Epic Games has revealed that Sony's Sorcery and Kinect Adventures are both using Unreal Engine 3.
... slow news day, maybe?
can someone copy/paste text, i dont want to register to read articles
i dont want to register to read articles There, your text was copied and pasted successfully. Anything else? A shoe shine, perhaps? Don't be so lazy...
Lol I'll wait for diablo 3, ue3 is for fails. Unless your company says your Epic
Oh boy... Now PS3 fanboys are going to bash Sorcery because it uses Unreal Engine 3.
I swear I want to be excited for Sorcery but it looks too much like a Harry Potter game for me. Hopefully the game play ends up being great. Then I can just buy it for the kid and act like I don't want to play it.
Dang! Why all the hate for Sorcery.
Wii but isn't. Very excited for Sorcery for me and all the kids. PBR
People are disagreeing with you because you're knocking Harry Potter. I'm waiting for Move and voice-recognition via PSEye integration into a future Harry Potter game; using both "wand" gestures are verbally saying the spell you wish to cast, just like it is important in the HP universe for wizards to use the two correctly in tandem. Throw in Move-orb light changing colour/pulse as you use spells in-game and 1 to 1 PSEye-Move tracking for targeting and moving levitated objects, and you've got a game that uniquely showcases all of the attributes of the PSEye + Move functionality.
LOL, if you knock harry potter you get the same amount of disagrees as when you knock a sony product? Some nice age-group stereotyping can be extrapolated from that. ;)
Sorcery looks pretty cool. One of the many reasons to buy move!
Gears of War Kinect CONFIRMED! edit: Wow, look at all the disagrees. When did people on N4G loose their sense of humour?
Don't hold your breath.
I agree. I've always found it easier to breathe into a bag and hold that. It keeps your breath from slipping between your fingers.
Ok you will loose on your firefights when trying to throw a grenade on the game... The easy push of a button against the movement with your arm while taking your hand of the controller... Plus the lag and delay that it has make a perfect combination of how not to play a shooter...lol
Oh, you were trying to be funny?
Hahaha, Kinect can't detect triggers by fingers. Mebay voice like pew,pew,pew :):):):) It's a idea right ;) ----------------------------- ------------------------------ - ----------------- Accoording those disagree clikers, kinect can detect fingers right? It's so damn difficult with many child fanboys here. That pew,pew,pew was just a joke, look at the smily for godsake. Stupid kids with no sign of humor.
man why r there so many bad jokes in this news post?
oh i love sorcery game,can't w8 to see more. Sorcery gonna be so fun to play :)
I wish Sorcery used a proprietary engine instead. Day one buy anyway...
Yes, because delays and increased costs are always twice the fun!
What? No ones gonna bash Sorcery for using the Unreal 3 Engine? I mean, Conviction got bashed for that sole reason. So did tons of other games.
I can, somewhat, understand a dev using an engine like that provided their doing it to focus on the gameplay (learning the ins and outs of motion control). For some of them, it's very new.
Another new account eh? You're working overtime!
>gets banned >chills irl a few days >vacation times over >makes new account >working overtime??? @canadian >thinks i troll because i love pc gaming Cry more, noob.
Non stop trolling Getting banned New account Non stop trolling again Rinse & repeat and that basically sums up your life.
BECOZ TEH PS3 ROOOLZ. playb3yond!
you are comparing Sorcery, a motion controller launch game to a super hyped SC:C game that left everyone wanting more =P yes, PS3 uses Unreal Engine for its Motion controls, 360 uses it for its best exclusives *laughs* =P you are comparing conviction to sorcery?! xD you sad sad thing - AK46 - XACTLY
Who bashed it? It uses modified UE2.5, not UE3. Conviction is a good game, but people mostly bashed it because they say it's different from the others. /shrug
But Sorcery is on a peripheral gizmo when the other games you mentioned are actually on the 360, big difference.
Always interesting to see what can be done with the Unreal Engine.
It's flexibility does lead to it being used for a lot of prototyping. It's good to see.
...that Sorcery games is gonna be whack.it's using the Unreal Engine...how can they...lol
Sorcery looks pretty good. Good implementation of Unreal Engine 3
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