Nvidia demos Unreal Engine 3 running on Windows RT for the first time
0. phoneArena 29 Aug 2012, 15:40 posted on
Windows RT gamers can sigh a sign of relief and excitement - Unreal Engine 3 has been ported to ARM-based Windows tablets…
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2. Mobile-X-Pert (Posts: 565; Member since: 20 Dec 2010)
This is the full engine as opposed to the modified mobile version we are used to see.
3. CharlieAtInfinity (Posts: 253; Member since: 10 Apr 2012)
wow nice, so Mass Effect 3 coming to RT soon?? :D would like to see more like Source engine running on the RT also I wonder will the 2GB RAM be enough for PC like games on RT? even the most basic games on PC these days demand recommended RAM to be 4GB
10. CharlieAtInfinity (Posts: 253; Member since: 10 Apr 2012)
That's fine I guess, as long as desktop is there with MS Office its quite a tempting over any other tablet in market :D
12. Glim12808 (Posts: 394; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)
And you know this how? Have you already tried porting PC games to WinRT? Do you even own a WinRT Tablet at all?!!
8. Joshing4fun (Posts: 1114; Member since: 13 Aug 2010)
They can't be ported to RT from what i've read.
9. 305Bucko (Posts: 506; Member since: 07 Aug 2011)
according to the man in the video,,, thats kinda the whole "big deal" behind this, that they CAN be ported rather easily.
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7. picka_vi_materina (Posts: 170; Member since: 21 Nov 2011)
so they stole the swipe gesture from Nokia and N9? Dafuq M$, you really thought we believed when you said you wanted to help Nokia?
11. Glim12808 (Posts: 394; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)
Whatever you think MS swiped from Nokia is being paid for by the $1B per annum MS plunks into Nokia for the next three years. Besides, swipe was already present in Windows Mobile before this partnership. And one more thing, MS could not have forced Nokia into this partnership had they gotten that cool $1B deal elsewhere. Fortunately for Nokia, MS was in need of a mobile OEM and has the money and willingness to spend it, hence the $1B per year for Nokia.