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Project Sword for 4th Gen iPhone/Pad/Pod/Touch

Discussion in 'Games' started by random, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. random

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    Do you guys remember Epic Citadel? The Unreal Engine 3 Demo that was available for the iPhone/Pad/Touch devices.

    I just ran into this today not sure if anyone else has as well but the Game Center demo they had for the actual game looks amazing, here's the link to the video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImdjgUip0Nc


    The tech itself looks very promising.

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    Nice tech. I think it will work better on a bigger screen products... such as iPad (which i will never buy).

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    No, i don't want my fingers on the screen during an intense fighting scene.
    random says thanks.
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    That looks amazing on a phone! And an iPhone never the less.
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    aha I see the end of the gameboy and I like it.

    now they need to develop similar for android phones and I'll be stoked.
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    We'll see, I have seen that game before, its nice to see they are actually playing it now. But it seems too be a lot of a handheld to really be doing on it's own, I would think some sort of OnLive service would be being used, or just like you can do with a PSP, if your in wifi range you can Stream your PC video to the PSP and send the controls back to the PC, so you can basically play any PC game you want while mobile in your house.
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    I am extremely impressed by how awesome that looks. It looks better than 90% of PC games....
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Is it available now?
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    nope :(
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Well that makes sense why I cannot find it. Haha
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    Not necessarily for the iPhone, but any 3rd generation iOS device. I, for one, will be getting it for my iPod Touch 4th gen.
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    not really consider the specs of the modern droid phones like the droid x or the htc evo and the iphone 4 and then compare that to the nintendo ds and sony psp specs

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayStation_Portable

    psp has a 333mHZ cpu and 166MHZ gpu with 64 mb memory, compare that to the 1GHZ cpu's with 512 memory on most modern droid phones or 800mhz on the iphone4. not to mention the 16-40gb storage.

    smartphones are more than capable of 3dgaming. they by far beat any other handheld spec wise and they have all sorts of software to connect to your pc should you want to do that.
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    This is what had me sold on a smartphone, I first thought it was just a touch screen capable of flash equivalent games but these demonstrations really emphasized on its power for me.:rockout:

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