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Old 04-29-08, 10:07 AM   #27
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Default Re: Futuremark lays an egg.

Originally Posted by Bman212121
Remember that they said they were planning on making games in the future. The idea behind vantage was they were making their own game engine to run the tests on, so games developed on this engine could be compared easily. I can't remember where that link was though, but if this does happen then they will make plenty of money licensing out their engine.
I don't think the engine is good enough to attract much attention from serious developers.

Unless its cheap...

But still, humming along at 7fps in game test 1 on a system that'd cost about $1500 brand new isn't exactly a good advertisement for the game engine. Developers need engines that scale with hardware to bring in more users. Whether this engine can or not, I don't know... but if it runs like ass and doesn't look impressive on my system, its just going to be worse on most other systems.
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