At an Apple event earlier today in San Francisco, Gears of War developer Epic Games dropped in to show the real purpose of the iPhone: to competitively shiv your friends wirelessly. We hear you scream from your computer, %26ldquo;By what method will I shiv them?! Please tell me!%26rdquo; Well, get a load of Project Sword, powered by the Unreal Engine itself and due out this holiday season.
Above: See? Two chummy pals shanking the hell out each other like God intended
Epic's Mike Capps and Donald Mustard presented the first and third-person action game and its ability to quickly and remotely find competitors via the iPhone's Game Center matchmaking service. After a brief period of showing the graphical prowess of the mobile game, the duo went at it in a display of developer t%26ecirc;te-%26agrave;-t%26ecirc;te. Game Center achievements were also reportedly popping up as the two were playing.
Thank God. I mean, finally, a use for that wacky iPhone, amiright?
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Sep 1, 2010
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