YouTube user “Aryoksini” rebuilt the Mario 64-inspired animations from scratch and purchased a few pre-built environments from the UnrealEngine 4 marketplace to make this mind-boggling mashup of Nintendo and reality. However, some say that many of these worlds are better suited for Link rather than the famous plumber. Continue reading for the video.
“If Nintendo wants to develop a Mario game using Unreal Engine 4, hey, they can get it for free – well, so long as Epic Games gets 5 percent of the gross revenue it makes more than $3,000. Even as a novelty it probably would, and though Epic can cut side deals for big players who use the technology, licensing and royalties would probably be the hardest part of bringing Mario to Unreal 4,” reports Polygon.