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Submitted by Aclay 843d ago | video

See Inside Frostbite 2.0 And What It Means For Army Of Two

GameInformer- The visual effects lead shows off the destructive capabilities and talks about the future of the engine within EA. (Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, PS3, Xbox 360)

Game looks so generic & I know this is a generic comment but the game just looks so generic! It's gears of bore.
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HebrewHammer  +   843d ago
This guy looks like Louie C.K. lol
jb1276  +   843d ago
seeing the frostbite engine from the developer side was pretty interesting... as far as the Army of Two game go - they have always been average and that is with co-op.. not so fun solo. But I hope this one will be better
DeadlyFire  +   842d ago
Wait a minute they are showing off easy to use SDK for Frostbite 2 and there are no Battlefield 3 tools. Nice.

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