Clean SaGa 2 DS screens

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  1. granville
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    looking good
     
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    oooh nice
    the 4th pic looks like r2d2 in the corner there
     
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    Wow, I'd have imaginged Mr. S bigger than that...
     
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    this one is using dragon quest joker engine
     
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    This game looks pretty awesome, I have been watching, videos from earlier generation, I never played this game though, looks great on the ds, maybe the ds should stay to cell-shaded graphics instead of full 3d.
     
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    It's good as long as it's not made by Matrix software.
     
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    Matrix? They're damn decent at 3D engines to me. It's just their character model style that seems to turn people off. But Avalon Code was made by them and the character models in that game looked realistically proportioned. But I doubt this is made by Matrix. Like ndpndnt16 said, it looks similar to DQMJ, so there's a fair chance it's using the same engine.

    @ryukyus:

    Cell shaded graphics are real 3D. They just have a different way of handling textures and outlines. Sometimes in cell shading, there aren't even any real textures at all, just a single color with a gradient shading to create depth.

    But I totally agree with you that the DS REALLY shines at cell shading! It seems to be an excellent way to partially bypass the lack of DS texture filtering.