Nintendo recently announced on Twitter that its Nintendo Labo VR Kit will support Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, two of the biggest exclusives on the Nintendo Switch. For Super Mario Odyssey, Nintendo announced that they will be adding a handful of “bite-sized” mini-games from the main campaignContinue reading “Two of Nintendo’s Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support”
Transference tells the story of a scientist who recreates a digital version of his family using their collective brain data. In true video game fashion, something goes terribly wrong, causing all sorts of glitchy “fun”. The game will be coming to VR platforms Fall of this year.
One of the new PlayStation VR games announced at the Sony E3 press conference is The Impatient. It’s one of two VR exclusives for the PS4 and PS4 Pro. This new horror styled title comes straight from Sony Interactive and Supermassive Games. The cinematic trailer has a 1950s styled setting with an emphasis on hospitals andContinue reading “The Impatient E3 Trailer”
Intel has teamed up with ESL to bring the Intel Grand Slam. The first team to win 4 of the 10 events will get a 1 million dollar bonus in addition to their winnings. The upcoming competitions will include the ESL Pro League, CS GO, and Intel Extreme Masters. The finals in 2018 will beContinue reading “VR Intel Grand Slam and VR Challenge”
In the year 2016; Virtual Reality was easily the biggest product to break out. It was met with a lot of hype, and some disappointment. One thing that we do know for certain, the jury is still out on the hardware. Some say it has already failed, others say it is too early to tellContinue reading “How Will Virtual Reality Mature in 2017?”
Seismic Games have announced today that it has acquired Grue Games in a partnership that brings together a creative, technical and development talent. Grue’s CEO and former Studio Head of Beachhead (Activision Blizzard), John Linden, will take on the new role of President and Trey Watkins, Grue’s Chief Creative Officer, leading the former Grue developmentContinue reading “Grue Games Acquired By Seismic Games”
World famous Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is hard at work unraveling the mysteries of the universe, but in the mean time he is working on a very interesting VR game called Neil deGrasse Tyson Presents Space Odyssey. This wonderful looking game will allow players to explore and experience our very own planetary system. With thatContinue reading “Neil deGrasse Tyson Presents Space Odyssey”
Virtual Reality’s take on the horror genre of games is, by no means a new concept. However, Capcom is taking the idea to a whole new level. Having produced games of a creepy and horrific nature in the past, Capcom is using their flagship franchise – Resident Evil – to debut their first VR horrorContinue reading “Resident Evil 7 biohazard Lantern Trailer”
Earlier this week, Sony made an announcement to Eurogamer and The Verge, confirming that “Nearly all PlayStation VR titles will support DualShock 4 controllers”. This announcement was a clarification to released images, picturing the covers of some PSVR titles. Implemented in the cover art there are pictures of the VR headset, PlayStation Camera and the MoveContinue reading “Majority of PlayStation VR Games Won’t Require Move”
Admittedly, I went to E3 representing another outlet this year, but one nice thing about that is it helps expand Gamer Professionals’ perspective of the event. I still spoke to some of the same companies and developers the rest of the team did, but I also met with various indies, exhibitors, and fellow researchers. AsContinue reading “E3 2016: Review from the Floor”
During their E3 press conference, Sony revealed information about their project PlayStation VR. The most significant news was a concrete release date, October 13th, 2016, as well as an impressive roster of Virtual Reality games. E3 2016 has definitely been a year where VR has been demoed heavily, and it’s safe to say that SonyContinue reading “PlayStation VR Details Unveiled”
It seems that a lot of the games in Sony’s line up are going for the full Virtual Reality Gaming experience. With what little information we have, we know that the Joker could possibly be involved in a new Batman game, and that we will be up close and personal with the action.