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Unreal Engine 5 Is Coming And Showing What Next-Gen Might Do
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 14th of May 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Unreal The Unreal Engine 5 is announced and a new tech demo shows off what could be possible on the PS5 using the latest version of Unreal for developers Many new gamers out there may only know Epic Games for some of their video games out there and not the fact that their biggest bread and butter is the engine that many video games out there run on based on their early title Unreal. Obviously, any of those seasoned gamers out there would know this already and some of the power this engine has offered over the years for those who do not have the time or resources to develop their own engine. Now, as part of the first of the announcements for the Summer Game Fest, we have the official announcement that the Unreal Engine 5 is coming. Read More...
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The Unreal Engine 4 And A Bit More Under The Hood
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 5th of December 2013 - 11:38 PM ]
Shock And Awe At The Power And Utility Given With The Unreal Engine 4. We've Seen The Final Project. Now See How It Was Done. Time to take a little side trip away from the normal hustle and bustle of gaming and go down the avenue of how some of our favorite games, or soon to be favorite games, are made. I think any of us would be hard pressed to not be able to name a title made via the Unreal Engine. If you have to think too hard on that then you must turn in your 'Gamer Card' now. Read More...
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Mercenary Ops Beta Opens
by Fred Buell [ Tuesday, 15th of May 2012 - 06:11 PM ]
Mercenary Ops; the new free-to-play 3rd person shooter MMO due out this Summer from Yingpei Games; is now accepting beta applicants. All you have to do is 'Like' their Facebook page and beta hopefuls will be selected and sent out beta codes for the promising game. Beta entrants will be allowed into the servers June 20th. I think Mercenary Ops looks great for being a F2P MMO and being based in the Unreal Engine 3 only helps. Customizable weapons and character perks put this along with other MMOs in terms of gear, but its co-op missions, boss fights and head to head style modes keep this game firmly secured in the world of shooters. Read More...
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The Punisher Doesn't Do Mercy
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 23rd of June 2009 - 11:22 PM ]
‘THE PUNISHER: NO MERCY’ BRINGS DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO THE PLAYSTATION®NETWORK With Transformers giving you the explosions and fireworks to start of the 4th of July (United States Holiday), ZEN Studios figured they would give PSN users the Bang. Yes, that was a bad stretch to get this worked in, but who cares what you think?* It worked for a good lead into what this is all about. Before you skip on to read the release below, let me sum it up for you. Read More...
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Ignition Licenses Unreal Engine 3
by Andy [ Monday, 7th of July 2008 - 07:15 PM ]
Ignition Ltd. announced today that they are going to be licensing the Unreal Engine 3 for a new groundbreaking FPS currently in development in Florida. “Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 is an extremely versatile engine,” said Jeremy Stieglitz, Game Director and Lead Designer, Ignition Florida. “So when deciding on technology for Ignition Florida's first next-generation video game, there was no questioning that Unreal Engine 3 is the way to go.”“Ignition Florida is pushing Unreal Engine 3 in a very exciting direction, especially in terms of environmental capabilities,” said Mark Rein, Vice President, Epic Games. Read More...
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