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Submitted by get2sammyb 921d ago | news

Until Dawn Is Leveraging the Killzone Engine

Push Square: "Sony’s stunning Killzone franchise has always had a foreboding visual undertone to it, so it’s not particularly surprising to learn that Supermassive Games’ upcoming PlayStation Move exclusive teen horror title Until Dawn is being built on top of the first-person shooter’s incredible technology." (PS3, Until Dawn)

DigitalAnalog  +   921d ago
Interesting. It's about time the engine is being outsourced for other devs to utilize it.
get2sammyb  +   921d ago
Agreed. Killzone 2 and 3 are still two of the best looking PS3 games available.
maniac76  +   921d ago
Amazing,the engine is the best along with uncharted,i dont see why other devs dont choose to use this or buy a license from the two devs,all games would look killer and not have bad jaggies lol
KingDustero  +   921d ago
Well Sony doesn't license their engines out to third parties. They keep everything in-house and I doubt that would ever change. They do have some amazing engines, but I'm glad they keep them to themselves. It helps make their games stand out from the rest.
izumo_lee  +   921d ago
So undressing a girl will look better than ever judging by that article pic....unless you have a real girlfriend :P
Hicken  +   921d ago
Those boobs will look more real than real boobs!
Blastoise  +   921d ago
I think this game looks great
DigitalRaptor  +   921d ago
That's really good news. The game shows a lot of promise - multiple characters, multiple endings, expansive environment to traverse and explore, real use of the PS Move controller, actual exhilarating survival horror and a convincing visual style. I have a good feeling about it. It seems that Supermassive Games have a real understanding of the technology, the teen horror genre and the experience they are trying to create with it.

It could really bolster the Move as far as a solid exclusive made especially for it goes, and with the right marketing could do pretty well. I'm already looking forward to playing BioShock Infinite and Portal 2 with Move, but this is something else.
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fantasygamer  +   921d ago
I'd like the option of playing this game on Vita too plz its front and rear touch could come into play for the puzzles.
BitbyDeath  +   921d ago
This is one of my most anticipated titles for next year.
Can't wait for it.
Knushwood Butt  +   921d ago
want

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