Start/Select - Fortnite Has Unreal 4, GTAV has Two Screenshots
- Jul 13, 2012
In today's week-ending newspile, you'll find a heap of updates on Epic's build-em-up Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto V, Ultima Forever, and the Steam Summer Sale. With a sprinkling of your comments on top.
@nate1222 Unreal 4? Did you watch the same video as me? They talked about the Unreal Engine 4, which is a game engine not a game.
What is the aim of Fortnite?...To build a pillow fort?...If that's the case I've got a broken credit card,and a broken bus card, all because I tried the CD tray, didn't work, so I spent the next hour or so jamming them into every orifice on the computers front and backside...thanks a lot Jane...
Another great Start/Select like usual what were my impressions of this show. Fortnite just looks like a kiddie game to me I have no interest in it what so ever. The folks developing it can use whatever engine they want I'll be holding onto my money at the end of the day through.
The real news I would like to hear more of is a new RDR sequel since in my opinion that Ip was the biggest stand alone this console generation..
BTW I took a 14th century Chaucer class a year or so ago and yes, it's that hard to read. My professor was from Wales so she was obviously amazing with it, but I couldn't read it worth a damn.
I know it's a lot about GTA V to be uncovered, but I IMMENSELY do hope Rockstar is not constraining players to one big city again. Open areas such as the countryside, long streches of road, soaring over different scenery in planes (not just helicopters) and the occasionally rural towns is really the essence of the GTA series, and GTA IV took it all away. I remember being quite frustrated with the airport being just a useless pile of concrete with no function whatsoever.
Sure GTA IV is a great game in many ways, but it never actually felt like a true GTA game in my opinion.
Upstairs, Jane just transformed from adorable to sexy-as-all-get-out bout 5:50 into the video. Not so much the overtly sexual undertones of jamming anything into ANYTHING, but the sly little "ye?" she casually drops after the punchline. Maybe slim can hang...