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    What kinds of games will we be playing in ten years time?

    Fast forward to 2021. Have a think about how games will look in the future. How will technological and societal changes affect the entertainment experiences of the future?

    Recently, Sony Computer Entertainment hosted an exclusive all-star panel of game makers that focused on what the next ten years of video game development might look like. Panelists like Kellee Santiago (Co-Founder of ThatGameCompany), Gareth Edmondson (Managing Director of Ubisoft Reflections Studio), veteran game creator Mark Cerny, Shuhei Yoshida (President of Sony Worldwide Studios) and Mick Hocking (Director of Sony WorldWide Studios�3D�Team) looked into a crystal ball to forecast what 2021 might look like in the interactive gaming space.


    The Next Evolution of Motion Controls


    According to Yoshida, the motion controls of today like PlayStation Move are the equivalent of the early 8-bit days of game consoles. "In the future, we will know more about the player," said Yoshida. "Game developers will have access to real-time information and data about the player, which will allow them to create some really dangerous-almost interactivities."

    Star Trek Holodecks in Your Living Room


    According to Hocking, holographics are going to be doable in the next 10 years. "You can bring an object out of the screen and look around it right now in our R&D studio in Liverpool using 3D and head tracking," said Hocking. "We're just at the start of this technology and we're looking forward to game designers taking this and creating new experiences.

    Performance Capture Technology Will Surpass Hollywood


    According to Cerny, games like Heavy Rain and Uncharted 3 are just the beginning of what can be done with performance capture - and not just in gaming. "Epic Games' Samaritan demo at GDC gave a preview of what the next generation of virtual characters will look like," said Cerny. "Performance capture will continue to evolve and allow game developers to connect with players on an emotional level."

    Always-Connected Gaming Experiences


    Santiago believes the current generation of connected gamers who've grown up online will move on to develop brand new types of gaming experiences. "The kinds of games this connected generation of gamers is going to make we can't possibly understand now," said Santiago. These connected experiences will continue to evolve game genres and experiences beyond even the cross-platform options that are exploding today.

    Conquering The Uncanny Valley


    Video game graphics will continue to evolve, combined with new technologies that will fully realize game experiences like LA Noire in a way that brings living, breathing virtual characters to life that look human. "We're not there yet, but we will cross the uncanny valley," said Edmondson. "Games touch people in all different ways, but with more realistic characters who also behave like we do, game experiences will evolve." Today, the technology is just starting to open the door for this technology, but a decade from now, the perfect storm of interaction will arrive.

    Games Will Make You Happy


    In the future, your game console will become your friend. Kinect already knows your name and your gaming likes and dislikes. In 10 years time, game consoles will know a lot more about you. "It'd be nice to think that we can form a map of the player, including real-time data like heart rate and facial expressions," said Hocking. "Once you have this type of information, games can learn the emotional state of the player deliver an experience to change that emotional state." IF you're said, turn on your PlayStation 4 (or 5) and let your console make you feel happy again.

    Single-Player Gaming Will End


    In today's connected world, cooperative and online gaming already rule the day. But Cerny believes unconnected single-player gameplay will vanish from the gaming landscape in as little as three years time. "With Facebook and the explosion of mobile and social games, I don't think that will last," said Cerny. Instead, game experiences will blend other players into the mix, even beyond traditional co-op play. Cerny pointed to Demon Souls as a good early example, where players saw the ghosts of other players who had died haunt their game experience.

    Games Will School You


    Serious games are already a huge category in the video game industry, as everyone from the government to educators to corporations turn to interactive instructions. Hocking believes the future of education is in video games. "I'm excited about the potential of bringing 3D together with augmented reality in a headset that we combine together to bring 3D objects into the real world to bring perfect collision and occlusion in real world," said Hocking. This type of technology will open up all types of entertainment-based, as well as educational, possibilities for one-to-one instructions and interactions. "Moving forward, there are massive opportunities to educate as well as entertain people with games."

    2D Gaming Will Become Retro


    These days, we're seeing many developers providing an homage to the 8-bit and 16-bit era of gaming with new experiences that are also nostalgic. With over 50 3D games on the market today from Sony and 100s more coming, panelists agreed that 3D isn't going away. Yoshida said in the near future, game studios will be able to create games and have someone else turn them into 3D experiences. Hocking said not every game should be in 3D. Santiago believes that in the future, we'll see retro non-stereoscopic games released from independent studios.

    Virtual Reality


    The promise of virtual reality from the '80s will finally be fulfilled, but in a different way. The advances in 3D technology, performance capture and head tracking will converge and open up new opportunities for interactivity. "Gamers will be able to create objects holographically and sculpt things with our hands, opening up fascinating new one-to-one interactions," said Hocking. At the same time, advances in AI will open up more interaction with game characters. "Experiences will go behind Hollywood movies, where AI characters will not only be able to talk directly to the player, but they'll be able to show them an object and have them interact with it," added Hocking.

    What's does your vision of the future of gaming look like? VR Goggles? Riding laser-beams? Let us know in the comments section.


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    Default Re: How Video Games Will Look in 2021

    Thats right.. single player gaming will end.

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    single palyer will come to an end???? I hope th in 10 years net connection jano rapid improvement dakhai in bd... Nd i like the 2D retro concept

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    In 2021 we will live in Digital Bangladesh. So rest assure we will get rapid improvement in net connection.
    Last edited by anik_lc; August 24th, 2011 at 15:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    In 2012 we will live in Digital Bangladesh. So rest assure we will get rapid improvement in net connection.
    We will? Really? Kindly clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    In 2012 we will live in Digital Bangladesh. So rest assure we will get rapid improvement in net connection.
    I hope so..

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    ore khaise!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruβαβ View Post
    We will? Really? Kindly clarify.
    Our PM told us that she will deliver Digital Bangladesh in 2021.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    In 2012 we will live in Digital Bangladesh. So rest assure we will get rapid improvement in net connection.
    Typo, 2021

    I am pretty sure IGN smoked coke recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    Our PM told us that she will deliver Digital Bangladesh in 2021.
    I dnt rmbr clrly but i saw in the news Hasina showed a project on Digital Bangladesh, two months ago, mayb where it was written bd in 2025..... A the bright side, hope 2021 er agay wimax line gula jano FAIR hoay jay..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Pilgrim View Post
    Typo, 2021
    Thanks :S

    ---------- Post added at 14:17 ---------- Previous post was at 14:16 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Orno101 View Post
    I dnt rmbr clrly but i saw in the news Hasina showed a project on Digital Bangladesh, two months ago, mayb where it was written bd in 2025..... A the bright side, hope 2021 er agay wimax line gula jano FAIR hoay jay..
    OMG 2025! Her party will not be crowned in the next election. She better wait for the next one after the next one.

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    Default Re: How Video Games Will Look in 2021

    a lot of ppl said a lot of stuff in this country... had they ben true, we'd be living inside a tron legacy world by now...

    nothing's gonna change when ppl from an ancient era promises to make a country high tech when they themselves dont know how to check emails.

    10 year running.. my internet was 15KB/s... now its 22KB/s.. so another decade and my speeds will be 29KB/s. and at that time FullHD will be outdated, and at this speed even checking the email will be hard work... so will that be progress? I highly doubt it.

    I cant only begin to hope that this country will get better when the ppl from last century stop running the country and introduces a new face who at least has a laptop and regularly uses it. I've been here the past 15 years... nothing has changed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    Our PM told us that she will deliver Digital Bangladesh in 2021.
    Ekhono Pray 10 Bosor 10 Maas Baki Ase. Then Bola Jabe Digital Bangladesh Jonmo Nibe Kina
    A strong man doesn't need to read the future, he makes his own


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