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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by RyansTitans, Mar 29, 2007.
I think it might (on the proper hardware naturally), it looks very much like a tech demonstration.
I wouldn't think so with a game so expansive at GTA.
Apparently the whole trailer was in-game.
"It's great to hear that everything shown in the trailer, according to Rockstar reps, is all in-game as well."
so was Killzone 2.
Despite of everything that has been said about Killzone, we haven't seen anything from that game since the E3 trailer. So I'll give them the benefit of the doubt until I actually see some game play. Granted, it is very unlikely that it will be exactly as the trailer, but I wouldn't mind if it gets pretty close.
As for the GTA trailer, I didn't think it was that much impressive as to say that it's impossible to see it in-game.
They actually have a point...
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I think they admitted it Killzone wasn't ingame.
As for as the graphics, the scope of GTA 4 is what makes me skeptical about it.
Sure, but you have to consider the hardware. San Andreas wasn't a flawless game by any means, but for a game so big running on inferior hardware, it had beautiful visuals.
I would expect a considerable improvement on the hardware the game is currently being built on.
I can't see it in the pic, but I hope it is true.......
Well, Oblivion on full settings is not far from what you see in that trailer.