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Friday, 13 April 2007 14:52

Mystery of R600 stone revealed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Looks like Call of Juarez

 

We wrote about the R600 demo and showed you a rendered stone with some beautiful shader effects on it. You can check it here. Some guy on Beyond3d forum said that it looked like Call of Juarez and our friends at TechPowerUp! went on a little crusade, and found some interesting pictures. It turns out that we've been right all along.


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Apparently our stone really looks like Call of Juarez, the fence, the wooden hut, all of it looks like it is coming from that game. Of course shader effects are not that complex like on the rendered stone as that might be the DirectX 10 version of the Call of Juarez game. We will just have to wait and see. Will Call of Juarez be the title that will ship with R600, it is yet to be seen but it is at least cool for the demo.

 
You can head over to TechPowerUp and take a look at the pictures compared . 

Last modified on Friday, 13 April 2007 17:56

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