Popular Physics Engines comparison: PhysX, Havok and ODE

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    thecake90 Ancient Guru

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    The question is, will this trend continue! Things like that are harder to predict than the price of oil :p
     
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    Thanks for the info!
     
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    lol

    Post the other chart where he talks about the quality of those titles.
     

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    It will.. in terms of titles numbers and, I'm afraid, quality (speaking of PhysX SDK)
     
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    I think Havok is better than physx...
     
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    Open Dynamics Engine. Another physics engine.
     
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    Havok is dead.

    Gamebryo's physics would be ok, if it wasn't for the fact they account for oblivions laggy controls.
     

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    Elite Bushido™ Maha Guru

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    and its been used in what?
     
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    Oblivion uses Havok
     
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    I think the bar chart is a bigger indicator in this case.
     
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    har har har, sorry couldn't help it :D

    Well its open source so there isn't much of a push or marketing like the other engines.
    So far the most known projects were bloodrayne2, call of juarez, stalker, XSI
    http://www.ode.org/users.html
     
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    Their number or really good Physx titles may not be high but they definitely provide superior effects compared to what havoc has to offer. I find havoc to be far more glitchy, jittery and unpredictable compared to the other physics engines.
     

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    Give Red Faction Guerilla a try, see if you change your mind.
     
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    You must be thinking about Bethseda games or maybe some Valve games. Try Red Faction Guerrilla like someone else said. It has the best physics of any game I've ever played before in my life.
     

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