I think the it is clear they should deviate from Greek mythology in order for the game not to get stale. Norse mythology would be the second on the list, but I'd like a game based on Egyptian mythology. That would be cool. I can't remember any game that really dives into Egyptian mythology.
Tri-Ace technical demo for maybe a possible future Star Ocean game ?
Star Ocean Developer tri-Ace Shows Off its Technology
Check out a tech demo running on PS3 and Xbox 360.
This is a technical demo trailer of real-time physically-based rendering on current generation consoles. The contents in the video are not related to our developing titles at all.
The goal of the demo is to "Keep material consistency under indirect illumination using Physically-based Rendering."
Rendered in real-time on Xbox 360 / PlayStation 3
Runs at 30Hz with 720p and is directly captured from the video output on the devkit
Real-time lighting and shadowing used (no baked light maps)
Key features are physically-based shading models, physically-based lighting and image-based global illumination
That will probably be given away (in 3 month chunks) with Madden, SSX and Nascar.
Sucker Punch confirms work on a new PS3 exclusive
Our dinner in Madrid with Sucker Punch offers us the announcement of a new development exclusively for PlayStation 3.
The studio explained to our friend, Alberto Hidalgo, that this game is not a new release of Sly Cooper (already confirmed), or a new installment of InFamous.
We hope to expand soon the details, as a possible announcement at E3.
Updated: Sucker Punch confirms that the new game will not be announced this coming E3.
Well they should be wrapping up Infamous 2 with 2 months to go, and they've shown that they will be firmly behind Playstation for awhile. It's nice to see this studio is getting bigger to handle more projects at once. Naughty Dog needs to step their game up.
New PlayStation 3 Model Planned, Limitless Possibilities
http://playstationlifestyle.net/2011...possibilities/The PlayStation 3 has evolved in significant ways since it released back in 2006. We’ve seen the console lose some weight, increase power efficiency, and even up its security. Although its been half a decade since it debuted, Sony is still continuing to improve its proven hardware, and the latest FCC filings prove just that.
The FCC filings page reveals that a new model of PlayStation 3 has been approved for release. There are two variations, one identified as CECH-3001A, while the other as CECH-3001B. This will mark the first major number shift since Sony released the slim version of the PlayStation 3 in late 2009.
Investigation of several documents on the site reveals nothing in the way of what it’ll change about the currently existing 160GB and 320GB models, but we can at least conclude that there will at least continue to be two models offered due to the two separate model letters. Could this upcoming switch bring improved security to combat the prevalent hacking that’s continued to beckon Sony’s development team? Or maybe there are minor hardware changes to coincide with a pending price drop. The PS3 has been offered with several free titles, and even $50 gift cards at several retailers, so an eventual price drop is undeniable.
Two models with different hard drive size featuring smaller processors (i.e. cheaper) is most likely. I guess it could feature some hardware redesign that would make further piracy harder.
I was thinking of a slimmer PS3 and price cut.
It should be the same on the outside, even though it could use a slightly smaller form factor.
However, the current slim models are lighter than the very first slim system, and require less power too. Further weight and power consumption reductions are what you should expect.
That game is pretty much in the same league as Wardevil.
Rockstar never does a 'blow-out' on E3. But maybe Sony will invite them onto stage, who knows.
Expect info to be released 5-7months before the game. And good info too (gameplay vids with commentary etc).
Basically the way they handled LA Noire is how they handled everything so far.
Yep, RDR was roughly the same
Yeah, they don't really show anything until close to release. I remember the wait for San Andreas media and we barely had a few short videos until the very last few weeks.
But then again, it was 2004 and we didn't have as many leaks back then.
They have been good at not leaking things for GTA + GTA DLC + RDR + LA Noire.....So yeah, they know what they are doing. And they have my favourite marketing model. They come out with the game when they have something proper to say about it.
(Before anyone mentions AGENT, it was Sony's idea to show it and Rockstar was nice enough that they rushed a logo to help Sony out...It's far from Rockstar's way of announcing a game)
Oh wait, forgot about Max Payne III. I think there was scanned mag pages for that one. But I'm not sure if that is considered a 'leak'.
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