You are missing the point. I don't care if there is one thing that's not very realistic.
Originally Posted by -=fox=-
The problem is that exactly this is the reason why I always hated EVERYTHING that was set in the future. Just because it is set in the future, everybody seems to think they can do anything.
Steel is way more expensive. It is very hard to install, especially those huge steel sheets.
Let me ask you one question: how would you install the floors (I'm now talking about the old picture of the same hall)? They are huge and they are not intersected. You won't be able to turn them, because the walls are too close. So you would have to keep one part of the hallway open, then shove them in. Yeah, the cost of that will really be worth the aesthetics.
And then I'm not even talking about the echoes. Could you imagine that?
I don't care if some things are unrealistic in games or movies (as long as it isn't too obvious). But if it doesn't make sense, then it will immediately be noticed. Deus Ex did not have that. Deus Ex was not generic sci-fi.
Apparently there are people who think the best way to make
a prequel is to contradict the thing to which it is a prequel.