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Huge Discount For UT3 On Steam And A Free UT3 Weekend

March 5th, 2009 — Posted in Gaming/Moddingno comments

Steam is offering Unreal Tournament 3 Black (which means UT3 and the newly released Titan Pack integrated with it) for an amazingly low price: only 12 god damn real euros! Also, Steam users can get a free try of UT3 for the rest of the week. Great news!

UT3 Patch 2.0 And Titan Pack

February 24th, 2009 — Posted in Gaming/Moddingno comments

Epic Games has been working hard on UT3 lately. They announced a huge patch, which fixes many things the community has yelled about and pleaded for. Epic has also been working on a big expansion, called the Titan Pack, which includes loads of new content.

From Textures To Materials in Unreal Engine 3, Part 3

February 2nd, 2009 — Posted in Gaming/Moddingno comments

This is part three of the tutorial “From Textures To Materials In Unreal Engine 3″, in which we will create a new material in UT3 which uses textures we’ve created from scratch in Photoshop. The third and final part of this tutorial concetrates on Unreal Engine: importing, assembling and using.

From Textures To Materials in Unreal Engine 3, Part 2

February 2nd, 2009 — Posted in Gaming/Moddingno comments

This is part two of the tutorial “From Textures To Materials In Unreal Engine 3″, in which we will create a new material in UT3 which uses textures we’ve created from scratch in Photoshop. The second part of this tutorial concentrates on xNormal and saving individual .bmp files of our textures.

From Textures To Materials in Unreal Engine 3, Part 1

February 2nd, 2009 — Posted in Featured, Gaming/Moddingno comments

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to get your own textures working inside Unreal Tournament 3 as materials. We’ll be creating a basic—but usable—texture set for a single material in Photoshop, which is then imported and assembled together inside the material editor of UT3Ed. The first part of this tutorial concentrates on Photoshop.

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