Ook Gamespy heeft nieuws van de E3 beurs. Over Unreal Tourmanent:
I was lucky enough to get a detailed backroom demo from CliffyB, along with a bunch of guys, and it's definitely a contender in the upcoming "multiplayer wars". Unreal Tourney is looking near-complete, with a ton of very cool maps, several interesting styles of gameplay, and a newbie trainer that was surprisingly interesting even for the grizzled multiplayer veterans in the room. I was impressed by their dedication to training new players, and their bot AI is second to none. I can't wait to do my full preview of this game. [break]Deus Ex:[/break] Deus Ex promises to be one hell of an RPG. Boasting Unreal-engine graphics and full voice dialogue, it's more of an interactive movie than any of that FMV fad ever was. They've got a detailed character system which allows for a ton of variety (and replayability), and a cool method of inventory. A lot of the problems that plagued Unreal (low framerate, long level loads) have been fixed up, and the RPG fits surprisingly well into this first-person-shooter engine. Look for Deus Ex in mid-winter. [break]En Heavy Metal: FAKK2:[/break] Man...if you thought Q3Test was pretty looking, Ritual entertainment's next offering is going to blow you away. Featuring specular lighting, the most realistic chrome and metal effects I've seen yet, multiple levels of detail (which leads to higher poly models), moveable curved surfaces, and a whole bunch of other effects, this game looks set to kick some serious ass. I wasn't sure what to expect from this showing, but the presentation the Ritual team gave me has me convinced this is going to be a triple-A title.
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