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  • Interviews

Interview - Artists

Arunkumar Boyidapu - Lig

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Mr. Arunkumar Boyidapu is a lighting and composting artist at Sparky Animation. Boasting of Jedi

Saturday, 23 April 2011 Comments

Interview - Managers

Interview with Sathya Na

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Sathya Narayanan the Senior Production Coordinator of Amskray Visual Effects Studio, Chennai, Indi

Monday, 4 October 2010 Comments

Interview - Schools

Asadul Islam – Student V

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Asadul Islam is one of the bright new entrants in animation arena. Possessing a Master’s Degree in

Friday, 1 July 2011 Comments

Interview - Studios

Dominic Chander – Head o

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Dominic Chander is the Head of Animation Production at Sun Animatics India Pvt. Ltd. In the past h

Saturday, 2 July 2011 Comments

CG Today - Reviews

Game: Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Release Date: March 5th 2010
Platform: Xbox360/PS3/PC

The original Bad Company was a good game. I didn’t think it was particularly great, with the destructible environments providing some great gameplay moments and visual treats, but the campaign bored and frustrated me enough that I didn’t even complete it. That said, I liked the multiplayer in Bad Company 1, and therefore thought I would see how Bad Company 2 had been improved from its predecessor.


Bad Company 2 is a well presented game. From the beginning, you will realise that it’s also a very pretty game, boasting improved visuals and great draw distances. The campaign is a lot more epic in scope, and while it’s a relatively good storyline, it feels slightly under par when compared to the cinematic and tense campaign of its immediate competitor, Modern Warfare. The game tries to do too much to feel concise. Its not focused enough to really suck the player into the tension they are trying to achieve, and while the epic sequences like flying a helicopter or driving a tank are very satisfying, it misses out on what makes a game feel genuinely tense.

Game: Mass Effect 2
Release Date: 26th January 2010
Platform: Xbox360

I’m going to be honest; I didn’t see the massive appeal of Mass Effect 1. The hype behind it was massive, I could appreciate the various aspects of the game, and I could see all the potential for it to be an absolutely stellar title, but it didn’t take grasp of me. I never felt like I really delved that deep into the rich world that Bioware had laid out before me. It felt like it was over too soon. That said, I succumbed to purchasing Mass Effect 2 on launch, aware that I could expect disappointment. Before I continue, I can say without a doubt that this is one of the best games I have ever played.

Game: Assassins Creed 2
Release Date: November 19th 2009
Platform: Xbox 360/PS3

Assassins Creed 2 takes everything that you will have loved about the original and improves on every aspect, as well as removing all the flaws that let the first game down. Set in the height of the Renaissance era in 15th century Italy, Assassins Creed 2 shows off a spectacular breathing world that is a pleasure to play in, as well as providing the player with a lot of stuff to do; satisfying assassinations, side quests, tomb exploration are just a few things that you’ll have to do here.


Say farewell to Acre and Jerusalem and say a welcome hello to Florence and Venice. This game makes the most of the game engine to provide a new vibrant look to Assassins Creed 2, giving it a more attractive and colourful presentation, which is definitely welcome when compared to the relatively bland colour scheme of the original game.

Game: Forza Motorsport 3
Release Date: October 23rd 2009
Platform: Xbox 360

In the simplest way of putting it, Forza 3 is a sim racer with a lot of options. These options give it the ability to be accessible to the hardcore sim fans all the way down to the most inexperienced of racers. You can really make this game feel how you want it to feel, and alongside the roster of over 400 cars, a deep and personal career mode, and an absolutely brilliant multiplayer experience, Forza 3 is a very exciting racer.

Game: Fallout 3
Release Date: October 31st 2008
Platform: Xbox 360/PS3/PC

Fallout 3 is a really big game. It is also a hugely hyped game. Ever since it was announced by Bethesda as their next major project after The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, fans of the Fallout and Elder Scrolls series have been flocking like mad to catch every last ounce of info on the game. I was one of these madmen who would stop at nothing to learn everything I could about the title. At last, Fallout 3 has hit shelves with an incredible bang, and in my opinion it definitely lives up to the massive hype behind it.