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Do you remember the very first Spyro The Dragon game on PlayStation? The graphics were blocky and unrealistic, but it was a darn-good platformer with a good deal of difficulty. But now, someone has taken the old Spyro that we know and love and transformed him in Unreal Engine 4—and it looks pretty amazing.
It should come as no surprise that the next Metal Gear game won’t have Hideo Kojima at the helm; or anyone you’re familiar with, for that matter. That’s because the next Metal Gear game is an unofficial remake of the original Metal Gear Solid, being rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 by Airam Hernandez.
In case Five Nights at Freddy’s wasn’t already terrifying enough for you, a clever programmer decided to recreate some of the game’s imagery in Unreal Engine 4, making things look a whole lot more real. Because, you know, who needs to fall asleep tonight?
Studio Wildcard has announced that modding support has now become available in Ark: Survival Evolved, the game that has sold more than a million copies in under a month and made more than $10 million in revenue while still being in Early Access.
A new video featuring an Unreal Engine 4 rendition of Mario running around and bouncing off walls has taken the internet by storm and has gone viral. You can see the video in action below, where a visually updated Mario with all the moves from Super Mario 64 runs around in demo stages and tutorial levels from the Unreal Engine 4.
This is a really odd thing, but the game MediEvil for the PlayStation One has been recreated as a prototype demo in the Unreal Engine 4. It's more of a tech demonstration to advertise the Unreal Engine, but it definitely shows some potential promise for Sony to return to the franchise for the PS4.
Bandai Namco released a new trailer for Tekken 7. This time the trailer spotlights one of the new characters on the roster named Gigas. The character is a giant, muscle-bound grappler with a lot of pound-the-ground moves... literally.
The Call of Duty series moved on from World War 2 many years ago. However, some former developers of Call of Duty are heading back to WW2 with their new multiplayer shooter.
Lately, there have been a lot of rumblings in the gaming and sports communities about a potential rival attempting to take the crown from Electronic Arts's annual Madden NFL series. Well, the rumblings have some weight behind them, because Joe Montana confirmed that a football game is on the way. And it's running on the Unreal Engine 4.
A new trailer has been released for the recently updated version of Unreal Tournament, which is being designed in part with the community and running on the latest version of the Unreal Engine 4. The trailer showcases an absolutely gorgeous new map called Outpost 23, and is accompanied by a few new additions to the marketplace.
Epic Games took the next big leap into the realm of breaking down barriers and opening up the bridge between dreaming up a cool game and making that cool game. How did they break down the barrier? By removing the financial hurdles for small outlets, starting studios and indie devs to get over.
First-person adventure game Titanic: Honor and Glory will let players explore a virtual version of the doomed luxury liner. If they're not careful, they'll go down with the ship too.
Rockstar Games' Bully is one of those games that have gone down in history as an instant-classic (although, few titles in Rockstar's library haven't been labeled as instant-classics) and it just received the HD treatment courtesy of the Unreal Engine 4. Check it out below.
Nvidia has recently unveiled their Tegra X1 mobile processing chip. It's being hailed by the company as a “mobile superchip”. The chip can do approximately 1.1 teraflops worth of calculations per second and is claimed to be as powerful as today's home consoles and PCs.