Final Fantasy 7 Remake Being Built Using Unreal Engine 4

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Transforms A Cult Classic Into A Non-Stop Action RPG.

According to director Tetsuya Nomura, releasing the remake in this way — which sounds almost episodic — will avoid the need to cut content from the role-playing game that’s sold over 100 million units since its 1997 release.The reason many people thought a Final Fantasy VII remake would never happen is that the original is such a huge game, and to recreate it all would take an enormous amount of time and money. But according to a Square Enix press release, the game’s story will be ‘told across a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience.’ That almost makes it sounds like an episodic Telltale game, like The Walking Dead, but so far there’s no indication that it’ll be anything other than a retail release. In-house engines like Crystal Tools and Luminous Studios are often expensive and difficult to make, while using licensed ones like Unreal Engine 4 can free developers of much of the grunt work that comes along with a homemade system.

It’s already known that original composer Nobuo Uematsu is not involved with the remake, but over the weekend it was also revealed that Asura’s Wrath developer CyberConnect 2 is helping out with development. The tempo of combat is described as similar to fighting game Dissidia Final Fantasy, with the team behind the remake battle system having worked on both that game and Kingdom Hearts. ‘If we tried to stuff the whole game into one release, some part of the game would have to appear as digests. In terms of artistic direction, the developer of the attempted to reconstruct similar look and feel from the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children movie. While Kitase affirms the new real-time combat platform, fans can also anticipate vintage RPG elements as gamers will be able to opt for their weapons and among others.

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BMW and Nissan roll out dual-plug EV chargers across the US

24 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

BMW and Nissan partner to create joint fast-charger network in the US.

BMW and Nissan announced Monday that they have teamed up to launch a public network of fast-charging stations across the country, challenging Tesla’s Supercharger network.CNN Money calls the Tesla Model X “the new king of crossover SUVs.” In its round-up of its favorite luxury SUVs of 2015, CNN places the electric ute on the top of its list.

The Model X’s EV powertrain, excellent acceleration and handling and cool design and technology features (including much attention paid to its slick Falcon Wing doors) earn it high praise. With dual 50 kW DC Fast-charging station with both CHAdeMO and CCS (Combo) connectors incorporated into each station, Nissan LEAF and BMW i3 drivers will be able to travel virtually range-anxiety-free. The breadth of Nissan and BMW’s fast-charger buildout is expansive, with fast chargers now available in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, North and South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.

These 50 kW stations can charge EVs from Nissan and BMW up to 80 percent in about 20-30 minutes, as compared to the longer time required to recharge at a Level 2 (240V) charger, currently the most commonly available public charging station. When the network will be completed, however, is not yet known. “Drivers can easily locate the chargers with ConnectedDrive in the BMW i3 — either using the in-vehicle Navigation or by using the BMW i Remote App — or via the Nissan EZ-Charge smartphone app,” read the joint press release. “Additionally, these chargers are compatible with the Nissan EZ-Charge cards.” This is a significant move. Since the launch of Nissan LEAF – the world’s best-selling electric car – Nissan has reinforced its commitment to zero-emission mobility with investments in EV charging infrastructure to serve the needs of LEAF drivers in markets across the U.S.

Nissan also recently introduced the new 2016 LEAF, which has available best-in-class range of 107 miles, making it the first affordable EV to get more than 100 miles on a single charge. All LEAF models feature an 80kW AC synchronous motor that generates 107 horsepower and 187 lb-ft of torque, providing a highly responsive, fun-to-drive experience. BMW i is focused on the development of visionary vehicles and mobility services, inspiring design, and a new understanding of premium that is strongly defined by sustainability.

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