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  • Agni’s Philosophy tech videos demonstrate character tweaking

    A couple new videos for Agni’s Philosophy, Square’s Luminous engine tech demo, have popped up. The videos show various changes being implemented to the characters’ appearances. Square Enix first demonstrated the tech at an after-hours E3 2012 event. Have a watch below via AGB. Thanks, manamana.

  • Crysis 3 CryEngine tech demo is fabulously lovely

    Crysis 3 is looking remarkably sweet thanks to the advances Crytek has made with CryEngine 3. Don’t take my word for it; the video through the break goes into detal on some of the graphical highlights of the new tech.

  • New nVidia tech demo revisits Dawn the fairy

    Ten years on from the release of the original Dawn tech demo, nVidia has released a follow up called A New Dawn, featuring the same winged fairy but with all the power of a decade of graphics development behind it. You can download the tech demo here, but be warned, it’s an 800MB executable and […]

  • Luminous Engine demo shots are drop dead gorgeous

    During E3, Square Enix showed off a real-time demo of its Luminous Engine and we’ve got some high resolution shots for you posted below. You can watch the demo, which was posted last night, through here. Try not to drool overly much.

  • Watch the Nintendo Wii U tech demo

    Nintendo didn’t announce any games for Wii U during their recently concluded press conference, however they did present you with a tech demo outlining the power within the new console. The demo looks beautiful and has some nice Japanese music. Watch it after the break.

  • Trinigy shows off real-time NGP tech demo

    Developer Trinigy has released a one-minute video demoing its Vision game engine for NGP.

  • Avatar Kinect tech demo shows facial mesh in action

    Kotaku has obtained a video demonstrating how Avatar Kinect models the user’s face in order to create an expressive, speaking animation. Check it out through the break.

  • Milo: It's "enormously contentious" to "do a game about a boy", says Molyneux

    Peter Molyneux has said at this point, Milo is not thought of as a “release” project and furthermore, it’s “contentious” of Lionhead to do a game about a boy in the first place.

  • Microsoft's Greenberg: Milo "absolutely" still in development

    Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg has confirmed that Milo & Kate is still in development and is merely a product not slated for release this Holiday, despite earlier reports claiming the Kinect title would never ship.