Ikinema And Square Enix Announce Licensing Agreement

Square Enix has announced that they will incorporate IKinema RunTime full-body IK solver middleware into future game titles. The two companies have reached an licensing agreement which will benefit both companies greatly.

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AizenSosuke2627d ago

Ok that's cool and I can't wait:)

Sciurus_vulgaris2627d ago (Edited 2627d ago )

What does Scalebound have to do with this article? Why is it in the tumbnail?

headblackman2627d ago (Edited 2627d ago )


welcome to n4g sir. this how it goes down alot here. it keeps the viewers fighting and clicking.

Sciurus_vulgaris2627d ago

I once saw a Directx 12 article for Wii U on this site get

denisx042627d ago

Scalebound used the Ikinema technology.

Sciurus_vulgaris2627d ago (Edited 2627d ago )

You are right but the article is not about Scalebound. So I don't see why it's image should be used to promote the article, why not Final Fantasy or Nier: Automata instead.

denisx042627d ago (Edited 2627d ago )

Well most people aren't familiar with what Ikinema is or what it does, adding a clear example of where it was used ( the scalebound image ) gives people an idea on how it works and what it is. That's just my 2 cents and opinion really, but I understand you have your opinions and I do respect that but a Nier or Final Fantasy image would not be appropriate because they have NOTHING to do with Ikinema at the moment. Sure you can expect Ikinema in future Final Fantasy games but they're not there now and didn't want to give readers the wrong idea.

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ChronicPsycho2627d ago

Great news.
Couldn't care less about scalebound and that dante wannabe though.

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OpieWinston2627d ago

All I needed to hear. Scalebound. Brings back the Skyrim hype I felt. Dragons in a AAA game with a solid dev can do that.