You may remember that a few days back we published a video showcasing the iconic Facility level from GoldenEye 64 remade using the state of the art Unreal Engine 4. Well, a few of the developers behind the hit Nintendo 64 original have seen the work created by Jude Wilson and are suitably impressed. So much so that they’ve asked Rare or PlayTonic to give him a job. Pretty neat, huh?
Unreal Engine 4 has been used to build some unbelievably realistic environments and characters, but user Preston Dunagan found another way to impress. From scratch, Dunagan used the engine to recreate the entire Kanto region to scale: gyms, houses, trees, and all. The whole process took him a total of 7 months. You can see the final product in the video below.
We’ve seen various classic video games recreated using the state of the art Unreal Engine 4 and the latest one is the iconic GoldenEye 64. Artist Jude Wilson has recreated the famous Facility level using the Unreal Engine 4 tools at his disposal and the end results are extremely impressive.
Chrono Trigger is regarded as one of the all-time great JRPG’s so it comes as no surprise that a fan has recreated the game using the stunning state of the art Unreal Engine 4. YouTube user Praetus has recreated the iconic Millennial Fair and as you would expect the end results are gorgeous. The user says that all textures are hand painted using Photoshop and 3D Coat. Check it out in the video, above!
YouTuber CryZENx is at it again and has recreated the beloved The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask using the state of the art Unreal Engine 4. The lush video recreates one of the scenes towards the end of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and showcases the use of the Fierce Deity and Deku Scrub Link mask. You can watch some other Nintendo properties transformed in Unreal Engine 4, right here.
YouTuber ArtistArtorias has splendidly recreated the iconic Kakariko Village from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time using the impressive Unreal Engine 4. It’s one of the best Unreal Engine 4 renditions that I’ve seen and everything has stayed near enough faithful to the beloved Nintendo 64 original. Be sure to give the video a watch below to see what’s possible in Unreal Engine 4.
Talented YouTuber CryZENx is back again and this time he has decided to recreate Samus in a stunning Unreal Engine 4 tech demo. CryZENx’s previous works include recreating Sonic, Pokemon, and many more using the exquisite game engine. The demo admittedly looks gorgeous especially Samus’s super shiny suit and the deadly hand cannon. Whether Nintendo will take the realistic route with Samus’s next adventure on the NX remains to be seen.