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The crime-riddled streets of APB Reloaded are about to sport a brand new sheen of spooky paint as the game gears up for a special two-week Halloween celebration, starting today, Oct. 24, and running through Nov. 6.
Two new videos have surfaced for the Unreal Engine 4, Epic's new flagship iteration of the one the most premier AAA design engines available on the market. The first demo is a brief glimpse of the UE4's newest features in action using the Demon Knight, while the second walkthrough is a lengthy 10 minute featurette of the new technology.
Now here's some technical middleware news that gamers can sink their teeth into. Epic Games has announced that the latest iteration of the Unreal Engine 3 can run within Adobe Flash Player 11, and the games are output at a lightning fast 60 frames per second.
With more than 900,000 developers having downloaded and installed Epic's free-to-use, Unreal Development Kit, featuring many of the latest and greatest features of the Unreal Engine, the company is moving forward with more and bigger updates. The
Epic's Unreal University tour will hit Montreal this November, and for Unreal Engine enthusiast you can win a free GeForce 460 just by commenting on Epic's Facebook page about what you like about the Unreal Engine.
Sci-fi fans will be pleased to know that the space vixen, Claudia Black, from former popular shows like Stargate: SG-1 will be joining the voice-cast of Gears of War 3.
It was decided that for the first time here at Blend Games we're doing a three-way versus match between three sci-fi shooters: Gears of War, BattleSwarm and Section 8.
Epic recently announced that they will be helping support Korean game development with further support of the Unreal Engine 3 by opening a Korean-based game studio called Epic Games Korea.
Just recently Midway sent out a press release in conjunction with Epic Games to announce that they are currently working on bringing new content, FREE content to Unreal Tournament III. So what kind of content is it? Well, it’s not called the Titan Pack for nothing.
You may remember a few months ago we reported here on Blend Games that there was an MMO-clone of Gears of War, it was codenamed Project E by Korean MMO developers GameHI. As you know, that game is pretty much strictly staying in the Southeast territories. However, that doesn’t mean Epic isn’t working on a new Gears of War MMO project of their own.
Now it’s time for Cliffy B and Gears of War 2 action. The game, as I’ve said before, looks and plays exactly like the first game. But amidst the demo we meet some new Locust baddies. First up is a shielding hulk of a beast that swings a giant mace. Marcus takes him down and steals the huge shield, which he uses to protect himself from enemies
Hey, did you forget that there is a Gears of War 2 coming out this Fall? Me either. But Sony has been racking up points in the “Yay!” column so much lately that you forget Microsoft isn’t sitting idly in the corner, thumb in mouth. Today we get screenshots…and artwork.
Hello kids, it’s time to get the buzz rolling for Gears of War 2. Oh I know the game isn’t slated for release until November, but you crazy chainsaw using freaks are just about out of steam with Call of Dut 4.
Chair, the guys who brought us the underwater Undertow an XBLA, have been bought out by Epic Games. The small developer had previously announced that they would use the Unreal Engine exclusively for all their upcoming titles.
I hope that Epic’s claim that the Gears of War 2 story is going to expand to explore other story arcs, introduce new characters and generally enrich a threadbare tale is true. One of the only things that makes GTA IV bearable to play after the first 10-15 hours is the storyline.