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Will TT Engine be capable to render photorealistic graphic?

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I'm worried that the TT Engine will not be able to deliver high-end graphic that fully respect the high visual standard that the Jurassic Park brand needs. The movie was a milestone about this, but will the TT graphic engine be capable to render lights effects, enough polygons and detailed textures that the project needs?
When JP will be out, another game will be realeased and, although it's a different genre, it will set the graphic standard: i'm talking of Crysis 2.
How will it compare to JP?

The last photorealistic game TT did was CSI: Hard Evidence and although it has clean and nice graphic, it cannot compete with nowadays standards:

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One of the two is Crysis 2... ;)

Of course all I've said is completely unnuseful if the plan is to release JP for Wii given its old hardware and its crappy and anachronistic 40mb limit...
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  • Marketing a title called "Day of the Tentacle 2" would be a whole lot easier / more effective than with "Maniac Mansion 3".
  • jp-30;324833 said:
    Marketing a title called "Day of the Tentacle 2" would be a whole lot easier / more effective than with "Maniac Mansion 3".
    Oh, numbers in the title are bad. People don't like sequels. I'd say keep the brand name "Maniac Mansion", but add another title for each game: "Day of the Tentacle", etc. Sort of what they did with "Star Wars". But I don't want them to make a new game before they make special editons of the first two and introduce them to the younger audience.
  • Spadge;324843 said:
    Oh, numbers in the title are bad. People don't like sequels.
    Hollywood would tend to disagree. And the gaming community for that matter.

    Though I see your point with this many years between DOTT and a potential new game. Still, if there was a DOTT Special Edition first, that would work in the favour of a new game in that franchise.
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    Spadge;324843 said:
    Oh, numbers in the title are bad.
    That's what Hollywood seems to think... I prefer numbers in the title to the alternatives however. Consider:
    • Rambo (the fourth Rambo film)
    • Rocky Balboa (the sixth Rocky film)
    • Fast & Furious (a sequel to The Fast and the Furious)
    • The Final Destination (a sequel to Final Destination)
    • Life Free or Die Hard (fourth Die Hard movie)
    • Alien/Aliens and Predator/Predators
    That shit gets confusing! Bring back the numbers I say.
  • I still think "Live Free or Die Hard" is a hilarious title, especially since the movie had nothing to do with New Hampshire. (New Hampshire's state motto is "Live Free or Die" for the six billion of you who had no idea that each state in the US has its own motto.)
  • Lena_P;324874 said:
    I still think "Live Free or Die Hard" is a hilarious title, especially since the movie had nothing to do with New Hampshire. (New Hampshire's state motto is "Live Free or Die" for the six billion of you who had no idea that each state in the US has its own motto.)
    Yep, Illinois is Grow corn, and commit crime.
  • Err....there was never a Predators plural movie title. Ever.
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    MusicallyInspired;325396 said:
    Err....there was never a Predators plural movie title. Ever.
    Not yet, but there will be.
  • .......

    *facepalm*

    EDIT: Laurence Fishburne is involved in this???
  • i hope the visuals are Jurassic Park qualified and Jurassic Park deserves Halo reach graphics x100
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