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Old 05-09-2002, 07:50 AM   #1
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Default Games made on Maya

Not sure if this section is the place for this post, but... :mingun:

Do you people know some of the games made on Maya? I was just curious since I knew that Gran Turismo 3 was made on it.
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Old 05-09-2002, 08:29 AM   #2
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Tekken , Xbox dead to rights...... :banana:
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:wow: Tekken??? Are you sure??? Wich one, Tekken Tag or Tekken 4???
Man, I'ma Tekken fan and it's great to know that at least one game of the serie was made on Maya.
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A lot of the latest Star Wars games are in Maya. I believe Summoner was, but I'm not sure about that one. I don't know if the in-game stuff was, but the movies for Final Fantasy. Asheron's Call 2, the Madden football games, etc....

There are a lot of companies making the switch, now that the price has dropped considerably. 3DS Max is probably still the most widely used in video games, but Maya is becoming a close second, i think.
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some of the final fantasy games were done with maya
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That makes sense since square made Final Fantasy - The Spirits Within with it too.
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Thread moved to Maya Chat......since it was a general question concerning maya
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Originally posted by Saiyan
Thread moved to Maya Chat......since it was a general question concerning maya
But I'm a newbie, so it was a newbie's post...
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Nihilistic Software's Vampire the Masquerade: The Redemption(Maya version 2.0, if I know) , Doom III is made in Maya, etc. ...
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seems more ppl are using maya for games rather than max, do u think itll take over max one day?
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well now that you can download maya from their site. and there shipping .u.t set thing. with it. could be.
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I thing that Maya shall not overwhelm other software packages in game developement. Many game developers use 3D Max, Lightwave, etc. ... For example: Blizzard Entertainment uses 3D Max and they make not good but excellent games ...
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software packages are all just tools... that Blizzard makes awesome games is more a result of their talent rather than what software they use.
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hey dudes,
blizzard is looking into maya already...ask bigfatmelon at cgtalk he's one of the td's and a maya user.
max better watch out.
and yes... it's the nut behind the wheel that counts .
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Yah, Maya is totally making its mark.

I'm just finishing up my college year, where I was
studying 3d design for video games, and we only
learned Maya. I was taught on Max first, but Maya
is so much more awesome. The only downfall with
video games, is limited poly count on models..
lol. But who cares, I'll be making video games soon.
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