Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Screwdriver Set Amazon
    13:47 Deals

    Amazon shoppers rave about this 22-in-1 screwdriver set that’s down to $18 today

  2. Surge Protector Amazon
    15:01 Deals

    Brilliant $30 Amazon find expands a power outlet without an ugly power strip

  3. Kasa Smart Home Sale
    12:05 Deals

    Amazon’s massive Kasa smart home sale has deeper discounts than Prime Day

  4. Amazon Deals
    10:12 Deals

    Today’s top deals: $50 soundbar, Alexa in your car for $20, $90 Ring Doorbell 2, $23…

  5. Best Beach Towels For Sand
    09:02 Deals

    You’ll never go to the beach again without this $17 Amazon find from a viral TikTok




This Is How Incredible Mario Might Look on Nintendo’s Next-Gen Console

June 29th, 2015 at 6:00 PM
Mario Unreal Engine 4

In the past, we’ve featured a few of the most astounding Unreal Engine 4 creations we could find here on BGR, but this frighteningly realistic recreation of Mario is my new personal favorite. Nintendo might not be willing to talk about its next-gen NX console quite yet, but if you want an early sneak peek at how incredible Mario could look, this is your chance.

DON’T MISS: I’m Getting Queasy Just Watching This Insane Amusement Park Ride

In the description for the video, 3D artist and game developer Aryok Pinera explains that he found all the environments on the Unreal marketplace, but Mario’s character actions were scripted with blueprints, and animations and textures for the familiar plumber were created from scratch by Pinera.

Seeing Mario run, jump, kick and pound the ground in gorgeous, realistic environments is as bizarre as you’d imagine, but I would drop everything to play a Who Killed Roger Rabbit?-esque game with Mario, Luigi, Peach and Bowser traveling around lifelike locales.

Make it happen, video game industry. In the meantime, watch Pinera’s awesome video below:

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.




Popular News