Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for gaming world

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Shrouded in an almost mythical aura, the city of New Orleans often doesn’t seem real to visitors. It’s a unique place where the New and Old World collide, bringing together an authentic blend of wonder found in so few places around the globe.

Now, one of the things people could count on, a map of the city, is under fire.

Game developer and author James L. Sutter doesn’t think New Orleans looks real enough — even for gaming — and expressed his disbelief on Twitter about the way the Crescent City looks on Google Maps.

Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world

Sutter, who co-created the Pathfinder and Starfinder role-playing games, has spent his career developing detailed maps of make-believe places.

But the real map of New Orleans, Sutter says, looks so fake it would never pass for any games he creates, noting oddities in the local landscape are too far-fetched even for the gaming world.

Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world

Game developer says “crappy” map of New Orleans way too crappy, even for fantasy world
Fortunately for Sutter, things tend to work themselves out in the long-run and the Crescent City’s layout will more likely be approved in the future — New Orleans map, 2100 AD.

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