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take a look at this custom 3d modeled city enviroment, short film story, achieved w CryEngine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcbjWKJm2s0
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reminds me of when you inject shaders into a game from the mid 00s. reflections and post-processing effects look amazing, but everything else still remains looking pretty ancient.
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>>625293

Such a great engine, yet nobody uses it to create third person games because it's harder to create a blendspace than a full game in unreal.
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>>625293
nice PS1 cutscene
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>>625333
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8viSyKzyXmM
These are typical PS1 ingame cutscenes
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>>625337
my point exactly
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If you made this OP please take this advice.
Stop showing the same scene over and over again with different camera angles.
I didnt listen with sound but it felt like the rocket launch part took forever.

It's alright for what it is but it drags on way to much.
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>>625333
*chokes*
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>>625293
REPEAT THAT SHOT ONE MORE FUCKING TIME!!!!!!!!

I DARE YOU!!!!!!!
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>>625337
He was referring to FMV.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfWzVdPwBpY

Honestly I don't think he's far wrong. It really does look like mid 90's video game FMV.
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>>625293
is this a second life music video
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>>626159
I love the style of that era.




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