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Old Dec 21, 2009, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default A Look Back At DirectX: Which games pushed each API to its limits?

As gaming years go by so does the DirectX API version that gets new features like improved performance, and better graphics.

So starting with DirectX 7 and ending with DirectX 10, which games pushed each DX API to its limit graphically. (Please post a screen shot of each game listed.) You may list up to five games per each DX API. For the hell of it you can list some OpenGL and Glide (3DFX) games also.

For ex: (DX 7 GM1, GM2, GM3, GM4, GM5, DX8 GM1, GM2,.. and so on.)

Lastly, Which DX version was your favorite and why?
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Old Dec 21, 2009, 10:36 PM   #2
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Lastly, Which DX version was your favorite and why?
Mine was DX9 because it brought HDR lighting and improved shadows.
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DirectX 8 was one of the most significant IMO, because it introduced pixel shaders.
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That's pretty tough. DX didn't really shine until DX7 IMO. DX5 is going to have to be G-Police and Jedi Knight. I'd say Unreal Tournament with DX6 was pretty pinnacle for that API, possibly Glide as well. DX7 I'd have to go with UT2003/2004. Cube mapped water, hardware T&L was a must. 8 would have been the most significant if it hadn't been for the dreaded Geforce 2 era, it felt like games skipped it and went to 9. I'm going to hand the DX8 title to The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. The big daddy, by far the most important and still dominant: DirectX 9. I have the feeling this won't go away for at least another 2 years, making it 10 years old. The support and updates for it have been nothing short of amazing, much like the features it brought.
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DirectX 10.

It meant we didn't have to deal with DX9.0c and other variants and worrying whether we had SM3 or SM2.5 or whatever and it unified the pixel and vertex shader. While it was probably one of the least useful API improvements for new graphics features, but it standardized a lot of hardware and demanded a certain level of flexibility in hardware which has grown into CUDA and physics applications as well as throwing the vertex vs. pixel shader performance problems relating to some games and applications (though we've still got them pesky ROPs and enough difference in bandwidth to make similar symptoms depending on the card and architecture).

9.0c with SM3 and HDR was visually the biggest leap towards 'realism' in graphics, though probably not the biggest leap in quality, which I'd give to 7 or 8 (DX7 came a long way but had some pretty fundamental things which it struggled to do because the features weren't in huge demand). A lot was also possible in earlier DX9 variants, but I don't think the difference between 8 and 9 were fundamentally very different, but the later additions to DX9 could have been their own version easily.


But in the end from a flexibility of design and of function I'd give the cake to DX10 and unified shaders.... despite the flop of an OS that it launched with
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DX9 games can run really well and delivery some great graphics.
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Notable Direct X games I remember graphically from 7 and 8

DX7 - Giants: Citizen Kabuto, MechWarrior 4, NOLF
DX8 - AquaNox, Morrowind, Dungeon Siege, Serious Sam, NOLF2
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DX9, everything since is a dissapointment so far.
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Mechwarrior 4 for dx7
DX8, aquanox, serious sam 2nd encounter.

Last time I checked Unreal Tournament 2003 was dx7 with some dx8 instructions, that game was absolutely head and shoulders above the rest.

dx9 ....dx9 is a bit different, there's been so many different generations of dx9 with sm2.0 then 3.0, dx9, dx9c, etc.

DX9 first gen - FarCry and Halflife2, second gen Oblivion and F.E.A.R, current gen, GTA4, Gears of War, Batman Arkham Asylum

DX10 - Crysis.

dx9 has lasted WAAAAAAY too long. It was introduced in 2002 and thanks to consoles, will no doubt be around strong throughout 2010 and even 2011 - that will be almost 10 years on one damn api.
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dx7 - giants
dx8 - no clear standout
dx9 - crysis
dx10 - n/a
dx11 - well see

fav dx 9 because of crysis
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MDK - using Glide
UT99 - using OpenGL
Quake /Hexen/Doom - openGL


Not really a fan of Direct3D as the primary goal is about peak framerates rather than developing within a framerate lock as it used to be.

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Dont forget Max Payne 2. At the time I remember being very impressed by the details it could render at decent fps.

I dont quite see why you got Dungeon Siege there though, I dont recall it being anything special engine wise.
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It'd probably be better to use the word Direct3D, since thats what you are mostly referring to. DirectX was the entire group of instructions to reach sound, network, and input hardware besides graphics. OT, I'd say serious sam was the dx7 game by design. It's interesting to compare the recent re-release of that game in HD and see the graphical differences. I dont really know much from other dx releases besides 9.0c since that's the one I've been gaming on for the most part. Dx10 failed because microsoft made it vista-only, 10.1 is only available if you are playing Assasins Creed, have an ATI card and the drivers that were pulled off by Nvidia. I think the lifespan of a Dx release is conditioned by the popularity of the windows release that supports it. XP is still going strong, that's why dx9 has been so popular. Now new computers are coming with win7 installed, there might finally be a dx switch to dx11.
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dx 8 & 9 where the real big ones i think, one added pixel shaders and the other HDR and pushed pixel shaders further.

as for games that pushed the envelope, there's really only one, crysis.
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DX8, aquanox, serious sam 2nd encounter.

Last time I checked Unreal Tournament 2003 was dx7 with some dx8 instructions, that game was absolutely head and shoulders above the rest.

dx9 ....dx9 is a bit different, there's been so many different generations of dx9 with sm2.0 then 3.0, dx9, dx9c, etc.

DX9 first gen - FarCry and Halflife2, second gen Oblivion and F.E.A.R, current gen, GTA4, Gears of War, Batman Arkham Asylum

DX10 - Crysis.

dx9 has lasted WAAAAAAY too long. It was introduced in 2002 and thanks to consoles, will no doubt be around strong throughout 2010 and even 2011 - that will be almost 10 years on one damn api.
QFT. next gen consoles in 2012 will have DX13, that's when we'll see the graphics get better by leaps and bounds.
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DirectX 7 - Sacrifice. First game to fully showcase the new GeForce 2's.





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I think "Monster Truck Madness" was one of the very first Direct3D games I played. I was coming from Glide at the time so I wasn't very impressed with what Direct3d could do. At that time, Glide was far prettier and much faster than what Direct3d could do. Unreal was one of the last great Glide games. Quality suffered for a bit while 3dfx was getting out and NVidia and ATI were rising up. Eventually, Direct3D started to really take off and stuff like Sacrifice and Giants were mind blowing for the time.
Battlezone was one of the first DX8 games that really blew me away.

Edit: I meant "Unreal" and not Unreal Tournament...which looked fine with Direct3d.
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Yeah, that game fully benefits from directx7, that much so, that it wont run on any modern card which doesnt have dx7 compatibility. I bought this game recently, and it just crashes when launching it.
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Hm that sucks, i was planning on replaying the game sometime..
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DX8, aquanox, serious sam 2nd encounter.

Last time I checked Unreal Tournament 2003 was dx7 with some dx8 instructions, that game was absolutely head and shoulders above the rest.

dx9 ....dx9 is a bit different, there's been so many different generations of dx9 with sm2.0 then 3.0, dx9, dx9c, etc.

DX9 first gen - FarCry and Halflife2, second gen Oblivion and F.E.A.R, current gen, GTA4, Gears of War, Batman Arkham Asylum

DX10 - Crysis.

dx9 has lasted WAAAAAAY too long. It was introduced in 2002 and thanks to consoles, will no doubt be around strong throughout 2010 and even 2011 - that will be almost 10 years on one damn api.
I would not go bashing consoles for dx9 longevity, as dx10 was only available via vista, which pretty much crippled PC gaming graphics development
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now with DX11 i can finally forget about all above
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Unreal was originally a glide game that had an opengl and direct3d render driver as an after thought. It wasn't for UT that Unreal received official support for Direct3d with S3TC and that was in GOLD version or if you ran Unreal for UT.

As for DirectX I think Audio was the first thing it did very well. Even ID used combo OpenGL for graphics and DirectX audio for sound.
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