Dev Diary 5: First Person Camera & Level Editor (In Case Of Emergency, Release Raptor)

Launching on the 8th, now, rather than the 5th. Also, please note that the first-person view will be an OPTION, and third-person view will still be supported. It’s been pretty clear that a lot of people like the third-person view, so there’s no way around keeping it. Personally I really love the first-person feeling, but…

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E3 Trailer: In Case Of Emergency, Release Raptor

Woohoo!  Finally some real footage of the game with actual robots in place.  Things are proceeding really well, although slightly slower than I’d like.  That said, it’s really polishing up very well.  We’re currently aiming for an early access launch near the start of July. Here’s some random information you might like: This trailer only…

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Raptor Dev Diary #3: More Audio And Video

Oi, Raptor!  Been four business days since we saw you — what’s new? The short list of new stuff shown in this video: Improved post-processing visual effects. Improved raptor skin. Completely re-rigged and freshly animated raptor. A couple of glitches there, though, most notably in the walk animation. Completely new sound system based on SECTR…

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Raptor Dev Diary #2: Thar Be Dinos Behind That Longwinded Man

First video of any of the parts of the game in action!  Bear in mind this is circa alpha 0.1, a private build.  The video should make that pretty clear, though.  I wound up talking about a TON of stuff with the project in general, and unity development as a whole as well, instead of…

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That’s No Velociraptor!

Very true!  The dinosaurs in our upcoming game In Case Of Emergency, Release Raptor are not actually velociraptors, despite our claims.  Neither are the raptors in Jurassic Park, though.  Look carefully at #4 down there, bottom-center (yeah… tiny.  You may need to click the image to see it larger): By Durbed – http://durbed.deviantart.com/art/Dromaeosaur-parade-300881541, CC BY-SA…

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