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Unity 5 revealed, includes improved lighting, audio

Unity Technologies has unveiled the next iteration of its increasingly ubiquitous cross-platform game engine, appropriately dubbed "Unity 5." Described as a "massive update," Unity 5 features a "completely overhauled audio system," physical shaders and enhanced real-time lighting. Additionally,...

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Seen@QuakeCon 2013: Carmack explains ambient occlusion

See? Simple....

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The DS Life: Lights, Camera, Strobist!

The DS Life is a weekly feature in which we scour the known world for narrative images of Nintendo's handheld and handheld gamers. If you have a photo and a story to match it with, send both to thedslife at dsfanboy dot com. It's easy to tell the work of an amateur photographer from a practiced...

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Why you want Vice City Stories: the interview

Ever since the official trailer for Vice City Stories dropped on us, Rockstar has been very actively hyping this PSP-exclusive follow-up to the insanely successful Liberty City Stories. (Of course Rockstar doesn't have much of a choice: this game may be the only thing that saves the company from...

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SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo comparison shots [Update 1]

The sequel to Fireteam Bravo is coming out in a few months. Simply glancing at the trailer may lead you to believe that the game will be identical to the first, but the SOCOMBLOG has found some brilliant comparison shots of shared maps between the two games. Looking at them side to side, you can...

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Death Jr. 2 to feature HDR lighting?!

Death Jr. was the first PSP game to be publically shown, and it wowed a whole lot of people with its technical prowess. If a new interview at QJ.net is to be believed, it appears that we'll be wowed again. Chris Carla commented: Well, we used Renderware on our first game on PSP, and it wasn't...

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Technology advances in lighting promise more realism

Geometric algebra, an up-and-coming field of mathematics, has found its way into video games thanks to Geomerics, a British startup. Although the company has yet to release details of their products, they've recently published some information on technology advances made possible by geometric...

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