so... I saw these new screens and it leaves me wondering....are these actual in-game-engine shots....becuase if so that's pretty impressive looking.... or do you think they are pre-rendered movie files.
EDIT: yes they are also from the dlc content from Resident Evil 5....but these ARE the 3DS screens....but I still don't know if its a modified version in real time or not?????
Last edited by Hylian-Advocate; 06-16-2010 at 03:08 AM.
It cant be. Those screens look better than the HD console versions. Also those pics come from the first mansion DLC pack for Resi 5.
^for sure....... nobody here ever said it was that powerful, right???
but nobody answered my question?...... do you think those are pre-rendered movie files or done with the actual game engine real time?????
oh waiut... I saw one person did...thanks AC!D...lol
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They are....... its on IGN......for the 3DS.....and they have version with the bottom screen just showing the 3DS logo though
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I thought it might be in-game engine. I watched the trailer like 3 times, and the background doesn't really look as good as the HD versions.
That said, the MGS 3D demo was all in game and had the same "shiney" effect that you can see on Chris's arms in the RE trailer. I think it could be, but we really don't know yet.
Trailer was jaw dropping either way. Don' forget the game is in the dark, and its easier to make games look better in dark settings.
Everything else on show floor looked Gamecube quality, ranging from PSP quality all the way to Wii.
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It doesnt seem to matter as much right now since we cant play them ourselves any time soon.With out its 3D effect it just doesnt have the right effect.I wonder how long before they have demos running in stores.
more so than the wii itself.
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