Quantic Dream just opened a brand new website, and its full of content that fans of the french studio won’t want to miss, on top of a completely revamped look.
Loved the demo. Hopefully it turn into a final product.
This and Kara demo deserves a full game but i really loved the humor in this demo too. It was well done.
Can't believe they didn't capitalize on that Kara demo. What a work of art. Imagine a full fledged game with PS4 hardware.
Agreed, it was a hilarious tech demo. I'd love to see this become a final product and contains a strong sense of humor which I find in very few games these days.
Yeah, that's some quality stuff, can't wait to see ehat they've been working on since Beyond:Two Souls.
Will prob only see something from them mid 2016 if we're lucky...
Impressive to say the least!
Really impressive engine being displayed here. I can't wait to see whats actually in store for the final ps4 title, I'd love to see a game similar to the kara tech demo. That was really cool!
I hate QD, they make these tech demos, which are amazing, yet you're never getting from them!!!!!!!!!!!! I want this and the Kara game in my console. but we'll get something totally different :(.
Really impressive tech demo. They should make this a game as well as the Kara demo. Also wasn't expecting to see Cole from the Martin show playing the goblin. Would definitely be interesting to see him play that role in more than just a short tech demo.
I saw this demo at e3 just before PS4 was released In 2013. The demo guy actually moved around the entire environment and then zoomed all the way into the Sorcerer's eyeball. He said QD scanning is so accurate that it can pick up with 10 micrometers of accuracy. It captures the pores on his cheek and veins in his eyeballs. My jaw hit the ground. I think he said the goblin character was 68,000 polygons. Also he demonstrated like 50 copies of him each doing a different animation..each with dynamic cloth. One of the goblins on screen was doing pushups and his pendant realistically hit the floor while parts of his clothing folded up and down with gravity. It was the most impressive real time demonstration I have ever witnessed. On top of all that he mentioned that the engine was built in six months using Beyond Two Souls tech.
Thanks for sharing your experience. Quantic Dreams always impresses.
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