Respawn Is Making 3 New Star Wars Games- IGN Daily Fix

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EA is working on three new Star Wars games, all of which are being overseen in one form or another by developer Respawn Entertainment. The games comprise a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, an FPS, and a strategy game. No release dates have been offered for any of the new games.

A German physicist has found a way to make Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 playable on a 1989 Nintendo Game Boy through the use of a custom-built streaming cartridge.

The technology that goes into bringing video game characters to life may be getting a lot better thanks to a unique Ziva RT tool, which is being used to create “virtual humans” like Emma – a lifelike 3D character that can run in real-time in a game engine.

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