When you think of Unreal Engine enviroments, the first things that comes to mind are corridors and more or less medium sized "rooms". And it's certainly because of this perception, and just to prove how wrong it is, that Epic released this amazing looking video showing the open world capability of Unreal Engine 4.
Thanks to -SD- for the video! If you want to know more about this open world, check yesterday's UE4 presentation from the GDC.
@Melmoth: Don't get me wrong i thought it was a great phone, loved the UI and the camera on it was great. (53 minutes ago)
@aphex187: my mom had a windows phone for some years, she recently got an iphone. she prefered the old phone as it was easier to use. i think the UI has some advantages. shame about support support (58 minutes ago)
I'm going to DL the actual game through Origin as i can see it being a few hours. 2.62GB!!wth? Now that is small! (1 Hour ago)
There's probably like 10 people on it. (1 Hour ago)
56.6MB launcher from that 2142 site has taken me 5 mins to dl :/ (1 Hour ago)
@Melmoth: Yes he wasn't pleased on poke not being on. He griped at a lot of the apps, functionality being the main problem. Anyway, he's got a sammy now. (1 Hour ago)
got a galaxy S7 last week after my S4 died. seems like a good phone. (1 Hour ago)