Talk:PhyreEngine

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License[edit]

When a company licenses PhyreEngine, it doesn't automatically mean that every game they are working on uses PhyreEngine. Stop adding games unless you actually cite that they're using PhyreEngine. Also stop adding games that haven't been announced; "Unknown PS3 Game (2011)" is not a game and shouldn't be added. I just excised more than half the article for being totally made up nonsense.

Free in what way?[edit]

Can anyone shed light on how this is free? It's not available for download anywhere as far as I can see. Looks like you need be a licensed Sony developer, and since no one has distributed it to the outside world, I guess there are limitations on what you can and can't do with it? ¤ ehudshapira 13:53, 11 April 2012 (UTC)

Demon's Souls and Dark Souls[edit]

People keep adding these back onto the list of games. They don't use PhyreEngine, the PhyreEngine lead said so:

https://twitter.com/JasonDoig/status/367528002910822400

It appears to be a classic case of citogenesis. Please stop putting these games in the list. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 217.18.21.194 (talk) 17:19, 30 January 2014 (UTC)