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When it comes to retro shooters, Star Wars: Dark Forces is up there with the likes of DOOM and Duke Nukem 3D. In fact, the game's engine was advanced for its time: you could look up and down and levels spanned multiple floors. Now it's getting a tribute, in the form of the first level, remade in Unreal Engine 4. And it looks hot.


Dayshot: Run-of-the-mill room porn is one thing, but it takes something like Unreal Engine 4 to elevate it to a whole new level. This apartment might not exist, but I still really really wanna live there. Or at least go there and stare at things. Maybe take an apple. Unreal Engine 4 apples are nice.


Late last week, captain_slow48 posted an Unreal Engine 4 recreation of Doom's first level online. "I built this to familiarise myself with the engine," he said, adding that he tried to be "as faithful to the original aesthetic as possible." Which is exactly what happened.


The days of unique Star Trek simulators, based on The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine or Voyager are long over, but a superb model of the USS Enterprise from TNG, made by Jason B in Unreal Engine 4, shows how a Star Trek game like that would look today.