new GTA, Medal of Honor, Crysis or Need For Speed clones and focus on what was 3Drad designed to be
Hi guys... I didn't want to create a whole new thread just for this. So I was searching the internet again for 3DRad stuff and came accross this. Now I'm not 100% sure but I think this game may have been developed in 3DRad. The look of the models reminds me of sketchup and the way it looks just makes me think of 3DRad (this might just be because I spend so much time with 3DRad and everything looks like it could be made with it lol) however I wanted to get your opinion. Here is the link to the game store.steampowered.com/app/399100/ it's also paid so I dont know.
Anyway, let me know thanks!
Dec 17, 2016 19:55:14 GMT
"I'm a programmer... my only weapon is C.. and it's Sharp!" (Words by GH Games)
Post by Power Supersport on Dec 17, 2016 21:52:15 GMT
The "company", not the guy, who posted this game has to be joking... I had a little research (not too deep) and I wasn't able to confirm that the game is made by 3D Rad... But amazingly enough it looks super close to a 3D Rad one...