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Halo 4 - Prelude Trailer

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Date Added: 19th August 2012
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Get a glimpse into the creation process for Halo 4, by 343 Industries.

 
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Freespace-3DT (Forums) on Wed, 22 August 2012 12:49am
For an example of no uncanny valley, check out games like Uncharted 3 or The Last of Us. I think they successfully broke that barrier with those. Also, the characters in StarCraft II are not uncanny but still incredibly well animated, because of the exaggerated proportions in standard Blizzard fashion.
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Freespace-3DT (Forums) on Tue, 21 August 2012 11:49pm
For an example of no uncanny valley, check out games like Uncharted 3 or The Last of Us. I think they successfully broke that barrier with those. Also, the characters in StarCraft II are not uncanny but still incredibly well animated, because of the exaggerated proportions in standard Blizzard fashion.
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Freespace-3DT (Forums) on Tue, 21 August 2012 11:49pm
For an example of no uncanny valley, check out games like Uncharted 3 or The Last of Us. I think they successfully broke that barrier with those. Also, the characters in StarCraft II are not uncanny but still incredibly well animated, because of the exaggerated proportions in standard Blizzard fashion.
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Danilo Buendia on Mon, 20 August 2012 8:20pm
Great to see the making of. I feel their faces are still in the Uncanny Valley, but really, who's isn't?
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