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 Jun 10, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Vision Game Engine lines up for Xbox360

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This will be interesting - Trinigy's Vision Game Engine will be fully compatible with Xbox360 development.

This could create some great games if it's used well.

Tracey Frankcom, Program Manager at Microsoft's Xbox Advanced Technology Group, is similarly enthusiastic about the new Vision engine. "We were truly impressed with Trinigy's powerful technology and their coherent and ambitious plans for Xbox 360. We are convinced that already the first Xbox 360 titles based on the Vision Game Engine will set new standards in terms of visual quality and realism."

 

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