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Emergent Game Technologs has had a rough run recently. First, the developer of the Gamebryo engine puts its whole business up for sale in November. Then, just a few weeks ago, Bethesda reveals that it's breaking with tradition and not employing Gamebryo in the latest Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim. ...

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In what is perhaps the best news about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim so far, Bethesda confirmed via a tweet that the game's engine is "brand new ... and it's spectacular!" That's meaningless info to most, but for those of us who follow games a little too closely, "brand new engine" is more signifi...

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If you've played Fallout 3 or Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, you're actually familiar with Gamebryo, even if you don't know it. It's a studio owned by Emergent Game Technologies, crafting middleware tech for tons of companies like Bethesda and Square Enix, whose biggest claim to fame is its Gamebryo L...

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Gravity Interactive's first major title in the Western market, Ragnarok Online, is well known for its sugary-sweetness and unforgiving experience curve. While the title proved to be a hit for the developer in the Western and Eastern markets, it's newest brother, Ragnarok Online II, doesn't share th...

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Square Enix today announced that it has licensed Emergent Game Technologies' Gamebryo engine, the backbone of such titles as Fallout 3 and Warhammer Online. The press release contains no mention of Square's intended use for the engine, but we have our suspicions. We've ruled out Final Fantasy XII...

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We look on in anticipation and give a collective "awww" as 2009's newest game company pecks its way out of its shell. Going by the name of Azo Studios, the fledgling outfit was founded by a trio of game industry professionals with intentions of creating games and middleware solutions for consoles,...

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Could it be -- possible forward motion on Sadness? According to a recent press release, Polish developer Nibris has licensed Emergent's Gamebryo platform for the long-discussed, never-seen title ... and word is that the recent screenshot was real. Gamebryo is the base of several recent and forthcomi...

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We do declare Emergent Technologies, you must have caught the vapors. The middleware company's Gamebryo engine, which lurks beneath the hood of a number of games including Oblivion and the forthcoming Fallout 3, has been licensed by Nibris for its vaporous Wii title Sadness. The Polish company cel...

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Are you keeping up with your South American telenovelas? If so, you've probably heard of Chiquititas. If not, which is probably the case, the show (known in English as Tiny Angels) is a fictional series about a group of orphans in Buenos Aires. You're probably worriedly wondering what this has to ...

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PlayStation Network titles "based upon gameshow IPs" are being developed by Sony Online Entertainment using Gamebryo middleware and will be released before next month's Game Developers Conference. Gamebryo, owned by Emergent Game Technologies, has been previously used for games like Civilization I...

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Who wants to be a millionaire? Today, Sony Online Entertainment and Gamebryo announced a partnership that will bring games based on game show IPs to the PS Network. Gamebryo technology, used in games like Civilization IV and Oblivion, will be used to cut down on development time. "Gamebryo gives u...

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Don't be fooled: this is not a sign that Bethesda is bringing its Elder Scroll series to Nintendo consoles. However, Emergent Technologies' Gamebryo engine -- which runs both Oblivion and the upcoming Fallout 3 -- now supports the Wii. Gamebryo is also optimized for PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360. ...

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The Gamebryo development engine, used for games including The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Civilization IV, and many Xbox Live Arcade games, is being ported to the Wii. The engine, which is specifically designed to facilitate multiplatform development, should make it easier for developers to create...

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