Jessica and Trish’s relationship in Jessica Jones was without a doubt one of the highlights of its first season. We saw it grow from estrangement to affection, culminating in Jessica telling Trish she loved her as she snapped Kilgrave’s neck. They’re the Daria and Jane of superheroes, and it looks like we’re going to…
The early days of first person shooters like Quake and Unreal Tournament gave birth to one of the most unique types of video game AIs: the FPS bot. Within a few years time these mindless enemies became an institution. Then just as quickly as they arrived, they disappeared.
Epic Games is making a new Unreal Tournament game, they announced today on their livestream. It'll be developed in collaboration with fans, and it'll be free.
So this is gorgeous. The video up top is a leaked demo of the Unreal Engine 4. It's been shown at GDC, and Kotaku isn't sure if it's a new, next gen game or just a tech demo. But either way, it's stunning for in-game visuals.
Infinity Blade, the stunning Unreal Engine 3-powered iOS game, just got a fat new update, bringing six new game arenas (essentially doubling the size of the game), ten new enemies, and over 30 new swords, shields, magic rings and the like. Hopefully you're knight's well rested. Oh, and the app is on sale for just $3…
We've seen HDR make life look hyperreal before but this short film takes it to another level. The chapel is real, built in 1796 in Poland, but it looks like something out of Gears of War. Just watch.
Then dubbed Project Sword, Epic Games' Infinity Blade had as grand an unveiling as any iOS game could ever hope for—an introduction from Steve Jobs himself. It's finally available, and, in short, it was definitely worth the hype.
Having a crappy day? This can't help but lift your spirits by capturing everything that is truly awesome about cheesy scifi, and giving it to you in one glorious, CGI-spangled package.
Unreal Engine 3? The graphics engine that powers many, many games (Gears of War, Mass Effect, Arkham Asylum) on consoles today? Ported on to Palm's webOS? Neat, but not as neat as you'd think.