Alone in the Dark: Near Death Investigation (AKA 5) video footage

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  1. Farid

    Farid Artist formely known as Vysez
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDoeQfg0fyA

    The game is being developed by the folks at Eden Studio (V-Rally series, Kya, Test Drive: Unlimited) and should be made avilable as episodic content.

    Looking at the video, albeit Youtube one, it seems that the renderer and the art side of things look great so far. Only the animations still seem to need some work.
     
  2. AlBran

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    btw, there is discussion in the console forums too:
    http://forum.beyond3d.com/showthread.php?t=42549


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    The explosions and object physics (well, at least the things that happen) look great. :) It seems like they have a sort of DOF going on, but it's hard for me to differentiate blurry video and blurry background. :p
     
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    Some nice lighting effects in those couple of videos.
     
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    He doesn't seem very alone! Or in the dark for that matter! It sort of reminds of the PoP series with all the ledge climbing.
     
  5. Davros

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    what the hell are eden doing developing a new game - they hav'nt finished testdrive unlimited yet :(
     
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