Never underestimate the dedication and skill of a hardcore gamer. Programmer Rod Lima took on the daunting task of recreating Resident Evil 2 in the free version of the Unreal Engine, known as the Unreal Development Kit. The game is playable and a heck of a lot more functional than I would have imagined.
The Unreal Engine 3 indie game bundle is currently going wild and running strong on Valve's digital distribution portal. The bundle contains independent games designed and published using Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3 and you can get them all for the low, low price of $19.99.
Tecmo Koei and Epic Games have signed on together in a deal that sees Koei licensing Epic's Unreal Engine 3 for Spark Unlimited and comcept's upcoming Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, which will be helmed and designed by the legendary Keiji Inafune. The first images of the project have also surfaced, giving gamers a brief glimpse of what's to come.
A new gameplay video of the upcoming MMO, Bless, showcases 23 whole minutes of the game. Yes, nearly an entire half-hour of gameplay. While the graphics for Neowiz's Bless looks great, the major problem is that it's a game sporting decade old gameplay mechanics, turning what could have been a great concept into yet another click-and-farm fest.
Square Enix has signed a multi-year, multi-license deal with Epic Games to use both the Unreal Engine 3 and the Unreal Engine 4 for present and upcoming titles. As usual, no specifics were given on what the Unreal Engine 4 will be used for, but it has been confirmed that they will be using the Unreal Engine in cohesion with Square's own Luminous Engine.
You want to start hunting dinosaurs or hunting as a dinosaur? Well, you won't be able to do so just yet but if you know that's going to be a pastime activity happening in your very near-future, why not go ahead and pre-order Primal Carnage, because if you didn't know before you can pre-order the game...like, right now.
Epic Games announced today that the long-running and highly lauded, award-winning game engine, the Unreal Engine 3, is currently available for the Windows 8 and Windows RT platform. So what does this mean? It means that game designers who aren't publicly lambasting Windows 8 and Microsoft's imperialistic control over digital software can start getting to work on planning UE3 projects for Windows 8.
We've always clamored for a real console busting Pokemon game, and not one where you take snapshots of Pokemon in the wild. Well, one design artist took it upon himself to create a brief glimpse of what a Pokemon game could look like running on Epic's Unreal Engine 3.
BioShock, upon release, was one of the best-looking games around. The team at 2K Boston managed to do some impressive things with Unreal Engine 3. However, imagine how much better it would've looked with Crytek's new CryEngine 3 technology.
While we're still hanging around seventh generation console era with nary an improvement in gameplay or graphics to our gaming experiences, some smaller companies are taking this time to experiment with their offerings and City Interactive's Alien Fear nearly looks like a next-generation FPS.
A snappy new trailer was released for the free-to-play shooter Renaissance Heroes from ChangYou Games. The trailer is all about the firepower and tools of destruction in the upcoming FPS, showing players both long range and melee options for the new title.
Well, there's no reason to get up in arms about the Wii U's future-proof capabilities. It has been confirmed that the Wii U will not be supporting Epic Games' newest iteration of their popular multi-purpose middleware, meaning that we won't be seeing any dedicated Unreal Engine 4 games on the Wii U.
Epic Games has announced that the Unreal Engine has joined up with RealD as an integrated partner in their partnership program. In addition to this, Epic has also released the latest iteration of the Unreal Development Kit with brand new features and updates.
Unreal Engine powered gameplay and graphics? Check. Active cover firing mechanics? Check. Brutal melee combat? Check. Two main weapons and intense third-person shooting? Check. Active reload system? Check. Is this basically an MMO version of Gears of War for PC? Pretty much, yeah.
EVGA has announced that the most powerful gaming card out there is now available for to the gaming masses. The card is powerful enough to run the entire Samaritan Unreal Engine 3 demo in real-time, and is already optimized for unreleased Unreal Engine 4 software.