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 Starforce Delta - Sci-Fi action RPG - gameguru review
(PR) 07:40 AM EDT - Apr,28 2013
Starforce Delta uses Adobe's Flash Stage3D technology, which grants access to the GPU to render breathtaking, hardware accelerated 3D graphics. read a full article

last 10 comments:
wh173(02:17 PM EDT - Apr,28 2013 )
its good, for flash, but breathtaking is a little too much.

Baconnaise(12:26 AM EDT - Apr,29 2013 )
Graphics look like sci fi from ten years ago.

Csimbi(01:20 PM EDT - Apr,29 2013 )
I hate the word Starforce and everything it represent: this is the once word that spawned Steam and other online crap robbing gamers from hard-copies.

Lithari(06:46 PM EDT - Apr,30 2013 )
It looks nice to me, but I guess majority of you think if it isn't 100% directx 11 quality graphics, it must look like its from 10yrs ago, which if I must remind you that Master of Orion 2 was 17yrs ago, looks crap by today's standards but I still play it.

Its the best 4X game out there, nothing has come close to replacing its crown, this game if done right has the possibility of being a good game, but I am not so into top notch graphics, might I suggest to you guys to try the game out first before you say its crap.

I do miss the good old days where gameplay was the focal point of all video games, then story, then graphics, but now-a-days its all about how many freaking polygons it uses.

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