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Submitted by gaffyh 890d ago | video

DmC Performance Capture Diaries - Part 2

You've likely heard or simply deduced by now that dev team Ninja Theory employed some pretty hi-tech performance capturing technology to bring out a rare level of subtletly and nuance in the game's characters and story segments. As I wrote back in January, NT worked out of the same capturing studio used for the film Avatar, simultaneously capturing bodily movements, minute facial movements, and voice from their actors--literally capturing performances in their entirety. (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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