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Olivier Offline




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Posted: Dec. 21 2000, 11:23

The Sonic VR website has been updated and contains new pictures, 9 Real Video  movies with music, and 2 VRML files. Epsiode 1 will be released during the first quarter of 2001 and will run on Windows computers with OpenGL graphic card.
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Posted: Dec. 21 2000, 15:43

Oh this thing is gonna rock! !! i can't wait to see it! Horses2 video is awesome. YEAH!

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Posted: Dec. 22 2000, 01:57

Just from what we've seen so far of this, I agree this is gonna be excellent! Although I think the video clips are just too short (I want them to continue with the rest!! So this is what a teaser does to a person), from just this I can barely wait! An explorable world accompanied by the music of Mike Oldfield. If this isn't a unique thing that no one has dared to try, I have no idea what else could be!!

My only worry is that my graphics card might not be powerful enough to support it...but if it supports Unreal I'm hopeing it'll do the same for this, too.

Keep it up! So far, I expect to be impressed (I'm impressed already by the clips...this gives you an idea of what I'm going to feel when the whole thing comes out!) I'm gonna love this!
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Posted: Dec. 28 2000, 15:30

That seagul movie really reminded me of the videoclip of "The Wind Chimes part II". There was a bird too, and I thought that was really awesome!! smile

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Posted: Dec. 28 2000, 20:07

It's great. I'm looking forward to the full deal.

Has anyone found out if its a cursor or not in the seagull video?

-Tim-
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Posted: Dec. 31 2000, 11:31

Seems to be a crosshair cursor, Tim.

Well, personally, I'm not at all blown away by those movies. The visuals are far away from being stunning; the worlds look pretty void, with repeating textures everywhere.

If you want to see the most advanced, cutting-edge realtime 3D graphics, check out realMYST.
Just look at this gorgeous in-game screenshot.

Here's a review.

And if you think MYST isn't related to Mike, read this.

Okay, let's wait and see, only time will tell. wink
I don't mind the (below) average 3D graphics, as long as the music is good. The clips sound promising, but they are too short to be sure...

-Sebastian
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Posted: Jan. 07 2001, 22:04

shit! ¬¬

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Posted: Feb. 11 2001, 09:35

it's a bunch of broken links as far as I can tell
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