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Pulse

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Production
Name:  Pulse
Group:  Nerve Axis
Year:  1997
Release Party:  Assembly 1997
Party Position:  1
Production's Credits
Coder:  Schlott
Graphics:  Meson
Music:  GanjaJamSpoon
System Requirements
Hardware
AGA
Harddrive Installable
Required
Special Requirements
An AGA powered Amiga with a 68030 CPU and 2.7MB of extra memory.
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Visually outstanding!

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I've just watched this production for the first time in ages and have to say that it is now back up there among my favourites again. The quality of the graphical effects are really outstanding and all of the scenes gel well together and make this well worth watching. I would also recommend you take the trouble to run the proper demo on an Amiga or via emulation rather than just viewing the video we have included here as it is much nicer to see than the low resolution video can show.



This demo centres around particle, light, reflection and refraction effects, mixed with some nicely textured 3D objects, that are blended well throughout the whole production and used to create some nice graphical effects within each scene, as well as during transitions between different parts of the production.



I especially like some of the parts from around the middle of this production starting when the word "Pulse" is brought into the screen using a blue and white particle effect, and then explodes back out of the screen again. Then followed by a very nice abstract moving ball and then onto the splitting of images in a familiar but well done tiled effect leading on to a 3D translucent face. All very nice.



If there is one part of the production that slightly lets it down for me it is the music. Mainly because I've never been a big fan of drum and bass style rhythms, but I suppose the music does work with the production quite well all the same.



So overall this is a highly polished production with some very high quality effects used to create a visually outstanding end result.
Overall rating: 
 
8.5
Graphics:
 
8.0
FX:
 
10.0
Design:
 
10.0
Music:
 
6.0
Code:
 
9.0
Size/Content:
 
8.0
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March 26, 2008
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Last updated: March 26, 2008
 

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