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The Next-Gen Secret: Crytek Talks Between The Lines

VideoGamer.com writes: For a company like Crytek, the necessity to stay silent over future technology must be unbearable. This is, after all, a developer that has invested significantly in forward-looking tech, whose business model involves selling an engine to partners looking to power their own next-generation titles, and who has taken it upon itself to constantly push the boundaries of what's technically achievable.

Being forced to comply with the next-gen gag, then, is tough for Crytek. And sometimes, keeping quiet can prove just a little bit too difficult.

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NastyLeftHook01237d ago

its not a secret, in 12 days a supernova will go boom.

Arai1236d ago (Edited 1236d ago )

11 days now :)
What I don't understand is why Sony doesn't send out emails to all email addresses that are registered to SEN/PSN.
It would be a cheap method of advertising and raise a lot more awareness.
Seems like a win/win situation for both Sony as well as gamers.

KrisButtar1236d ago

I got an email talking about feb 20th from Sony, and a link to the playstation blog trailer for the 20th. I think a lot of people got emails

LOOK_AT_THIS_I1236d ago

Think he probably meant on the psn message box. I've got maybe 4-5 total and have had a ps3 since nov 06. It's odd they don't send out the psn store update list or special promos on that. (13 for 13) etc.... Too many people have no clue what all is offered or are confused because there is no talk, no advertising for most things except mainstream items.

I don't need twenty messages a week from them but a pop up message on the screen on Monday letting you know what's coming to the psn store/new releases/sales would do them good to get info out to more people who don't frequent sites like this or live in their emails. (I check mine 1-2 times a week). Casuals don't investigate things on their own very often.