Andriasang: A short followup on our report from earlier today about Final Fantasy Versus XIII and its use of Square Enix's next generation "Luminous Engine" toolkit.
versus looked amazing before, i cant wait to see it with the lighting upgrade.
Same, but if Square can't make up their minds on what to work on and not waste time with sequels to bad games, I'm afraid FF V13 might not see the light of day.
It's nice to see so much FFvsXIII news being released, after so long without any.
now now Pozzle, change your avatar back to noctis coz this game is going to be waaay better than Uncharted 3!
wow alot of people disagreed lol. probably cuz the name is FF related and the haters dont understand how amazing Versus is going to be.
No Tanir, its probably because Uncharted is a great franchise. I'm looking forward to VS, but claiming that its going to be better than UC3 is a bit premature.
Haha, I'm a little freaked out you remember my old avatar. I changed it ages ago. :D
Agree!! :) Versus is based on Mother*****ing Advent Children!!xD
Getting a bit late in the day for the odd tech detail here and there (while still interesting) it's time they give out some actual information on the game.
easier to port would be my guess
they use the luminous just for the lighting, a small part of the game...
Small, but effective.
There is plenty of info on the game, but you have to dig for it lol. As long as it stays exclusive it'll be awesome. I would hate to have content cut from this game just because it went multi
They are only using the Lightning technology.
Maybe because it's optimized purely for PS3 use?
To astound the world and to preview what the next gen is capable. Versus is like IX,XII and Type-0 where they're gonna get released by the end of their console's lifetime. And they're all beautiful in their time. XD
@darkfreeze I know what you mean. I had a PS3 before I owned FFXII.
You know I agree with this notion, and I predict the same for GTA:V
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