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House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn Announced for Western Release by SEGA’s UK Arcade Division

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

SEGA’s UK arcade division, SEGA Amusements, has revealed that they are bringing the previously Japan exclusive House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn to Western territories.

The company haven’t revealed much else apart from the above announcement image with the phrase “coming soon” attached to it.

House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn is the latest title in The House of the Dead franchise and developed by SEGA Japan’s SEGA Interactive division. The game uses Unreal Engine 4 and features some of the most intense crowds of zombies the franchise has ever included. You can watch some direct feed footage of the game in action by clicking the below embed:

[Source: SEGA Amusements Twitter]

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Video Spotlight: Sonic Running in Unreal 4 Looks Like Sonic 06 TGS Reveal Trailer

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

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Someone has gone and made a tech demo of Sonic running about in Unreal Engine 4. It’s a very early test with collision issues and some odd moments where Sonic runs on the spot but it’s certainly a technically impressive thing. Check it out:

However I couldn’t help but be reminded of a certain trailer for a certain game that I’d rather forget:

[Source: Tweak Town]

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