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10-15 More Years, And Games Might Actually Look Like This

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Silicon Studio from Japan are, as you might recall, known for working on the Bravely Default series, and for their rather incredible next-gen engine, which they demoed with a short clip back in April. Now, they're back, with their tech looking better than ever.

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The premise seems to be the same as in the last video, with the cute orange waddling robot trying to put together an old camera in a museum. And of course, the demo itself is real-time—not that we'll see this level of detail in games anytime soon, mind you.

If the little guy is supposed to be the museum's caretaker, it's doing a pretty good job.

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Rendering Engine Mizuchi Tech Demo – "Museum" [Silicon Studio@YouTube]

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justwatching2k12
JustWatching2k12

I've never been a fan of hyper-realism. I've found that game devs that choose to stick to a specific art-style tend to focus on better gameplay.