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Published on March 26th, 2008 | by Daniel David

Linger In Shadows Tech Demo

I’m sure you heard a couple of days ago about a real time tech demo on the PS3 called Linger in Shadows. Linger in Shadows is made by Plastic and I have to say that this is very bizarre and wonderful at the same time.

If your lost watching this you are not the only one. If this turns out to be a game it will have my full interest, you don’t see stuff like this often. The video is pretty long but please take the time to watch it.

I hope to hear more about this, I think this video is fantastic and even if it is just an engine they are showing off this has huge potential.

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Linger In Shadows Demo

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