Thiago Costa has created a physics based demonstrations with Softimage's ICE platform which can only be described as insane. This is probably not real-time, but we are wondering what it would be like to have this level of physics and particle effects in games.
Softimage, is a high-end 3D computer graphics application owned by Autodesk for producing 3D computer graphics, 3D modeling, and computer animation. The software is predominantly used in the film, video game and advertising industries for creating computer generated characters, objects, and environments.
Alien Swarm is a game and Source SDK release from a group of talented designers at Valve who were hired from the Mod community.
Additionally, Ubisoft is running its own sale on its official PC store, marking down titles from 20% to 67%. Stand-outs include both Assassin's Creed titles for $$30 ($10 less than Impulse) and a Splinter Cell: Conviction bundle including DLC bonuses for $49.99.
Over at Direct2Drive, gamers can snag Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 along with both DLC map packs and a free copy of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for $89.95.
Rightly or wrongly, many people have a picture in their minds of the average online gamer, and it probably involves someone not yet old enough to vote, huddled in their parents’ basement killing dwarves with mystic powers in games like World of Warcraft. A growing category of what are called “social games,” however, appeals to a much different demographic, according to a recent study.
If you want an excuse to stay inside and play games all summer, this just be it. This is just not your average one or two game sale, there are literally hundreds of games on sale. And some of them are 85% off. Good job again Steam on making at least some games affordable :) Be sure to check out the madness at Steam: http://store.steampo...
In celebration of Steam opening pre-orders for Fallout: New Vegas PC and the assorted in-game bonuses thereof, the digital distribution outlet has kicked off its usual weekend promotional by marking down several other titles from publisher Bethesda.
Once again, the weekend is upon us, meaning that, once again, various digital distribution outlets have discounted some downloadable PC and Mac games.
"While some gamers have turned away from the PC due to prohibitive pricing and loathsome DRM, a band of amateur "modders" have kept the community vibrant.
An investigation by Mark Brown
Radiator opens on a gay couple having an awkward date under the stars. It's certainly not the most conventional opener to a computer game, to say the least.
Millions of people who have been prodding away at their Nintendo DS portable consoles, smug in the knowledge that they are giving their brains a proper work-out, might have to rethink how they are going to stop the contents of their skulls turning into mush.
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