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Square Enix Reveals next-gen Tech Demo - Agni's Philosophy

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  1. TheHunter

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    Frick says thanks.
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    What are the hardware used and is there a possibility for download?
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    look like "ati girl" :p
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    Square Enix always knew how to do this kind of stuff. I wish they'll use this engine for next Deus Ex :D Unreal Engine for Human Revolution was good but still, this would top it out :D
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    I was going to say I'm not that impressed, but then I saw that old dudes beard!

    Hair rendering in this is epic.
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    Yeah hair/cloth is the best thing i ever saw. I've been waiting for "real hair" like forever, lol 8 years for sure and the time has finally come :)


    Particles/smoke, sparkles are nice as well., U4E has nice particles too, but imo Square Enix did better.. U4E physx particle trails look so artificial (like in this video).

    Although i agree with you in U4E thread, that lava looked gorgeous :D
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Mmmm now make it a good game.
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    Somehow technology like this never seems to be implemented, or at least well. Sigh. We can only hope.
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    Remember some of the first tessellation examples? Those were beyond epic.

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