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#Actualroyibernthal

Posted 10 March 2013 - 03:19 AM

First of all, thanks for taking your time and writing this very detailed answer.

 

I considered Unity in the past but I'm definitely looking to program in C++ and nothing else.

 

A little discussion about the lack of direct C++ in Unity:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10188636/something-like-unity-but-for-c-programmers

 

Furthermore, I'd rather not learn a completely new framework which I intend to leave later.

 

I'm definitely not looking for the easiest option or something in the middle, I'm looking for the best one.

Difficulty is not a factor. I've got the time and the will to learn something new, I just need to know I'm on the right path before I dive in.

 

 

I'll try to rephrase a little bit.

 

Career-wise, would it be a wise choice to learn Unreal Engine 4 / CryEngine 3?

Would they open doors for me in the future, not only in the companies behind those engines?

Would any knowledge I gain from working on these engines be useful in other engines I might encounter in my career?

Would the experience add to my resume?

 

Alternatively, are there any other engines I should consider? Not because they are easier to get into, but because they seem like a good choice.


#4royibernthal

Posted 10 March 2013 - 03:18 AM

First of all, thanks for taking your time and writing this very detailed answer.

 

I considered Unity in the past but I'm definitely looking to program in C++ and nothing else.

 

A little discussion about the lack of direct C++ in Unity:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10188636/something-like-unity-but-for-c-programmers

 

Furthermore, I'd rather not learn a completely new framework which I intend to leave later.

 

I'm definitely not looking for the easiest option or something in the middle, I'm looking for the best one.

Difficulty is not a factor. I've got the time and the will to learn something new, I just need to know I'm on the right path before I dive in.

 

 

I'll try to rephrase a little bit.

 

Career-wise, would it be a wise choice to learn Unreal Engine 4 / CryEngine 3?

Would they open doors for me in the future, not only in the companies behind those engines?

Would any knowledge I gain from working on these engines be useful in other engines I might encounter in my career?

Would the experience add to my resume?

 

Alternatively, are there any other engines I should consider? Not because they are easier to get into, but because of what I wrote above.


#3royibernthal

Posted 10 March 2013 - 02:53 AM

First of all, thanks for taking your time and writing this very detailed answer.

 

I considered Unity in the past but I'm definitely looking to program in C++ and nothing else.

 

A little discussion about the lack of direct C++ in Unity:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10188636/something-like-unity-but-for-c-programmers

 

Furthermore, I'd rather not learn a completely new framework which I intend to leave later.

 

I'm definitely not looking for the easiest option or something in the middle, I'm looking for the best one.

Difficulty is not a factor. I've got the time and the will to learn something new, I just need to know I'm on the right path before I dive in.

 

 

I'll try to rephrase a little bit.

 

Career-wise, would it be a wise choice to use Unreal Engine 4 / CryEngine 3?

Would it open doors for me in the future, not only in the companies behind those engines?

Would any knowledge I gain from working on these engines be useful in other engines I might encounter in my career?

Would the experience add to my resume?

 

Alternatively, are there any other engines I should consider? Not because they are easier to get into, but because of what I wrote above.


#2royibernthal

Posted 10 March 2013 - 02:53 AM

First of all, thanks for taking your time and writing this very detailed answer.

 

I considered Unity in the past but I'm definitely looking to program in C++ and nothing else.

 

A little discussion about the lack of direct C++ in Unity:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10188636/something-like-unity-but-for-c-programmers

 

Furthermore, I'd rather not learn a completely new framework which I intend to leave later.

 

I'm definitely not looking for the easiest option or something in the middle, I'm looking for the best one.

Difficulty is not a factor. I've got the time and the will to learn something new, I just need to know I'm on the right path before I dive in.

 

 

I'll try to rephrase a little bit.

 

Career-wise, would it be a wise choice to use Unreal Engine 4 / CryEngine 3?

Would it open doors for me in the future, not only in the companies behind those engines?

Would any knowledge I gain from working on these engines be useful in other engines I might encounter in my career?

Would the experience add to my resume?

 

Alternatively, are there any other engines I should consider? Not because they are easier to get into, but because of what I wrote above.


#1royibernthal

Posted 10 March 2013 - 02:49 AM

First of all, thanks for taking your time and writing this very detailed answer.

 

I considered unity in the past but I'm definitely looking to program in C++ and nothing else.

 

A little discussion about the lack of direct C++ in unity:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10188636/something-like-unity-but-for-c-programmers

 

Furthermore, I'd rather not learn a completely new framework which I intend to leave later.

 

I'm definitely not looking for the easiest option or something in the middle, I'm looking for the best one.

Difficulty is not a factor. I've got the time and the will to learn something new, I just need to know I'm on the right path before I dive in.

 

 

I'll try to rephrase a little bit.

 

Career-wise, would it be a wise choice to use Unreal Engine 4 / CryEngine 3?

Would it open doors for me in the future, not only in the companies behind those engines?

Would I be able to use any knowledge I gain from working on these engines in other engines I might encounter in my career?

Would they add to my resume?

 

Alternatively, are there any other engines I should consider? Not because they are easier to get into, but because of what I wrote above.


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