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Post by trog @ 08:49am 15/05/07 | 4 Comments
Square Enix announced a new Unreal-engine powered title for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 at a press conference yesterday - The Last Remnant:
THE LAST REMNANT is a completely original RPG title, taking advantage of the power of next-generation hardware to build a lush, realtime fantasy world. Making full use of the power of Epic Games' flexible middleware solution, Unreal(R) Engine 3, Square Enix can now achieve simultaneous development on multiple platforms.

The game's battle system has been carefully crafted to deliver a brand-new experience for gamers, as they control forces in massive battles between up to seventy different units at once. Today's press conference also featured a demonstration of the game, showing off the dynamic world and sprawling landscapes of THE LAST REMNANT.
The press release has some more information.












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Monkey_Magic
Posted 12:29pm 15/5/07
Stupid Sony...gonna lose all the things that made the PS2 nice...exclusive RPG titles...

Hope they lose lots of money on the PS3...
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