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Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:16 pm     Super secret spam barrier
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Replacement for Arma if it gets an 'entertainment' version ?




http://titanim.net/www/

The trailer looks pretty awesome, but it is a trailer so might be complete rubbish.

It's a military sim using outerra that creates an entire planet for you to fight on.

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Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:28 pm     Super secret spam barrier
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Seems like a 3d strategy get where you can control Ai x

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Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:40 pm     Super secret spam barrier
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Seems like a 3d strategy get where you can control Ai x

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yeah maybe xoxoxox


Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:41 pm     Super secret spam barrier
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Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 12:15 am     Super secret spam barrier
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Reminds me of VBS more than ArmA, and considering at the moment it is only on sale for military and industry licensing that would make a fair degree of sense but it does say "Details about availability for "entertainment" purposes will be announced shortly." What that actually means for the average community member is intriguing possibly, sounds like the sort of thing that would use a licence based system typically for public sales either buying one for a set amount, ie buy a master key for a server side issue for a thousand dollars or so and then buy applicable keys and slots.

However it looks interesting, if people are like me and would be willing to accept a bit less fidelity and polish in places to allow for a greater scope and depth (Again think VBS or likewise here not ArmA) then what they have shown looks good, baseline systems appear to be in place and they have a number of partners and existing sale bases or so i assume from the webpage. So something i'll keep an eye on anyway, but i imagine the price, not to mention any commercial public sales tend to be dumbed down and limited to allow for the military training aspect to maintain a premium.

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Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:10 pm     Super secret spam barrier
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DevilDogGamer did a video on this. Right now the license is only for the military. No word on if it will be released to the public yet.


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It has the one thing Arma 3 doesn't have - frames. And for that I like it!
 
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This is not meant to be a video game. It has not much to do with video games and so you cant really compare it. Entertainment will also most likely not mean video games. More like creating visual scenarios for documentations on TV etc.

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This is not meant to be a video game. It has not much to do with video games and so you cant really compare it. Entertainment will also most likely not mean video games. More like creating visual scenarios for documentations on TV etc.

Depending on the capabilities of the engine, it's what ever you make it to be. Look at Arma communities the world over, like this one, for a prime example. 

If that software is as open to modding as Arma while being much much easier to work with, then it'll do very well as a public commercial product. 

I for one will take a look at it 'when' it comes available. Quote: Details about availability for "entertainment" purposes will be announced shortly.


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Well, I know some people who are in that "entertainment" area. I was closed alpha tester for Rising Storm and was at Gamescom with the developers when the game was about to come out. After the release, the devs (antimatter games,not tripwire) got the offer to use their engine and their assets for "entertainment" purposes. They basically created visual scenarios for pacific war related documentaries on TV. I recently reconnected with with some of the Devs and they said that are quite sure the engine will be used to to stuff like that.

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