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UncleTerbor
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Image Quality

Post by UncleTerbor » 03 June 2020, 16:51

Does anybody else feel like this game would be a lot more enjoyable if a higher quality scan of the components was used? As it's a large board, the individual elements are pretty grainy and pixelated. Seems like a fairly simple fix, right?

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Replicat
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Re: Image Quality

Post by Replicat » 10 June 2020, 21:25

Agree.

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Raph the KING
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Re: Image Quality

Post by Raph the KING » 15 June 2020, 13:39

I agree too, that should be a good change to make the game feel better

Mike White
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Re: Image Quality

Post by Mike White » 16 June 2020, 07:04

Yeah, we played our first game of this the other night. Enjoyed it, but everyone commented on this point.

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Poshi
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Re: Image Quality

Post by Poshi » 19 November 2020, 12:45

Same here. I'm in a 32 inches 4K screen and I'm constantly fighting with my eyes to be able to see everything properly. It does not make sense. Images should have enough quality to be clearly seen. Fortunately, most of the information can be understood easily because the icons are recognizable enough, but the game could be astounding with good images.
Unfortunately, this is not the only game with this issue. There are lots of games that contains cards with something written but are completely impossible to read, having to rely on the tooltips, which makes play unnecessarily difficult.

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