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Legends of Aria (Ultima Online 2) - Let's Play/Review & Hally Mage Gameplay (1080p)

Discussion in 'Legends of Aria General Discussion' started by Stimwalt, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Stimwalt

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    Legends of Aria (Ultima Online 2) - Let's Play/Review & Hally Mage Gameplay (1080p)

     
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    Definitely looks like a pretty UO. But the zoom level feels way too close in, and the perspective feels off. Can you pull it back to a more isometric view, rather than the top+side view I'm seeing in this video? (Runescape was quite good at letting you scroll both zoom level and perspective, from 3D to top+side to isometric.)
     
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    You can spin the camera around but can't remember if you can zoom out more. Been a few months since I loaded it up to be honest. I'm just waiting for them to finish it!
     
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    Yes. When you zoom in the perspective lowers somewhat. When you pull back out it moves back toward a more UO like perspective.