1. SEGA met VF, Sonic, Afterburner en House of the Dead op X360

Re: SEGA met VF, Sonic, Afterburner en House of the Dead op X360

Ach ja beat-em ups zijn niet echt mijn ding, wel een goede game idd.
  • Ach ja beat-em ups zijn niet echt mijn ding, wel een goede game idd.
  • maar Virtua Fighter is nog steeds cool! beter dan Tekken, DOA enz.
  • Shenmue 3 waren ze welmee bezig he???

    Ik wil Panzer Dragoon Saga :D
  • fuck Sonic Adventure ik wil Sonic 4 een vervolg op Sonic 3 zonder die andere klote figuurtjes.

    en ik wil Shenmue 3!
  • Ik wil wel een nieuwe Sonic Andventure.

    Ik dacht dat ze ook aan een nieuwe panzer Dragoon zaten te werken…
  • SEGA IS BACK!
  • Ik kan niet wachten op een next-gen Sonic of Virtua Fighter.
    De andere games die Sega nu uitgeeft zijn ook vet, zoals Condemned en Full Auto.
  • Holy Monkees Afterburner!
    Mijn favo spel back in the day.
  • Afterburner lijkt me ook wel cool er zijn weinig vliegspellen. en House of the dead is ook wreed ik speelde het altijd in de arcade en op de Dreamcast.
  • De Sonic games zijn al tijden niet meer wat het geweest is, dus dit is nou niet echt nieuws waar ik heel warm van word ofzo.
  • E3: Sega Screening, Pt. 2: Next-Gen Sonic, Virtua Fighter Demo for 360

    Filed under Xbox 2
    The second half of the Sega screening was supposed to be a technology demonstration, but they also hinted at a still-unannounced Sonic for the Xbox 360.

    A demo labeled simply Hedgehog? showed a first-person perspective as Sonic zipped through a forest and plains. The game also jumped perspective to third-person occasionally, showing Sonic fighting a robot or bouncing off the walls in some ruins. The brief video ended with Sonic being surrounded by an army of robots that unleash on him, but just when you think the big-headed insectivor is down he starts to glow and shoots into the sky. The screens goes black after showing Sonic floating in the sky, pulsating gold.

    Prior to the Sega bit, the video showed snippets of Virtua Fighter characters flexing, posing and going through their little personal katas. There was also video of an Afterburner-type game which showed a background that was either video of real world places or amazingly details images.

    cool! 8)

    Xbox 360 begint nu wel interessant te worden.

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    The screen panned in on a male and female agent as they entered a facility filled with the classic House of the Dead animated corpses. Each zombie had decomposing skin and a face and body that showed of every rotting muscle. The walking dead never looked so good.

    The scene switched to a first person view as the two agents entered a glass hallway. On the other side of the transparent walls crowds of the dead tried to claw their way in. The camera moved over a balcony that looked out over hundreds and hundreds of creatures. The final scene showed a gigantic boss that clawed its way down a hall toward the camera until it finally grabbed the player in its mouth and launched it across the room.

    E3 2005: SEGA Hits the Next Level
    Afterburner, Virtua Fighter, Chrome Hounds, House of the Dead, and Sonic.
    by David Clayman
    May 18, 2005 - For an old-school SEGA fan, E3 can be a bit depressing. Although it's a complete impossibility, deep down I couldn't help but hope for a Dreamcast 2 announcement. While the days of SEGA hardware are in the past, fans of the company can still look forward to their software. This year was especially exciting in that department with titles like Spartan: Total Warrior, Full Auto and Condemned just over the horizon. And that was before we were hit with any surprises. At SEGA's booth we were shuffled into a theater where the company's current lineup was shown off in video form. The announced titles were shown in all their glory and then the screen cut away to something completely unexpected.



    Chrome Hounds
    The first unannounced video we witnessed featured a squad of mechs powering through a war-ravaged cityscape. The team faced off against a rival squad of mechanized war machines that burst from cover behind a set of buildings. One member of the original team sniped its enemies from afar with a long barreled cannon, hidden behind the façade of a bombed out structure. The machines were agile and on the smaller side for mechs. They weren't sky scraper crushing Steel Battalion type crafts, but rather about three or four stories tall with a large array of weapons.

    The title is being produced by FromSoftware the same team that did Metalwolf Chaos and the Otogi series. The movie appeared to be a pre-rendered cinema and it was not announced which system it would appear on. However, considering FromSoftware's past development experience it would be a safe bet to say that this title will appear on the Xbox 360.

    The next titles were part of a montage called SEGA's Next Level. It was announced that everything was running in real time, but not specified for any system. SEGA stated that their internal studios put together these demos to show their proficiency with the next generation hardware. This means that the videos may not point to definite titles. It is also feasible (and a lot more exciting) that these games are currently in development Xbox 360 and/or PS3.

    Virtua Fighter
    The first clip featured Akira from the Virtua Fighter series set against a white background. As he displayed his standard set of fighting moves the background filled in with a beautifully realized environment. Akira was wearing his traditional white outfit complete with a black belt, but the clothing was clearly separate from the body and moved realistically around him.

    The next character shown was Sarah. She wore a reflective body suit that flaunted the power of the new hardware along with her excellent figure. She performed a series of kicks and spins, and closed out the segment by thanking the audience. The quality of the characters and environments were comparable with the DOA 4 characters and if this is only a technical demo then a fully realized Virtua Fighter game could be visually stunning.

    Afterburner
    The small crowd cheered when the F-14 Tomcat burst onto the screen. The jet blasted over an ocean with beautiful reflections and small crests of water. Enemies appeared on the screen and the jet proceeded to let loose some heavy fire as it blew its rivals out of the air. The camera rotated around the action and zoomed in for a series of evasive maneuvers and barrel rolls. The demo looked like original After Burner, except with real jets and a hell of a lot faster. The real treat came when the scenery changed from the open ocean to a canyon. The sensation of speed was incredible as entire mountains zipped by in the blink of an eye.



    House of the Dead
    House of the Dead may not have translated to a very good movie, but it was a hell of a fun game. The screen panned in on a male and female agent as they entered a facility filled with the classic House of the Dead animated corpses. Each zombie had decomposing skin and a face and body that showed of every rotting muscle. The walking dead never looked so good.

    The scene switched to a first person view as the two agents entered a glass hallway. On the other side of the transparent walls crowds of the dead tried to claw their way in. The camera moved over a balcony that looked out over hundreds and hundreds of creatures. The final scene showed a gigantic boss that clawed its way down a hall toward the camera until it finally grabbed the player in its mouth and launched it across the room.

    Sonic the Hedgehog
    A SEGA montage wouldn't be complete without everyone's favorite blue mascot. The final segment of the video displayed Sonic the Hedgehog running at full speed down a grassy path. The foliage surrounding Sonic was clearly next-gen material, but it was hard to tell at times because he was moving at an incredible rate. I'd like to imagine that Sonic was moving through a realistic version of Green Hill Zone.

    Sonic reached the edge of a cliff and performed a swan dive down hundreds of feet into a canyon. Sonic entered a large open cavern with flowing water at the bottom. Sonic began tossing ring bubbles into the environment and golden rings bounced around the huge room. At this point the announcer restated that everything shown was in real-time and sonic hit a series of springs and shot into the sky. The camera then switched back to sonic running and as he blasted across a flat plateau, a massive airship appeared above him and dropped down a fleet of robots. The robots formed a circle around him and pummeled our hero with machine gun fire. Sonic fell to the ground, only to spring back up into the air, surrounded by emeralds and transformed into the all-powerful golden sonic. He performed a charged air attack that turned the bots into a pile of rubble.

    hopelijk is dit een Sonic met alleen Sonic erin en niet die domme figuren van Sonic Adventure en Heroes! Knuckles en Tails mogen wel als sidekick maar de rest niet!
  • tja, maar die games komen ook op de PS3 :/
  • en vergeet Full Auto niet, dat is ook van SEGA dacht ik. lijkt me een heel gaaf spel, zeker grappig op LAN en Live ;)
  • Ziet er wel cool uit.
  • Het kan leuk zijn arcade shooters op de console maar dan moet je wel een lightgun hebben ik heb House of The Dead 3 ook gehad maar dat is toch minder leuk met een controller.
  • VF mag van mij naar de PS3 gaan liever After Burner en HOTD4.
  • http://ps3.ign.com/articles/647/647265p1.html

    VF5 staat in de Ps3 sectie. Wie weet. LINDBERGH is Nvidia en Ps3 ook, dus… :p

    TGS is al over 2 weken. :]
  • Ik hoop dat dat arcade screens zijn…
  • Ze zouden best wel gepoort kunnen worden, kijk naar House of the dead III op de xbox <img alt=";)" src="/plugins/sceditor/emoticons/wink.png" />

    Dat zegt tegenwoordig nog weinig 8] overal waar geld te vinden is voor designers en bedrijven zullen ze het verdienen. Mischien overstapje ps3 ^_^' btw: ik vind het er toch niet zoo gaaf uit zien als Resident evil :7
  • Ze zouden best wel gepoort kunnen worden, kijk naar House of the dead III op de xbox ;)

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