OpenKatana is an upcoming first-person action game loosely based on the infamous Daikatana; a game that was designed by non other than John Romero. A re-imagining that hopes to produce something that will not only be something new, but something that we feel will be closer to Romero's original vision. OpenKatana hopes to not only fix issues present in Daikatana's design but to also expand upon it to give you an incredibly fun experience in both multi-player and single-player.

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Judicat0r Aug 31 2012, 9:10am says:

It looks it is working.

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hogsy Sep 12 2012, 7:12am replied:

Yes... I have to say really it does actually make a considerable difference and means that we don't have to done some weird tricks to make screenshots look nice and smooth, and another plus was that it was incredibly easy to implement. Right now the implementation is a bit more solid than it was when I originally took this image (it was pretty much just wedged in) but after some testing I'm somewhat concerned that there may be some issues on certain platforms (MSAA appears to fail on my laptop), though there are fallbacks in place now if this fails but if it does then there isn't much I can do other than suggest to try it on a more up-to-date platform. Perhaps when I have more time on my hands I'll look into a better way to implement support for MSAA but honestly I'm not an expert. It'd be helpful when I'm done setting up the new renderer I'm working on but until then...

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Nothing hugely interesting 'nor exciting but I thought it was better than nothing. I'm sorry about the silence but we are still working on it :)
I might do a video or something next month... We'll have to see.

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