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Futuremark to make real games - Can it make a difference?

James Morris of Tech.co.uk writes:

It had to happen sooner or later. Futuremark is finally going to be producing its own games. This is hardly a surprise. In fact, it's more surprising that it has taken so long. Futuremark's new Games Studio plans to combine 'highest quality game play' with 'blow-your-socks-off visuals'. But can it really make a difference in what is now a very competitive games market?

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funkeystu3368d ago

The first 1/2 of the article is good - Futuremark products always look awesome, hopefully they're games will look equally impressive.

I though they were a bit off with the 2nd 1/2 though; they really should have taken into account that crysis selling 1million units =\= failure.

Le-mo3368d ago

Wow, I've never heard of this game studio before.

KeiZka3368d ago

There's a reason for it. It isn't a game studio. It's a studio that was producing mainly hardware testing software, such as 3dmark0x's and Aquamark etc. Now it's branching out to games as well... Hope they can make visually stunning games even for the budget computers.