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From the video description:

Several months ago, it was suggested to me by a friend that a fun/challenging exercise would be to recreate an environment from an old game I like using modern techniques. I thought this was a great idea, so I have put together a recreation and personal adaptation of The Temple of Time from The Legend of Zelda.

The footage was captured from Unreal Engine 4. Other software used: Maya, Z-brush, Photoshop
Via CryZENx
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So, about that new Zelda game....

Download this super snazzy Temple of Time here.

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Unreal Engine 4 is free to use for everyone! If you ship your project commercially, a 5% royalty goes to Epic.  Get it here, and let your imagination run free.  Think of all the stuff you could make!

Via aryoksini
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3D artist Aryok Pinera made this stunning recreation of everyone's favorite video game plumber in Unreal Engine 4.  Imagine if the next Nintendo console looked like this!

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Previously in Unreal Engine 4... 

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Submerged drops you into an unknown drowned city by boat, with a sick brother who needs to be nursed back to health.  You'll climb buildings and find hidden caches of supplies you'll need to help him while exploring this mysterious city.  The game uses Unreal Engine 4, and is designed to explore without the pressure of failure-- explore at your own pace without worrying about death, and learn the secrets of the city and your character.

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Granted some fans of the Zelda franchise have already stepped forth to offer up a comically critical take on the environment as appearing to be some sort of 'pretty nuclear oven.'



Fair enough, fair enough. They should really unleash an HD version of this game though..

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Modder Daniel Luchau is building Elwynn Forest in Unreal Engine 4, and even though this video shows it still in early development, the ten year old map looks absolutely beautiful.  

Via Jason B
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You can check out several decks of the starship Enterprise from Star Trek: The Next Generation designed in glorious detail in the Unreal Engine. It's also Oculus ready!

Via Scizz
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A few of them are based on real life classroom references, but most of these classrooms are based on scenes from anime. Can you point out a few?

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You can download James Brady's Silent Hill recreation here, and have a walk around in the strangely captivating place yourself. While the teaser itself isn't a spot-on recreation of Midwich Elementary School, it does manage to pay homage to certain elements drawn from the series as a whole like the Halo of the Sun icon, and Robbie the Rabbit.

What up Robbie, what up.


Via: Nobuyuki7