Some steampunky stuff.
Now you can save a kitty from a skyscraper ledge or pilot a giant robot in VR. We’ve had our minds blown at The Void in Utah and were hyped to hear Starbreeze is bringing a VR arcade to our home here in Los Angeles.
As video gaming moves closer and closer to a purely digital software distribution service, retro games are become more and more collectable. To younger players weaned on Steam and iOS, the idea of having a game on a bulky cartridge or easily-scratched disc that you have to insert every time you want to play might seem like a throwback from the past, and even video gaming veterans will admit that aside from that warm fuzzy feeling you get from buying a physical product…
If you're a fan of the Star Wars films, you've probably seen the awesome 3D holographic chess game that Chewbacca was quite fond of (Let the wookie win!)
Upon closer inspection it seems that this leak might not be referencing a WW1 setting but a futuristic one, possibly in the vein of Battlefield 2142. Still a leak, though, and it claims to be BF5 and not a sequel to 2142 so take it for what it is. Who’s up for some Battlefield 5 news? Well, perhaps ‘news’ isn’t the best term here since we’re talking about a leak that may or may not be legit, but you get the idea.
Every now and again a game comes along that (whether it realizes it or not) has a lot to say about this river that we all flow down.
After nearly four years, the finished Oculus Rift has shipped to its very first group of customers, and it’s time to see whether the headset that started it all is still pushing the cutting edge of virtual reality. For a long time, the hopes and dreams of many virtual reality fans could be summed up with two words: Oculus Rift. Helped by the rise of cheap smartphone displays, Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey took a technology that…
A whopping 96.6% of "hard-core" gamers have experienced altered visual, auditory, and body perceptions as a result of playing games.