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Submitted by randomlyrossy 799d ago | news

Bugbear Entertainment tease new game

ugbear Entertainment, the studio behind the Flatout series and most recently Ridge Racer Unbounded, have released a teaser video for a new game they are working on. Tentatively titled "Next Car Game" they promise "This time we're going back to our roots - just like all of our fans have been asking us to do!"

The footage shows off a destruction derby type scenario, with cars crashing into each other from all angles, debris flying everywhere. It's certainly an impressive demo, one which Bugbear claims is "It's all in-game, real-time footage running on normal hardware."

You can head to NextCarGame.com to sign up for a newsletter and keep up to date on what Bugbear are working on. (Bugbear Entertainment, Dev, Industry)

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ShugaCane  +   799d ago
Wow that would be awesome if they come up with a Destruction Derby-like game. I had sooo much fun with these games.
blue_flowers  +   799d ago
looks fun
RedSoakedSponge  +   798d ago
YES!! this looks awesome! doesnt look next gen though. i really hope to see a next gen destruction derby type game. just imagine how a game like that could look with the power of a next gen console behind it! *drools*
Mikeockizard  +   798d ago
Meh, I was really expecting some improvements over their last 3 games. Their physics engine was ok last gen, but now it looks really dated. The cars are still indestructible boxes with a few parts that fall off.

I was really hoping they would make a next gen game that utilized something like BeamNG's CryEngine 3 soft body physics. Check out some videos and see how dated it makes this video look: http://www.youtube.com/watc...

Also, PC games like Rigs of Rods have been out for years and are light years ahead of the physics shown in this video. I like Bugbear, but their physics have gone from ahead of the competition to well behind, and physics are the most important aspect of their style of crash focused games.

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