This week, Microsoft has touted a new initiative that they’ve said will unify platforms, making it easier to for developers to release games on both PC and Xbox One. But at least one major developer isn’t thrilled with Microsoft’s plans.
Today, a company called Epic Games announced a video game called Paragon, and it might take some serious investigative reporting to figure out what it actually is. Let’s see if we’re up to the task.
Kan-Ra is so dead right now. With a sliver of health against Sabrewulf with a full bar of backup, how can he possibly win this match? Watch.
Yesterday on Twitter I bore witness to something amazing—nine hours of Twitter-based Five Nights At Freddy's role-playing. It was horrible. I was riveted.
Tencent, which owns a majority stake in Riot and a minority stake in Epic, has been attacked, with their Beijing office having been vandalized earlier today.
Beautiful, bright areas? In an FPS? From the looks of the 'playable concept art' in this video, the fans helping Epic Games make the next Unreal Tournament will be contributing to what could possibly be a very well-lit and attractive shooter.
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.
Are we (finally) getting a new Unreal Tournament game? We'll find out at 2pm Eastern, when the folks at Epic Games promise they'll be talking about "the future of Unreal Tournament."
Van Damme's still got it! The ad says this video was made to demonstrate the stability of Volvo trucks, but deep down, we all know it was set up to show how awesome Jean-Claude Van Damme and his famous split are. This time, he does it between two reversing trucks.
With a 64-bit A7 processor delivering double the graphics processing power of the previous model, the iPhone 5s is the perfect place to debut the latest installment of the platform's most impressive looking title. Infinity Blade III will hit the app store on September 18. [Update — Now with video!]
Former Epic designer Cliff Bleszinski (not pictured) has been selected by an "independent panel" to be one of the first 8000 people in the world to get a pair of Google's potentially pioneering/ridiculous wearable computers, Google Glass.
This week at the Game Developers Conference, Epic Games took their usual opportunity to show off the latest developments in their whiz-bang Unreal graphics technology. In addition to the shooty/demonic demos in futuristic/fantasy settings, one of the most touted features of the engine was that it can scale from…
This Gears of War: Judgment easter egg won't teach the Locust to play guitar, but it will turn them into Bucketheads.
The entire room was packed. This has to be a fire hazard, someone said. It probably was, but no one cared. They were too busy looking at cool games they had never seen before and meeting game creators they had heard of and never heard of before.
Back in 2010, Epic Games released an Unreal Engine 3 tech demo for the iPhone and iPad that opened gamers' eyes to the potential for console-quality gaming on Apple's portable devices. Now it's out for Android, and it's prettier (and more useful) than ever.
Epic Games president Mike Capps is stepping down from from his role as company president to take on a more advisory role, he announced today in a blog post on the Epic site. Capps cited his coming baby boy as a primary reason for the move.
... was be visible. "So what," you might say. "Isn't that part of his job?" Actually, it isn't.