Need for Speed 2: Special Edition also had hardware accelerated randomized on-screen droplets, if you use the Glide renderer (3DFX did what Nvidiadon't).Le Mans on Dreamcast had nice rain. Individual drops, little circle thingie where they touch the ground, haze going off the car tires, making the road slightly reflective, some pre-shader droplets on camera effects, etc., can't find any good footage with it but you can see some of it here.
When I think of rain in video games, the first thing that comes to my mind is the rainy backdrop of Tung Fu Rue in "Fatal Fury" 1, whch is supposed to have been the first title to introduce the weather changes in the fighting games, however, on the net I have not found the GIF of this stage during this very moment, therefore, I will nominate "The King of Fighters '99' as the final choice, because in my opinion it still possesses to this day the best rainy background seen in a totally two-dimensional game.
uh okImagine if a studio like Retro back then could work with 2023 modern PC hardware instead of a Nintendo console...
No wonder women’s tennis is so popularPeople are so upset by this rain which can be toned down in a patch or before release yet no mention of how bad Ashley's Skort looks.
Just put some shorts on underneath like a real skort if it bothers people that much.
The RE skort looks dumb.