Shin’en on the Practical Use of Adaptive Tessellation, Upcoming Games

Iran White writes:

'It has been rumored that Shin’en may be working on a sequel to Fast Racing League, and they have stated in the past that they will be using tessellation in their next game. When HDWarriors.com asked about this, and how resource heavy the feature might be, Manfred Linzner gave us a realistic outlook for use of the feature for games in general. He also informed us that Shin'en in fact, has two Wii U games in development.'

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PigPen4011d ago

Shin'en will become a Wii U star for the eshop and console. Nintendo should buy them.

Venoxn4g4011d ago

I love Shinen, they made many good games and all of them are with good gameplay and they are pushing graphics on each console :)

Art of balance, Nano assault series, Jett rocket and others are really good games from them...

WiiUsauce4011d ago

yeah, I buy anything with their name on it.


Fast RMX Dev Shin'en Multimedia Teases Switch Announcement To Be Shared Tomorrow

Shin'en Multimedia, the developer behind Nintendo Switch launch title Fast RMX, has teased an upcoming announcement for the console.

thesoftware7302065d ago

Wow cant wait! hope its something different than a racer.

darthv722065d ago

Love for them to make a new shmup in the vein of iridion or nanostray

Copat2065d ago

I just hope it's regarding a physical copy!

EddieNX 2065d ago

I love the amount of effort these guys put into their games.

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Another video – FAST Racing Neo multiplayer footage

Multiplayer footage of Fast Racing Neo.

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Locknuts3186d ago

Holy crap how do they keep that at 60fps in split screen.

Nevers0ft3186d ago

Shin'en have always produced technically impressive games and it looks like they're keep up with that tradition here. Hopefully it plays as good as it looks... I think many of us need to scratch that F-Zero or Wipeout itch.

wonderfulmonkeyman3186d ago

Third parties could learn a lot about developing great Wii U games from Shin-En.

Nevers0ft3185d ago (Edited 3185d ago )

It comes from a desire to hammer the hardware until it bleeds. Shin'en are ex demo-sceners from the Amiga and PC who went under the name Abyss: http://www.the-leaders-of-t... - similar to how some of the founders at DICE were members of The Silents, another Amiga demo group from the 80/90s: http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...

It's in their DNA to push the hardware as hard as they can :)

Munnkyman3186d ago

Nintendo should really let them develop a game for them


Interview with Shin'en about How FAST Racing Neo Came Together

NWR:"In this interview, Daan has a chat with Martin Sauter from Shin'en. The team has brought various games to Nintendo systems and they are currently polishing FAST Racing Neo to perfect shine. The interview talks about the decision to make the sequel, the variety of content and the options that are available to the players.''

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