Well, it looks like Kingdom Hearts 3 is still chugging along through development, as game creator Tetsuya Nomura recently explained that the development team has decided to change engines, moving over to Unreal Engine 4.
Today, Epic Games announced that they have volleyed the ball back into the court of Unity after announcing that they will be giving away Unreal Engine 4 licenses for free to schools and students under the new education program.
We don't know a whole lot about Tekken 7 but we do know that the game apparently manages to finish off the Mishima storyline (or so we think) as a key character in the game's long-running story about the battling bloodline in a very corrupt family tree.
Bandai Namco is planning to announce Tekken 7 tonight. However, the first details on the fighting game leaked out this afternoon.
Without Memory is an upcoming game from Russian developer Dinosaurum. The game is scheduled to arrive for the PlayStation 4 but not the Xbox One.
Yager Development, the Berlin based game studio that brought you critically acclaimed titles like Spec Ops: The Line, have announced that they will be unveiling a brand new first-person shooter IP at E3 next week.
Epic Games is really diving head-first into emergent business models. I have to really applaud this for this move. For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, I'll explain it like this: Epic Games is acting like an indie hipster.
The Assassin's Creed Unity trailer was beautiful but how would it have looked if the game used Unreal Engine 4? A new trailer shows us the possibilities.
The latest tool demonstration video is the one that seals the deal: the Unreal Engine 4 SDK is one of the easiest design tools available on the market.
Thinking about diving knee-deep into the creative territory of interactive digital entertainment? Well, things just got a heck of a lot easier thanks to Epic Games revealing that you can now get in good... real good with the Unreal Engine 4 for a flat, monthly subscription fee.
Rodeo Games has grabbed up a license for the Unreal Engine 4. While the game that Rodeo is working on is under close wraps, the studio did make it known that they were working on a franchise near and dear to the heart of Games Workshop.
Microsoft Studios has purchased the rights to all past and future Gears of War titles from creators Epic Games. They've assigned Black Tusk Studios to develop the next title in the co-op shooter series.
Cyan, the studio responsible for the puzzle games Myst and Riven, has announced a new first-person adventure. Obduction is in development for PC and Mac and should be released in late 2015.
Fable Legends will be coming exclusively to Xbox One, Microsoft and Lionhead Studios announced today. They've released full details and assets on the next-gen RPG powered by Unreal Engine 4.
Layered materials isn't anything particularly new in terms layering multiple textures on top of each other and blending them in something like Photoshop or Paintshop to get a desired look. However, layered materials as an in-engine pipeline tool hasn't really been explored in many engines, until now.