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Star Wars: Jedi Academy

Star Wars: Jedy Academy - fans make a multiplayer version of the game on Unreal ...

Star Wars: Jedi Academy, one of the most loved titles on the Star Wars community thanks to a fan made project realized on Unreal Engine 4. Stop there, no it's not the real game ...

The Vision - The open-world developed for one-person 4 years

Justin Darlington is working from 4 years on a project called The Vision. The game is presented as a third-person survival open-world, which uses the Unreal Engine 4. And a few days ago, ...
Half-life fan-made demo of 3

Half Life 3 - demo of a fan-made version of Unreal Engine 4 available ...

Good news for Half-Life fans. Denys Almaral released a demo of its fan-made version of Half-Life 3 in Unreal Engine 4. The most interesting aspect of this story is that it uses assets ...
epic Games

Soon we will interact with digitized humans thanks to Epic Games and the Unreal Engine 4

Technology is advancing more and more and over the years, limiting ourselves to the videogame world and the graphics sector, giant steps have been taken, with a photorealism ever closer to reality. This ...
Diddy Kong Racing

A small part of Diddy Kong Racing recreated with Unreal Engine 4

If you've had a Nintendo 64 in your life, you've probably played Diddy Kong Racing. Unlike Mario Kart 64, this game was more skill-oriented and with its ...

Unreal Engine 4 will have some improvements thanks to Fortnite

Epic Games has made a long series of changes and improvements to the Unreal Engine 4 to meet the requirements of the Battle Royale modalities, so far so fashionable. One of the reasons that pushed ...

FATED, new game for Oculus and Vive

Canadian independent developer Frima Studio has announced that its virtual reality experience set in Norse mythology, FATED: The Silent Oath, will be available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive from the 28 April, ...

Shadow Moses: Online the first trailer

The first trailer of Shadow Moses was published yesterday on Youtube by the iRam Gamer channel. For those who missed something, Shadow Moses is nothing but a remake made only by a ...

Epic - Today the thanksgiving event for the creators begins

Epic through its Epic Games Store has just kicked off an event to thank the creators of community content. So Epic ...

Google Stadia, revealed the 12 games available at the launch of the service

In the past few hours, Google has unveiled the official list of the first 12 titles that will be available for purchase at the launch on Google Stadia, in ...

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