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Tripwire Interactive - Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Mapping Contest 2012
Tripwire Interactive is hosting a map making contest for their popular war game Red Orchestra 2, with over $35000 in prizes, the headline prize being $10000 AND a high-end Origin PC laptop with a custom Red Orchestra 2 paint job.
Check out Tripwire’s website for more info.

Tripwire Interactive - Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Mapping Contest 2012

Tripwire Interactive is hosting a map making contest for their popular war game Red Orchestra 2, with over $35000 in prizes, the headline prize being $10000 AND a high-end Origin PC laptop with a custom Red Orchestra 2 paint job.

Check out Tripwire’s website for more info.

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Depth

Depth is a competitive multiplayer aquatic game in the making. You can either be a fearsome shark doing what sharks do best (eat people) or a quick and intelligent human seeking out treasure on the ocean floor. (Read more)

This looks interesting to me, but not interesting enough to pay for. What do you all think? Free to play or would you pay?

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Final Fantasy VII Remake by Studio Paint

No, this is not the same thing you saw a long while ago from Square Enix. No, this is a Spanish team who used Final Fantasy VII as a learning experience to turn the exploration aspect into first person perspective using the Unreal Engine.

You can actually download the demo for the PC here, but make sure you get it ASAP since fanmade versions of Square Enix games don’t tend to last long once word gets out. Anybody remember what happened to Chrono Resurrection?

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Unreal Engine 3 comes to Flash


Today in Los Angeles our CEO & founder, Tim Sweeney, appeared on stage at the Adobe Max event to demonstrate Unreal Engine 3 running in Flash.

We’ve been working closely with Adobe on this technology for quite some time and today we are revealing it publicly.  A few months ago when we decided we would do a demo for this event, we weren’t sure what we were going to show. The first content we decided to try in Flash was “Epic Citadel” and it ran amazingly well – better than we expected it would, considering how early on this was.  But we began thinking that maybe a demo of content designed for mobile was setting expectations too low and we should aim higher.



In my opinion, this is amazing and you should all check out more here

Unreal Engine 3 comes to Flash

Today in Los Angeles our CEO & founder, Tim Sweeney, appeared on stage at the Adobe Max event to demonstrate Unreal Engine 3 running in Flash.

We’ve been working closely with Adobe on this technology for quite some time and today we are revealing it publicly.  A few months ago when we decided we would do a demo for this event, we weren’t sure what we were going to show. The first content we decided to try in Flash was “Epic Citadel” and it ran amazingly well – better than we expected it would, considering how early on this was.  But we began thinking that maybe a demo of content designed for mobile was setting expectations too low and we should aim higher.

In my opinion, this is amazing and you should all check out more here

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Street Fighter II Bathhouse Redux

Polycount, a leading community portal for video game artists, hosts a 3D art competition called BRAWL. In the latest contest, artists were charged with bringing to life classic fighting game characters and scenes using today’s high-end graphics tools and technology.

Epic Games Senior Technical Artist Jordan Walker tapped into the muscle of Unreal Engine 3’s DirectX 11 feature set to produce a palpable interpretation of E. Honda’s bathhouse fromCapcom’s Street Fighter II. This re-imagined environment took home first place in the ‘Stage’ category.

Read more here.