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  • 10 Of The Most Influential FPS Multiplayer Maps Ever

    We recently spoke with a bevy of game developers for a feature on what “the rules” were for constructing great first person shooter multiplayer maps. (Read Part One and Part Two of our Guide to building the best FPS maps) This naturally got us thinking about the best FPS multiplayer maps in history, but then we thought of a different...

    Posted December 19, 2011

    10 Of The Most Influential FPS Multiplayer Maps Ever
  • Unreal Engine 3 Supported In Flash Player 11

    Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3 has been around for years now, providing the backbone for many of the games we've obsessed over in recent times. While the version 3 update to Epic's proprietary engine was originally used for PC games and current gen consoles, increasingly powerful hardware has brought Unreal's processing power to mobile devices...

    Posted October 5, 2011

    Unreal Engine 3 Supported In Flash Player 11
  • Unreal Development Kit Launch Trailer

    Posted: November 5, 2009

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  • Epic Studio Tour

    Posted: July 21, 2009

    9,105 Views | 03:53

 


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