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Submitted by CranberryPub 1754d ago | news

Blur 'similar' on every platform says Bizarre Creations

Bizarre Creations' Gareth Wilson had confirmed to GamerZines' that players won't notice any differences between the console and PC versions of Blur, but underneath the game's hood it's a different story:

"Although each version of game will appear similar to players, the code is very different underneath. For example the audio engine in Blur is completely different on Xbox, PS3 and PC - we have to write the engine in a way that maximizes the use of the hardware on each platform."

"That said, it has always been our aim to provide a similar experience on each platform and why we design the game across all platforms at the same time," explained Blur's co-lead designer. (Blur, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

kevin360uk  +   1754d ago
the game should be fun for a while, but its pretty much an already done concept just with cars. was hoping for something a bit more adventurous from BC considering they admitted getting bored of doing PGR

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