Kirby Goes Open World In Unreal Engine 4 Demo

Ever wondered what a Kirby open world game could look like in a modern game engine? Well, time to find out.

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Koopdogg1210d ago

Kirby ,now there's a blast from the past lol

SunnyZ1210d ago (Edited 1210d ago )

What a piece of crap...

Yes we all know an infinite amount of models can be imported into the UE4 demo.

Come up with some original stuff...

uncharted561210d ago

I don't see you doing jack shit then comment on stuff negatively. Maybe you should do something original you hater.

SunnyZ1210d ago (Edited 1210d ago )

So you think every person with the model importing skills of a 10 year old deserves their own news piece?

This has been done time and time and time and time and time and time and time again...

Everyone is getting sick of it.

Yes, we all know models can be imported into the engine.

What's the big deal?

uncharted561210d ago

You should criticize the media who reported this news and honestly I don't see a problem in reporting news like this either cuz not everyone knows about technical stuff like this and its just a cool fan made thing for other people to view. Honestly I hate people like you who criticize every and anything for no reason.

Lamboomington1210d ago (Edited 1210d ago )

So importing models and animations and sounds into UE4 then showing them off in a video is a bad thing ?

"come up with some original stuff"
What did the uploader do to warrant that response ?

He's not the one that wrote an article, or put it on n4g. Just so you know.

alti1210d ago

Alright, we get it already. You can import obj's and their animations of crappy 3D models into a nice pre-made UE4 environment. Stop it already; nobody cares.

*looks up*

yeah, what sunnyz said. Geez.

scark921210d ago

I want to see a Samus one!

instantstupor1210d ago

I'm waiting for the Pong one!

I don't want to rain on parades, but the number of things being dragged from the past into the same UE4 grassy knoll is bordering on tedium.

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