Gametrailers puts the the CryENGINE2 demo up against the reality it tries to mimic.
if far cry 2 uses this engine, its gonna be game of the year
do some research before you speak. Ill give you a clue, Cryteck have NOTHING to do with FarCry2
you came to the wrong zone.
the F u talking about he didn't mention Farcy2 using the engine he was trying to point out that if farcy2 used the engine it would turn out to be game of the year
oops, my bad, i just assumed because crytek helped make far cry 1 (dont need to be hostile)
LOLOLOLOL thats sick
Is reality just a Crytek 2 Engine???!?!?
HOLY crap i got fooled so badly....
that rerendering a real life environment is impressive? thats why you think this engine is the best, that is sad.
whaa? CryENGINE2 is by far the most powerful/advanced engine out there. Please tell me which engine you think is better (& please dont give me a console engine as that simply prooves you have no idea what your talking about)?
and it owns it much, along with white engine, the ps3 one, and the unfinished killzone 2 engine, but ofcourse you all will jump on me and say that this cryengine looks so great, but rerendering real life isnt really impressive, the old systems from last generation could do some things like that, rendering fantasy is much more impressive, crytek cant make their own renders, they need to mimic real life, ps3 hasnt even attempted that in its own games exclusives, so theres no way you can just say this engine is the best, lets wait to see what a real life mime like ps3s real life engine can do, ps3 has already achieved movie level visuals ingame, so lets see what real life copying can be like on the machine that has been out for a little over a year. either way ps3 isnt a console.
So out of all those engines that you list (all console) which have you actually played? Ummm none!
Rendering real life isn't impressive? Really? Because that kind of seems like the entire point of all of this...
Rendering real life is the ultimate test to see how well the engine runs by comparing it to what we see as real life. Making a fantasy image is not a true test as anyone can leave an effect out like transparency or reflectiveness or haze out of the image and because its fantasy no one will notice and the image will still look cool. But if you left these effects out of a real life emulation, then things would not look right and the holes in the engine would show up. Thats why its important to see how well a "real life" image will look on an engine.
is the outside covering, the inside is a supercomputer, no pc will ever be one, get owned, and get out.
Your an idiot, go into the other section.
Thats awesome it mimics reality real well. I could tell easier that the people where fake, than I could anything else.
Most of the time i couldn't tell which one were the real one..
who can't see which is cryengine and which is real life is blind. Its easy to spot.
The balls in the cry engine version sometimes like grow little arms and things. wtf's up with that?
*drools* Wow, wonder how CryEngine 3 will look like?
It seemed that the CryEngine 2 produced more on screen bouncing balls, even more vivrant colors, and it was seemless. Wow.
Which one where you looking at? By my observation I saw more balls, more vibrants colours, better animation capture in the real Bravia ad.I could see anti-aliasing in the cryengine2, balls that disppeared (there is a green one that just vanishes [saw it the first time]), and collisions that don't quite react the same way a normal ball would. The chicken leaves a motion blur trail that is unrealistically long. The only time I can't tell if somethings computer or not is if the scene plays out motion that is almost too fast for the eye to follow.
wow, nice engine, it wud be quite interesting to see if rockstar could implement this engine into GTA =], may enhance the realism in GTA =]
they will probaly never get anything to look like a real human
the reality one looks all distorted you can see all kinds of jaggies maybe they dont have aa. Hopefully they can fix reality before it is released.
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