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Uncharted 3's Fire Still Looks Awesome

Posted on Tuesday, December 28 @ 14:00:00 PST by
I'm waist deep in Uncharted 2 right now, great game! As soon as the calendar turns to January, there's going to be a lot more games to get in the way so I've got something of a deadline to meet. Uncharted 3 isn't out until next fall, but Naughty Dog is making sure you see some of the improvements they've made to the best looking engine on the PS3 (debatable, sure....)

Case in point: these two videos showcase a developer playthrough of the level Jimmy Fallon featured on Late Night.



If the growing flames in Part 1 weren't enough, check out the second video below.



I've always thought of video game fire like the flames in South Park. Seemed like a fitting comparison to draw. Nevertheless, these long console generations sure are allowing devs to stretch the limits of the hardware quite a bit. We're only four years into the "10-year lifecycle of the PS3" anyway. Who knows what else is coming?
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