- May 29, 2013
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ZenStudios-Mel 1 day ago
Star Wars Pinball VR is being developed in Unreal.
Speaking of which, I really like how Epic gives away a free game every month. I've racked up quite a library of really great titles. I know it's bait, but it works and I love it. Sure, I'd prefer Steam, but even though I've been there since the beginning, I'm not exclusively loyal to Steam because otherwise I'd be missing out on a lot of good stuff elsewhere.
I just think the Zen originals aren't worth buying, much less re-buying and physics wont matter there anyway. I think Zen will find that out too. They've said that it's the number one requested feature, but I think the people making the requests are just wanting to actually get value out of the tables they already own.
On the brighter side, I am excited that digital pinball in a mainstream format will continue to exist and advance.
Zen had 2 choices essentially with graphics engines, Unity or Unreal.
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We believe game developers deserve another choice. That’s why we’re building Lumberyard: a game engine with no royalties or seat fees, frictionless integration with Twitch and AWS, plus much more on the horizon.
Also Narc0lep5y, I really appreciated your very level headed counter argument to Epic Game Store, as you brought up a lot of very valid points especially regarding 'quality of life' features. Truly some good discussion points I know neither I nor Jared had thought of.