Bravely Default dev has a neat tech demo for its new engine
*does the voice* Wall-E
Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio doesn't just make 3DS games with cloven foot animu characters.
The studio put up a video for its new rendering engine, Yebis 2, which currently supports PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows DirectX. Wii U support, meanwhile, is on the way, lest Nintendo fans miss out on robots listening to classical music and doing amateur photography. Setup email comments
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