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Yeah i agree with soriku.

About the video of the fireball i think that it is to show that the game is alive (like that objects do something even if youre not there.

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does someone knows what engine this game uses, Crystal Tools, it is because like time ago they said SE licensed the engine of fallout i think, so maybe they will use for this.

but well its a FF i think they will use Crystal Tools

It's probably not using the Crystal Tools. It started a long time ago and they said they were porting over the Crystal Tools at GDC 2008 so it's probably too late.

They already said it's running on its own engine.

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wow that last vid was weird!

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Can anybody register and post the additional information here??

Oh thank you claude that is cool

Very strange videos. Makes you wonder if they want the game to succeed?
The trailer is really cool though.

And the crystal is halfway full once again.

"Pier was a chef, a gifted and respected chef who made millions selling his dishes to the residents of New York City and Boston, he even had a famous jingle playing in those cities that everyone knew by heart. He also had a restaurant in Los Angeles, but not expecting LA to have such a massive population he only used his name on that restaurant and left it to his least capable and cheapest chefs. While his New York restaurant sold kobe beef for $100 and his Boston restaurant sold lobster for $50, his LA restaurant sold cheap hotdogs for $30. Initially these hot dogs sold fairly well because residents of los angeles were starving for good food and hoped that the famous name would denote a high quality, but most were disappointed with what they ate. Seeing the success of his cheap hot dogs in LA, Pier thought "why bother giving Los Angeles quality meats when I can oversell them on cheap hotdogs forever, and since I don't care about the product anyways, why bother advertising them? So Pier continued to only sell cheap hotdogs in LA and was surprised to see that they no longer sold. Pier's conclusion? Residents of Los Angeles don't like food."

"The so-called "hardcore" gamer is a marketing brainwashed, innovation shunting, self-righteous idiot who pays videogame makers far too much money than what is delivered."

yep 56 percent down 44 to go.