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Electronic Arts released these images and this artwork of Battlefield Bad Company. I guess you've already seen most if not all of them elsewhere, but still it looks as good as ever!

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  • Images and Artwork of Battlefield Bad Company - Images and artwork
  • Images and Artwork of Battlefield Bad Company - Images and artwork
  • Images and Artwork of Battlefield Bad Company - Images and artwork
  • Images and Artwork of Battlefield Bad Company - Images and artwork
  • Images and Artwork of Battlefield Bad Company - Images and artwork
Heretic
Heretic
Commented on 2006-09-13 16:44:38
and yes, we have seen them =p

that first pic is very impressive. nice looking textures!
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BioM4riN3
BioM4riN3
Commented on 2006-09-13 16:47:56
This game seems great!
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DubC
DubC
Commented on 2006-09-13 17:41:32
http://www.worthplaying.com/article....rder=0&thol...

Quote:
Last year tri-Ace revealed it was working on an untitled RPG for the Xbox 360, and today finally the first, scant, details emerge in the latest Famitsu issue. After its latest Valkyrie Profile for Square Enix, tri-Ace is getting its feet wet with a fantasy based RPG titled Infinite Undiscovery, which will use the developers typical real time combat system.

...and from a nice guy named jasper:

Quote:
Famitsu also had an interview with Sakaguchi, some highlights (stolen from Gaf):

- In the opening movie for Lost Odyssey you can seamlessly input commands for the battle scene.
- Combat is not action driven but command menu driven.
- The playable demo lasts for 40-60 minutes.
- The final game will have even higher quality than the demo.
- The modeling for the movies are almost identical to the realtime models.
- Inoue (the character designer) is personally checking all the models.
- The demo's battles will just the most basic part of the system. The more indepth systems will be excluded.
- The character growth systems and so on will be in the final game only.
- Surviving enemies inherit the powers of those who are killed.
- Since the main character cannot die either there will not be a possibility of game over.
- The final game will use a physics engine.
- The final text message on the playable demo was written by Shigematsu (scenario writer for the various short stories that make up the game).
- Lost Odyssey will be playable at TGS, with the demo disc being released with Famitsu in early November.
- Lost Odyssey will be out in 2007.
- Blue Dragon will DEFINITELY be released within 2006.
- ASH is being targeted for the first half of 2007.
- There will be more titles being announced from Mistwalker.
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Optimusv2
Optimusv2
Commented on 2006-09-13 17:49:54
OMG DUBC I LOVE YOU!
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cjelly
cjelly
Commented on 2006-09-13 17:59:33
There hasn't been a decent Battlefield on consoles yet, and there doesn't seem to be any reason to believe that this release will buck that trend.
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davidnay
davidnay
Commented on 2006-09-13 18:04:25 In reply to cjelly
Posted by cjelly
There hasn't been a decent Battlefield on consoles yet, and there doesn't seem to be any reason to believe that this release will buck that trend.
Yeah after what they did to BF2 on the 360 I don't have much hope for this. Too bad they insist on 'consolizing' everything.
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TheFuriousOne
TheFuriousOne
Commented on 2006-09-13 18:10:07
soon as they add some AA then this will look superb
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memolo
memolo
Commented on 2006-09-13 18:33:47
Awesome thanks DubC :D
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school
school
Commented on 2006-09-13 18:35:19
This game is coming on well, nice screenshots.
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IseWise
IseWise
Commented on 2006-09-13 20:24:35 In reply to DubC
Posted by DubC
http://www.worthplaying.com/article....rder=0&thold=0

Quote:
Last year tri-Ace revealed it was working on an untitled RPG for the Xbox 360, and today finally the first, scant, details emerge in the latest Famitsu issue. After its latest Valkyrie Profile for Square Enix, tri-Ace is getting its feet wet with a fantasy based RPG titled Infinite Undiscovery, which will use the developers typical real time combat system.

...and from a nice guy named jasper:

Quote:
Famitsu also had an interview with Sakaguchi, some highlights (stolen from Gaf):

- In the opening movie for Lost Odyssey you can seamlessly input commands for the battle scene.
- Combat is not action driven but command menu driven.
- The playable demo lasts for 40-60 minutes.
- The final game will have even higher quality than the demo.
- The modeling for the movies are almost identical to the realtime models.
- Inoue (the character designer) is personally checking all the models.
- The demo's battles will just the most basic part of the system. The more indepth systems will be excluded.
- The character growth systems and so on will be in the final game only.
- Surviving enemies inherit the powers of those who are killed.
- Since the main character cannot die either there will not be a possibility of game over.
- The final game will use a physics engine.
- The final text message on the playable demo was written by Shigematsu (scenario writer for the various short stories that make up the game).
- Lost Odyssey will be playable at TGS, with the demo disc being released with Famitsu in early November.
- Lost Odyssey will be out in 2007.
- Blue Dragon will DEFINITELY be released within 2006.
- ASH is being targeted for the first half of 2007.
- There will be more titles being announced from Mistwalker.
404'd
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sepiroth6
sepiroth6
Commented on 2006-09-13 20:36:32
The final game will use a physics engine- on what are they running the physics in this demo.A in game picture of lost odyssey http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/7098/1158164868...
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Seanmar
Seanmar
Commented on 2006-09-13 20:59:39
I'll probably be shot down for this but the first and third image are near killzone 2 "real in game footage" quality.
Lets hope the gameplay is better than the first one though.
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prodygee
prodygee
Commented on 2006-09-13 22:15:04 In reply to DubC
Posted by DubC
http://www.worthplaying.com/article....rder=0&thold=0

Quote:
Last year tri-Ace revealed it was working on an untitled RPG for the Xbox 360, and today finally the first, scant, details emerge in the latest Famitsu issue. After its latest Valkyrie Profile for Square Enix, tri-Ace is getting its feet wet with a fantasy based RPG titled Infinite Undiscovery, which will use the developers typical real time combat system.

...and from a nice guy named jasper:

Quote:
Famitsu also had an interview with Sakaguchi, some highlights (stolen from Gaf):

- In the opening movie for Lost Odyssey you can seamlessly input commands for the battle scene.
- Combat is not action driven but command menu driven.
THAT's how's a real authentic and PERFECT RPG is like :D Thanks SO much! That game's gonna' PWN so hard! *praying for a demo on XBLMP in Europe/Holland ouf course!!!!*


@ sephiroth6: I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! That looks amazing, FINALLY a good jRPG on the 360 *cries*
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DJJoeJoe
DJJoeJoe
Commented on 2006-09-13 22:16:40 In reply to Seanmar
Posted by Seanmar
I'll probably be shot down for this but the first and third image are near killzone 2 "real in game footage" quality.
Well, these images are lacking AA, and in the Killzone 2 demonstration the character models had a lot higher poly counts.
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sepiroth6
sepiroth6
Commented on 2006-09-13 23:54:50 In reply to prodygee
Posted by prodygee
@ sephiroth6: I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! That looks amazing, FINALLY a good jRPG on the 360 *cries*
Tnx prodygee and i couldnt agree more with you AMAZING
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sdry
sdry
Commented on 2006-09-14 14:19:08
what it comes to BF2, dice is indeed "bad company". Specially clan match mode was total joke. Not to mention laggy EA servers whit horrible "fysics". No wonder they focus on singleplayer on this one.
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