The hero of the Infinity Blade series never really dies. Each time he falls he is reborn, accruing skill and power until he's an unstoppable force. The same could be said for the series itself.
The free Epic Citadel app is the Unreal Engine 3-powered way to determine how game-capable your mobile hardware is, so Intel decided to use it to demonstrate the power of the Clover Trail+ Atom Z2580, its first dual-core smartphone system-on-a-chip.
Racing to the app store later this month, Speed Kills uses Unreal Engine 3 to make these wheeled (and not-so-wheeled) warriors look like the most dangerous toy cars ever.
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.
We've seen how Epic's Unreal Engine 3 can be used to create dark, gritty and realistic games like The Dark Meadow, Horn and Infinity Blade. Bit Monster's Lili takes the powerful mobile game developing toolset in an entirely new direction, resulting in a whimsically magical experience that easily earns a spot among our
Gameloft, most recently of the Dark Knight Rises tie-in fame, have recently been promising their first mobile game using Unreal 3. That game is Wild Blood, and that is its trailer you see here.
With games like Infinity Blade and Dark Meadow, developers have proven that Unreal Engine 3 can do dark and gothic. The colorful adventure role-playing game Lili, crafted by the former Epic developers at BitMonster Games, utilizes the engine's power to create something much more fanciful.
A couple of months ago a game developer who works on a very well-known video game walked out of a secret demonstration of Epic Games' new Unreal Engine 4 and told me it was the most impressive thing he'd ever seen in his gaming career.
Here's a look at the history of the Unreal Engine, put together by Kotaku video editor Chris Person.
If you've loved the look of a big-budget game in the recent years, there's a really good chance that it was built on Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3. Titles like Batman: Arkham City to Infinity Blade II all relied on the software suite to create astounding visuals. As good as current-generation Unreal 3 games look, the…
Epic rolled out the latest Unreal Engine 3 features reel at the Game Developers Conference today, reminding us once more why it's so damn popular with game makers.
Epic Games likes to show off at the Game Developers Conference.
Here's the beauty of competition. Earlier this week, Epic Games showed off the Unreal Engine 3 supporting Adobe's Flash. Meanwhile, rival game engine maker Crytek is seeing what flash magic it can unleash.
From what we've heard, the next generation of consoles from Microsoft and Sony won't be with us until around 2014. Now CEO of Epic Games, Tim Sweeney, suggests something similar.
The creepy cousin to Epic's own Infinity Blade, The Dark Meadow channels all of the iOS power of the Unreal Engine 3 into one twisted tale of creatures and crossbows.
Epic Games isn't just showing off the latest improvements to the Unreal Engine 3 at GDC 2011. They're showing us what the next-generation of games should look like. Do the images hold up to the hype?
The Spire is an upcoming adventure game that is played entirely in first-person, is made by a small indie studio and looks like the bees knees.