Saints Row The Third Gameplay Episode 12

Just another episode of Saints Row The Third gameplay.  This time, it’s episode #12.  Enjoy the show!!!

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Saints Row The Third Gameplay Episode 03

Just another episode of Saints Row The Third gameplay.  This time, it’s episode #3.  Enjoy the show!!!

Saints Row The Third Gameplay Episode 01

Check out the first episode of Saints Row The Third gameplay.  Enjoy the show!!!

Bioshock Infinite Gameplay Episode 04

Just another episode of Bioshock Infinite gameplay.  This time, it’s episode #4.  Enjoy the show!!!

Bioshock Infinite Gameplay Episode 02

Continuing the first episode of Bioshock Infinite gameplay.  Here is the episode #2.  Enjoy!!!

Can Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo Inspire You To Make A Few Games With Unreal Development Kit?

I bet when you’re done watching Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo, your creative side might want to soak in the inspiration of making a video game.  Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo is just a demo of what Unreal Engine 4 game editor is capable of.  Basically, game developers can use the latest Unreal Engine game editor (i.e., Unreal Engine 4) to create similar games with artistic look such as the Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo.  Of course, I think if game developers — who rely on Unreal Engine 4 — do have really good artists on team, they might be able to churn out games that have even better art feel than the Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo.  Anyhow, if you are inspired to create a game right after you have seen Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo, you can totally download and install Unreal Development Kit onto your computer and make a game or two to scratch off that inspiration of yours.  Unreal Development Kit is free to download and play around with, but if you want to create a game for real so you can commercialize it, then I think you have to pay a license fee and subject to other sorts of agreements between you and Epic Games (the owner of Unreal Engine and Unreal Development Kit).  Oh, to be able to write code for Unreal Development Kit projects, you might need a good programming editor that can be configured to recognize Unreal Engine codes.  I think ConTEXT editor will be a good choice for this very purpose.  You can check out the Unreal Engine 4 “Infiltrator” Demo right after the break.