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Top 10 Game Technologies of the Next-Generation

SlappingOysters (1344355) writes | more than 5 years ago

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SlappingOysters writes "Gameplayer has gone live with an article that examines the key technology developments of the next-generation of gaming. They go into plenty of detail as to why they believe each piece of technology is helping to take gaming on PC, X360, PS3 and Wii to evermore spectacular heights. It is also a sister article to their popular and comprehensive expose, The 18 Best Game Engines of the Next-Generation.

"What's going to define the current and next-gen of games as must drool over technologies? We take a look at some of the obvious (and not so obvious) contenders.""

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