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04-01-06, 10:09 AM
Good stuff, figured it deserved its own page...
Rachet & Clank Tech demo
^very impressive mud physics toward the end
^playable at e3, nice.
Everything Sped up...
heavenly sword looks great
wish we had HD quality versions, those vids look all impressive, way better than just jpg's.
E3 is going to own!
04-01-06, 11:15 AM
Love how they mention and emphesize in the Warhawk demo that there was no assembly programming done in building the game. A big improvement over the PS2...
WarHawk is possibly my must have game. I loved the original and so can't wait to play this one.
Heavenly Sword was just a tech demo but still impressive. To be able to handle that many rag dolls on screen at any given time is always impressive. Now we know why Sony is using the Aegia SDK.
04-01-06, 12:00 PM
yeah, warhawk + mp should be interesting. :)
only thing that seemed odd about warhawk, is that the clouds were very close to the water, maybe they are on another planet or somthing, im not familiar with the orginal warhawk.
Some nice tech demos, although some are more impressive than others. Motorstorm looked a bit disappointing, but the mud physics at the end didn't look too bad (although it still looks very weird just how far the bike's tires go into the "mud", there's no way you could drive through it when your tires sink several feet into it). The Lair trailer was the same as the one they showed at E3, although it was neat seeing a free-camera view of the dragons. Ratchet and Clank was pretty for an engine demo.
But Warhawk I'm extremely excited over, it was nice to see some actual gameplay from that game. The part they showed looked like an updated version of the third level from the first game, which was actually one of my favorite levels. Can't wait to see how it turns out, hopefully we'll get some direct feed demo gameplay of it from E3.
04-01-06, 05:05 PM
Yeah... these look awesome... I loved the mud physics in Motorstorm and Warhawk is looking freaking awesome. Also sort of disappointed that the Lair trailer wasn't new :(.
how can i save the videos to my hardisk?
btw... this here is a complete version of motorstorm..
the game have potential ,but im dissapointed by the game direction until now. Is not a racing contest like the E3 video ,more like a mud contest . And the mud looks too dark and not very natural .THe game looks to support HDR and the Buggy is very detailed ,you can notice this in close shots ,but the enviroments needs more stuff ,like foliage and grass and a more balanced illumination. As much as the game looks cool is not as pretty looking as the orinal CG trailer ,specially the lighting .Too dark in most places and too bright in others.. perhaps it is the video compession? something that surpised me was the performance of the game. they rotated the camera very fast all the way to the sky and around the buggy where all enviroment could be seen at the same time and not a single slow down in Fps. it seemed like the game was running at 100Fps+ by how quick they could rotate the camera. which suggest that the game is indeed very very early and a lot more graphics can be possible.
heavenly sword impressive physics ,and again very fast FPS!! a walk on the park for the PS3.. im more excited to see what more devs can do if they push the PS3 to its limits with a constant ~30-40fps.
04-02-06, 12:59 PM
the game have potential ,but im dissapointed by the game direction until now. Is not a racing contest like the E3 video ,more like a mud contest .
It was just a tech demo, which was to show the mud physics(notice at the end he says theres more we could of shown of motorstorm and we will most likely at e3),im sure it will start shaping up before launch.
04-03-06, 02:58 AM
I wasnt too impressed when i saw the motorstorm pics but ive changed my mind now.
I like the way its looks and runs and if its stays like this with more vehicles and more detailed environments then i think this will be a killer game!!
Hope its gonna be out the same time as the console!!!!!
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