Epic Games Japan territory manager confirms that many Nintendo Switch games are being developed with Unreal Engine 4, including major titles and brand new games.
One curious video game fan uses Unreal Engine 4 to stage the beginning of a battle between two different creatures from Pokemon and the results look decidedly awesome.
In a new tweet, Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 announces a new partnership with Nintendo to help developers bring games to the newly-revealed Switch using its engine.
Creative Assembly 3D artist James Brady recreates the Midwich Elementary School from the first Silent Hill game using Unreal Engine 4 to stunning results.
Find a lamp, head back to Hunter’s Dream one last time and experience the nightmarish realism that Unreal Engine 4 brings to Bloodborne’s creepy safe haven.
A UK-based environment artist by the name of Ross Littlejohn uses Unreal Engine 4 to recreate the Medical Pavilion level from the first BioShock game.
Following his Unreal Engine 4 recreations of the Temple of Time, Zora’s Domain, and Death Mountain, YouTuber CryZENx recreates Ocarina of Time’s popular Gerudo Valley.
One Unreal Engine 4 user decides to test out their game design abilities in a rather unique way, taking the time to recreate the first level of the original Doom in the engine.
A truly dedicated fan of Nintendo’s Super Mario Sunshine recreates one of the maps from the popular GameCube platform video game using Unreal Engine 4.
Popular creator and YouTuber CryZENx recreates the Temple of Time from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time by utilizing the power of Unreal Engine 4.
One fan of GoldenEye 007 gloriously recreates the classic first-person shooter’s level ‘Facility’ using the Unreal Engine 4 game development software.
Square Enix announces the technology that will power the Final Fantasy 7 remake. The game will use Unreal Engine 4, and for its lighting, Enlighten tech from Geomerics.
One fan painstakingly recreates the Millenial Fair, one of the most memorable settings in Squaresoft’s iconic RPG Chrono Trigger, in glorious 3D graphics.
YouTuber AristArtorias uploads a video that shows off what Kakariko Village might have looked like if the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time used the Unreal 4 Engine.
Modders add Nintendo’s beloved pink blob into Unreal Engine 4, quickly making the once adorable little mascot nightmare fodder for the unsuspecting masses.
Modders put Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur into Unreal Engine 4, giving fans a look at what a console version of Pokemon could possibly look like.
Resident Evil 2: Reborn, an unauthorized remake of the PSX classic, is scheduled to hit in the next month or two, bringing with it new graphics and updated gameplay.