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11.05.2013 @ 15:33
Sirnaq said:It does? I prefer new lighting. ›››
Yes, it does.
10.02.2013 @ 22:26
Costin Moroianu said:Meanwhile CDPR spent in total 10.5 million on TW2 + EE. Now of course since they doubled the team and are making a bigger game with more voice acting required it might just very well reach over 20 million for TW3 in terms of development costs, perhaps even 25 million.
You are forgetting that developing a game in Poland is much cheaper than in the USA. I'm pulling numbers out of my ass, but I wouldn't be surprised if that with the man hours put into the W2 had it been developed by an american company, that 10 million might be double or even triple.
10.02.2013 @ 15:03
secondchildren said:Afaik, Bioware acquired both Black Isle and Interplay. Icewind dale is sort of "sequel" (bad word I know) of BG series (if I'm not mistaken, DnD 3.0 system). ›››
What? Black Isle, rpg branch of Interplay, published all Bioware's Infinity-engine games. Black Isle personally developed Icewind Dale 1&2 and Torment. Only thing Bioware had part in Black Isle's game development was that the Infinyt Engine was made by Bioware and later used by Black Isle.
10.02.2013 @ 03:11Wii U might have powerful GPU compared the current generation of consoles. Compared to the upcoming PS and Box it will be shit. I mean the chip is already 5 years old and a very lower end version of it. Xenos, the 360 chip, was a completely new and which the then upcoming Radeon R600 chips were based on. Think about the difference, one using upcoming tech, the other five years old. Wii U will be in the exactly same spot as Wii is now compared to it's rivals, maybe even worse since the cpu will be this time even more behind it's rivals since.
10.02.2013 @ 00:08
Chromie92 said:So not actually being the next generation isn't enough anymore? ›››
It has a GPU equivalent of a lower end Radeon from 2008. CPU is even much much worse case. Wii had the same CPU as Gamecube, only overclocked. Wii U is still based on the same thing, altough it has much higher clockspeed and is triple-core. Still, it's actually behind both Xbox and PS3, TECH FROM 2005.