So any guesses on which launch game needed the audio overhaul before launch?

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  3. So any guesses on which launch game needed the audio overhaul before launch?
2 years ago#1
I am thinking it may have been Ryse. I don't really know why I feel that way. Here's the article.

http://m.joystiq.com/2013/09/10/unnamed-xbox-one-launch-title-gets-audio-lobotomy-prior-to-rel/?post=1&icid=joystiq_home_latest_art
2 years ago#2
Crimson Dragon. I mean, the audio did cut out during the E3 demo - or was that a technical problem with the booth?
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2 years ago#3
Oh yeah good call. I forgot about that one.
2 years ago#4
All of them
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2 years ago#5
Must have been embarassing for the game devs.
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2 years ago#6
ItIsOkBro posted...
Must have been embarassing for the game devs.


I hope so. Not going to learn as much from your mistakes otherwise.
2 years ago#7
Unnamed means it is probably a big title that MS doesn't want to worry...

BF4?
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2 years ago#8
regsantotomas posted...
Crimson Dragon. I mean, the audio did cut out during the E3 demo - or was that a technical problem with the booth?


it was a technical problem with the audio not wirelessly transmitting tot he speakers,
2 years ago#9
It couldn't be Forza, the audio in the last game was by far the best racing game audio ever. There's no way that would have failed a standards test.

Could be Fantasia with licensing issues.
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