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  1. Craving some more action from the Arkham series of Batman games? Warner Bros. might be releasing something to give you your Batman fix later this year. Batman: Return to Arkham is a combination of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City remastered for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The two games will be recreated in Unreal Engine 4 and include all downloadable content that was released for both titles. Character models will be updated and improved along with lighting and particle effects. No word yet on whether the improved versions of these two games will be making their way to PC (though given the kerfuffle with Arkham Knight, it is doubtful if Warner Bros. will bother with PC for the remaster). Batman: Return to Arkham releases July 26 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
  2. Craving some more action from the Arkham series of Batman games? Warner Bros. might be releasing something to give you your Batman fix later this year. Batman: Return to Arkham is a combination of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City remastered for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The two games will be recreated in Unreal Engine 4 and include all downloadable content that was released for both titles. Character models will be updated and improved along with lighting and particle effects. No word yet on whether the improved versions of these two games will be making their way to PC (though given the kerfuffle with Arkham Knight, it is doubtful if Warner Bros. will bother with PC for the remaster). Batman: Return to Arkham releases July 26 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. View full article
  3. Today, Epic Games announced that they would be instituting a much more reasonable pricing model for developers to license Unreal Engine 4. Previously developers would have to pay an arm and possibly a leg or two in order to access an Unreal Engine. Luckily, with the rising costs of game development becoming apparent to everyone, Epic Games decided to lower the entry cost for video game creators looking to start out with top notch software. Beginning today, developers may license Unreal Engine 4 for 5% of whatever money they make from their product as well as $19 per month per Unreal Engine 4 user. This is a huge boon for smaller indie devs that couldn't afford the high, flat cost of creating a game using Unreal Engine 3. What does this mean for gamers? We can look forward to more visually impressive from smaller studios who will be free to pursue their creative visions and more features in games from larger studios that don't have to spend quite as much time focusing on the visual aspects of their blockbusters. For any fledgling game developers out there, now seems to be a great time to get into the trenches and start cranking out games. View full article
  4. Today, Epic Games announced that they would be instituting a much more reasonable pricing model for developers to license Unreal Engine 4. Previously developers would have to pay an arm and possibly a leg or two in order to access an Unreal Engine. Luckily, with the rising costs of game development becoming apparent to everyone, Epic Games decided to lower the entry cost for video game creators looking to start out with top notch software. Beginning today, developers may license Unreal Engine 4 for 5% of whatever money they make from their product as well as $19 per month per Unreal Engine 4 user. This is a huge boon for smaller indie devs that couldn't afford the high, flat cost of creating a game using Unreal Engine 3. What does this mean for gamers? We can look forward to more visually impressive from smaller studios who will be free to pursue their creative visions and more features in games from larger studios that don't have to spend quite as much time focusing on the visual aspects of their blockbusters. For any fledgling game developers out there, now seems to be a great time to get into the trenches and start cranking out games.
  5. When we hear news coming out of a big gaming conference like GDC, often it relates to the next big AAA game. However, sometimes that news is about a little game that is hoping to make a difference. Enter: The Forest Project. The Forest Project is a game being put together and crowdsourced by Opaque Multimedia with the goal of using it to provide dementia patients with a soothing visit to a forest, something they might not otherwise be able to experience. using Unreal Engine 4, their goal is to create as high fidelity of an environment as possible, while maintaining easily understood interactive elements. Though dementia patients are the initial target of this endeavor, patients with various cognitive conditions like Alzheimer's or brain trauma could also benefit from the soothing virtual world presented by The Forest Project. Additionally, the game provides care givers with the opportunity to move around a virtual home while experiencing the effects of dementia, allowing them to better understand the people under their care. The idea is that as caregivers better understand their patients, the quality of care goes up. The team at Opaque is looking to raise $90,000 in crowdsourced money to fund their game, a sliver of what many games seek on services like Kickstarter. Should they raise more than their intended goal, more environments are planned like a beach or Christmas-themed areas. Be sure to check out the team's crowdsourcing page if you'd like more information on their project, goals, or if you'd like to be one of their backers. View full article
  6. When we hear news coming out of a big gaming conference like GDC, often it relates to the next big AAA game. However, sometimes that news is about a little game that is hoping to make a difference. Enter: The Forest Project. The Forest Project is a game being put together and crowdsourced by Opaque Multimedia with the goal of using it to provide dementia patients with a soothing visit to a forest, something they might not otherwise be able to experience. using Unreal Engine 4, their goal is to create as high fidelity of an environment as possible, while maintaining easily understood interactive elements. Though dementia patients are the initial target of this endeavor, patients with various cognitive conditions like Alzheimer's or brain trauma could also benefit from the soothing virtual world presented by The Forest Project. Additionally, the game provides care givers with the opportunity to move around a virtual home while experiencing the effects of dementia, allowing them to better understand the people under their care. The idea is that as caregivers better understand their patients, the quality of care goes up. The team at Opaque is looking to raise $90,000 in crowdsourced money to fund their game, a sliver of what many games seek on services like Kickstarter. Should they raise more than their intended goal, more environments are planned like a beach or Christmas-themed areas. Be sure to check out the team's crowdsourcing page if you'd like more information on their project, goals, or if you'd like to be one of their backers.
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