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Dead Space Engine to be licensed Out

Creating gaming engines these days is big money. Just ask Epic Games who developed the highly-successful Unreal Engine. Their newest engine, Unreal Engine 3, is used by almost every big gaming company including EA, Capcom, 2K Games, Sega, Sony and more. And almost every genre uses it, from fighting to driving.

Understanding how much money one company can make creating one, EA has decided to license out the engine from their sci-fi horror game Dead Space.

The roots of the engine dated back with the 2005 Bond game, ‘From Russia with Love,’ and the 2006 video game adaption ‘The Godfather.’ The sequel to the Godfather for the Xbox 360 and PS3, also is using the same engine which should be out in 2009. As we write this now, lawyers are currently sorting the mumbo jumbo legal stuff and figuring out what to name the engine.

According to gameplayer, EA should be making an announcement soon, and when they do, we’ll bring it to you.

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