CryEngine. Hold on, Don’t Cry!


Told you I'll edit this.

37 Responses

  1. YOLO says:


  2. YOLO says:

    oh yeah, i am #1aswell.

  3. Zapfska says:

    Not a big thing. I mean there are alternitives. Rye???

  4. adrian says:

    the song on video one is basshunter-dota

  5. smitty says:

    what’s the deal with people putting on here that there number one? am I missing something? any rate good article.

    • previous1st says:

      Being number one gives you SUPER POSTER PRIVILEGES. You can tell anyone to f.uck off because you were here f.irst and they came after you.

  6. Alex says:

    Source engine (wich anyone can get it’s full source code in tpb for the 2007 version as well as source code for games)

    • Guardian says:

      No, source no! I mean I like L4D, HL and TF2. I even try to create levels for L4D2 but Hammer is a crappy tool to work with. Crashes every time I play test. Importing the level into the game is a pain in the butt, even importing custom models or custom materials into Hammer is a big headache. I don’t think valve could have made it any harder for anyone to work with that tool.

  7. smh says:

    No vita news huh…smh

  8. Sharo93 says:

    Crystal Tools the engine that Square Enix used for FFXIII and FF vs XIII

  9. decius says:

    Which engine is going to support the 177.6GB/s PS4 monster? Let me rephrase that too, which engine is going to utilize the full PS4 GPU? Is it more efficient to have a game engine designed for using limited resources, or having one with the best features?

  10. NNNRT says:

    Minimur12 wrote:
    “(the article your reading now if you didn’t guess)
    😆 😆 😆
    I don’t know why the message wasn’t submitted when I added the html code. 😕

  11. xkwynx says:

    maybe do something on the engine quantic dream used in there kara demo…

  12. BlackZack says:

    “HPL2” engine

    tho, it’s physics are a bit excessive, this engine was made by the swedish indie game develeopers “Frictional Games”.

    you all should be familiar with the game “Amnesia – The Dark Descent” and maybe the “Penumbra” games.

    it’s not only really beautyful in general, considering, that it’s made by indie-dev’s, the lightings are superb. but they have to be for games like Amnesia, where “ambient” and “enviroment” are both big parts of the gameplay.

    • hgoel0974 says:

      Oooooooooooh Horror game engine 😮 lol
      But it seems that minimur has decided which engine comes next. Just wait 😉

  13. Delta says:

    I have a few engines you could do an article on.

    Bullet Physics

  14. hgoel0974 says:

    Let me guess you read the “Frog: I believe I can fly” at DSOG’s CRYEngine 3 showcase? 😆

  15. Wiseman says:

    Its the all seeing eye….

  16. Guardian says:

    You should do a report on Fox Engine.

  17. enough says:

    Ok, im gonna be the first to just say it: This has nothing to do with PSP, PSVITA, or Wagic related.

    These articles are a waste of time. Why not research actual news or information based on what this site actually “advertises”?

    And type like a professional while your at it.

    • wololo says:

      Thanks for the feedback. We are trying to widen our horizons a bit, and I understand that this might not be appreciated by the core readers who have been following this site for years. This is before all a site for gamers, hackers, and indie game programmers, and we try to stick to news related to gaming and hacking in general, with some of our writers more focused on gaming (not necessarily PSP/PS Vita).

      I am personally happy to see that we are talking of “more” stuff than we used to (we did not reduce the amount of articles regarding the vita, we just increased the total of articles by adding new writers, so technically there would still be the same amount of vita articles, but just much less articles every week), but I really understand this can be not appreciated so much by people who feel this “dilutes” the information they are looking for.

      I will open discussions with our guest bloggers about this, to see if we want to focus more on Sony related stuff, or if we are confident that talking of more various game related topics is something we believe in. In the meantime, I’m open to more feedback from more readers here.

      • Mr. MaGoo says:

        I am one of the many here that enjoy reading about multiple aspects as this site has (since I have been a member) been about gaming in general. Even before the newly instated bloggers (who have earned there keep in my eyes), there were discussions such as the x360 and the mk802. This site has been about informing the members and guests of things that they might not have known or have acess to come across. I say let the bloggers do thier thing!!

        Agree or dissagree.let me here your replies below 😉

        And here comes the flames…….

        • Dockotis says:

          You want da flamerZZZZ?!

          Here I comez!!!


          I totally agree with your views. The blog posts ,although not centralized on PS all the time, have helped me to discover things I would more or less didn’t quite know before. Its also good because as Wololo stated in his comment above:

          “This is before all a site for gamers, hackers, and indie game programmers, and we try to stick to news related to gaming and hacking in general, with some of our writers more focused on gaming (not necessarily PSP/PS Vita).”

          So… To all those wanting nothing but PS related news, why don’t you just go to the “big brother” themselves and surf their site? I can guess the reason being that over here, we get news that BENEFITS US…

          I also learned of the GCW-Zero from here as well… All in all, I agree with Mr. Magoo..

  18. What? says:

    im can fly?

  19. Crunch says:

    You should write about the mother of all engines: Id Tech!

  20. Thrawn says:

    Yeah, at least when we have come this far, you should write an article of THE MOTHER of all 3D graphic engines on pc and I’m not talking about the *** 3D “engines” for ancient consoles such as atari jaguar…
    Holy heck we’re talking bout quake, yeah, ID Tech, not only the company with the very first real 3D engine but also the company with the most ported games ever, quake and doom. There is a doom & quake port for almost every plattform, device and piece of hardware with a display.

  21. wteff says:

    It’d be cool if the eye of the logo was on the verge of tears.. but not crying bc that would be too funny.

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