Quantic Dream is working on one or more PS4 exclusives in collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, and those games are going to take advantage of a hell of a performance capture equipment.
Is Quantic Dream the makers of Heavy Rain? I don't use google.
Yes, they are.
Nice! thank! I like Heavy Rain, pretty interested in this new project.
Yes, you could have used another search engine to figure that out btw. Information about the gaming industry isn't exclusive to google.
How did you find N4G if you don't use Google? http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/...
Yahoo? MSN search? Word of mouth?....... seriously doubt those are the cases, but just figured I would throw out past viable options.
It's worth noting that all of their games always end up looking much better than their tech demos. Whatever they're working on, which I heard are two games, will look even better than The Dark Sorcerer tech demo. It's safe to assume it'll be the best looking game ever made, up there with Uncharted 4 and The Order: 1886.
Better than star citizen?
Better than Star Citizen 2. whoop whoop
Star citizen takes place on a way larger scale, the answer to that question is no, not better. Quantic Dream always loves to make linear on the rails type of games.
Yes, better than Star Citizen. I still don't get the hype around Star Citizen's graphics. There are much better looking games out there, especially on PC. I know the Alpha is no indication of final release, but I'm in the Alpha, if that carries any weight.
WeAreLegion - "There are much better looking games out there, especially on PC." Star Citizen has a near 54 million dollar budget, it's CryEngine 3 based and it's Constellation commercial was real time using improved assets. http://www.dsogaming.com/vi... HD resolution of the commercial, for which you can see is realtime. (using CryEngine 3) http://www.gamersyde.com/do... name one game on PC that looks better that isn't CryEngine 3 based.
I Hope they will announce their game at VGX :)
Less talk, more showing.
It's a job ad, no talking took place at all.
Good looking no question, if they use controls from Beyond 2 Souls, not interested. I liked Heavy Rain but don't like this developer's control schemes, hope they change to the norm.
That's part of the charm of those games. They don't work with normal control setups.
I am only interested in seeing what the actual gameplay will consist of, they are talented devs.
I loved Heavy Rain but i just wished there was more in terms of gameplay.
What, specifically, would you like to see in addition to what was already there?
idk just more for the user to do,kinda felt like i was being guided sometimes even with the decision system.. I dont know how to explain it better sorry.
Fair enough. Sounds like a certain something was just missing for you. I guess even the best games aren't loved by everyone - I've even seen a couple on N4G who dislike TLOU! :/
It a choice-driven adventure game. Sounds like those aren't really your kind of thing in terms of gameplay. We have tons of active action games, and I don't see why a more enclosed control system is necessarily a bad thing?
woot woot i bet they are going to deliver something special for PS4.
QD make some of the best looking games
Mind blowing I reckon.
I've seen three articles today from Dualshockers based on job ads only. Two of them are "potentially" about an unannounced game which we know nothing about. If this isn't the definition of "slow news day" I don't know what is.
I've said it once, I've said it twice and I'll say it again. Kara tech demo needs to be turned into a game. It has so much potential.
With what they did on ps3 the mind boggles with what they will do with ps4, facial and body movement will be amazing looking
Please have good writing. Will look amazing if The Dark Sorcerer tech demo is anything to go by.
I hope to see Quantic Dream back on form. Heavy rain was awesome. Beyond wasn't as well received. Hoping they will knock it out the park this time.
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