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Submitted by john2 864d ago | news

NeoAxis showcase the latest version of NeoAxis Engine; HDR, Depth of Field and God Rays supported

DSOGaming writes: "NeoAxis have released a new video that showcases the changes that have been made to their in-house game engine, the NeoAxis Engine. NeoAxis Engine 1.2 – that is currently available for download from its official website – supports HDR, Depth of Field and God Rays." (NeoAxis, PC)

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chukamachine  +   864d ago
Looks old by todays standards tbh.

Water looks wrong.
FACTUAL evidence  +   863d ago
This engine would be nice for an Rpg though.
MiamiACR21  +   863d ago
I agree with you Chukamachine, the tree's and foliage are especially dated. Although I also agree with FACTUAL, this would look beautiful in an RPG based game.
RyuDrinksTheDew  +   863d ago
decent looking engine, wonder what how big of environments it can render.

could be a good alternative for a developer if they cant afford to license UE3 or CE3.
xAlmostPro  +   863d ago
Would be a decent engine for say monster hunter on the Vita/3DS. A maybe slightly more optimized version anyway

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