Results for Tag "ECHO"

ECHO will use your own actions against you in 2017

Posted 09/01 00:40 in Mobile | 0comments

ECHO will use your own actions against you in 2017

Danish developers Ultra Ultra have released an explanatory gameplay trailer for their upcoming title ECHO, in which your movements and actions will be adopted by hostile AI.The premise is this: the palace has cycles, during which it creates new clones of En.

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In Echo, Enemies Copy Player Behaviors, Becoming Deadlier As You Do

Posted 08/08 01:02 in Hardware | 0comments

In Echo, Enemies Copy Player Behaviors, Becoming Deadlier As You Do

3D action game Echo sends players to a palace filled with lost technologies, adrift in space.These systems and machines will be studying the player’s every move, though, creating copies that will learn their battle techniques, becoming deadlier and more effective as the player does.

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Developer video shows Echo's adaptive AI in action

Posted 08/19 00:34 in Mobile | 0comments

Developer video shows Echo's adaptive AI in action

Protagonist En is hoping to use the technology of an ancient space palace to revive someone she lost.Unfortunately, things don’t work out that way, and what gets revived instead are multiple copies of herself.

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ECHO Interview - Probing the Adaptive AI in Ultra Ultra's upcoming title

Posted 09/07 10:01 in Mobile | 0comments

ECHO Interview - Probing the Adaptive AI in Ultra Ultra's upcoming title

The game has received some pre-release attention for its adaptive AI, which can learn a player’s style and turn it against them.Wanting to know more about the capabilities and limits of this AI, and about ECHO’s narrative aspects, we sent some questions over to the studio.

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Plays ECHO - Rose Leslie vs The Clones

Posted 09/19 09:01 in Mobile | 0comments

Plays ECHO - Rose Leslie vs The Clones

You play as En (Rose Leslie), who is trying to revive an old friend who may (or may not) still exist as consciousness inside a cube.There are some fairly substantial walk-and-talk narrative sections, but in the video below you’ll mostly see third-person action.

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