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  • No Man's Sky Getting VR Support in Beyond Update

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    No Man's Sky Getting VR Support in Beyond Update


    About two weeks back, the "Beyond" update for No Man's Sky was announced. At that time, we knew only a fraction of the content that the team at Hello Games is including in this update slated for release this Summer. Today, a bit more of their plans were revealed when the team announced that VR support is being added to the game as part of Beyond.

    This VR support will be added to the PlayStation and PC versions of the game. PlayStation VR will obviously be the go to for PlayStation 4 owners, while PC owners will have their choice of Vive or Rift. I suppose that technically,...
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  • 2018 Games of the Year

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    2018 Games of the Year


    A week or two ago I took you through some of the games I felt were the worst video games in 2018. There were a variety of reasons included for why those games made that list, ranging from the games just being broken to the games just being boring.

    Today, we're going in the opposite direction. Today, we are going to look at some of the best games of 2018. The list, with one exception is in no real particular order. I will try to keep it brief since this is probably already a month out of date by the time this goes live. I only include games that I played here. I do not own...
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  • An Official Groundhog Day VR Game was Just Announced

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    An Official Groundhog Day VR Game was Just Announced


    The original Groundhog Day movie came out back in 1993. It starred the always fantastic Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. It was written and directed by Egon himself, Harold Ramis (may he rest in peace).

    The premise was simple: A weatherman (Murray) is stuck in Punxsutawney, PA doomed to repeat February 2, otherwise known as "Groundhog Day," for all eternity. It was part comedy, part depressing realizations, and part romance all rolled into a single film set in one location and on one day.

    And now here in 2019, an official spiritual successor to that...
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  • Dick Wilde 2 Commits to Delivering Cross-Platform VR to PlayStation, Vive, and Rift this February


    This February, VR owners who are playing on the PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, or Oculus Rift will be able to pick up Dick Wilde 2. When it releases, fans can expect more action, more sophisticated humor, new weapons, and cross-platform play. That's right, Dick Wilde 2 will allow for cross-platform VR online co-op between the PlayStation 4 and PC releases of the game. ...
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  • Project Cars Devs Announce New Gaming Console

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    Project Cars Devs Announce New Gaming Console


    Slightly Mad Studios, the development team behind Project Cars revealed today that they are working on a new "stand alone console" that they hope will be released within the next three years.

    The news came directly from the Twitter account of Ian Bell, the CEO of Slightly Mad Studios. He's calling it "The Mad Box" and he's already promising some rather fanciful features. Speaking with Variety, Bell says that The Mad Box will be a console similar to an Xbox or PlayStation. Not only that, but VR support is a fairly major feature that he hopes to include....
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  • Crazy Machines VR Coming October 25

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    Crazy Machines VR Coming October 25

    Crazy Machines VR will allow you to get creative on October 25. This puzzle game will take the leap into the virtual world for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Microsoft HoloLens on PC.

    A PlayStation VR version is also coming but at a later date that has not yet been revealed.
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  • Unknown Fate Arrives September 6 with VR and Tobii Eye Tracking Support

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    Unknown Fate Arrives September 6 with VR and Tobii Eye Tracking Support

    A new adventure game from MarsLit Games called Unknown Fate was given a September 6 release date today alongside a $14.99 (USD) price. Those who pre-order will only have to spend $12.75 if interested in the game.

    Speaking of which, Unknown Fate is a "story-driven first-person adventure" that will include various puzzles to solve and some enemies to beat down. The game includes support for the HTC Vive at launch with Oculus Rift support "coming soon via update." It's also compatible with Tobii eye tracking for those that make use of it.
    Players will become Richard, who suddenly passes from the real world into a surreal universe. There, he will encounter strange characters,
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  • VROOM KABOOM Released Today for PlayStation 4, PC, and Virtual Reality

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    VROOM KABOOM Released Today for PlayStation 4, PC, and Virtual Reality

    A new vehicle combat game is out now and looks to cause a bit of a ruckus on the PlayStation 4, PC, and various virtual reality devices including PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive.

    The game is free-to-play but there is a $19.99 (USD; $26.99(?) on PSN) premium version. The details of which are described below showcasing the differences between the versions. You can get it via Steam or the PlayStation Store.
    VROOM KABOOM is a brand-new type of gameplay experience. A 'Tower Rush with Vehicles', the game combines elements from collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battles. Build a deck of vehicles and deploy them into battle against
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  • VROOM KABOOM Combines Tower Defense, Car Combat, and VR on August 14

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    VROOM KABOOM Combines Tower Defense, Car Combat, and VR on August 14

    Ratloop Games Canada announced that VROOM KABOOM, their new vehicle combat game, will be released on August 14 on PC and PlayStation 4. There will be a free-to-play release alongside a $19.99 (USD) Premium Version release.

    In addition to the flat 2D experience, it will also have special VR support and will be released for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. They're calling the game a "tower rush with vehicles" but it also seems to include elements from collectible card games and it features multiplayer online battles.




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  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a New VR Game Coming from MachineGames

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    Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a New VR Game Coming from MachineGames

    MachineGames announced a second bit of Wolfenstein related news tonight. The first was Wolfenstein: Youngblood while the second is a VR focused experience that they're calling Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot or just Cyberpilot VR in some cases.
    No other information was shared for Cyberpilot. However, it sounds like we can expect to see Cybe...
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  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a New VR Game

    MachineGames announced a second bit of Wolfenstein related news tonight. The first was Wolfenstein: Youngblood while the second is a VR focused...
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  • Battle Royale Mode Coming to Rec Room

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    Battle Royale Mode Coming to Rec Room

    On June 7, the free VR game Rec Room will get a free battle royale mode. That's right, you can BR in VR starting next month. This applies to all versions of the game across PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive. This new mode will pit 16 players against each other in a forest with only one being able to claim a chicken dinner victory.
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    Battle Royale Mode Coming to Rec Room

    On June 7, the free VR game Rec Room will get a free battle royale mode. That's right, you can BR in VR starting next month. This applies to all...
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  • Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

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    Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

    Earlier today, Oculus VR released what looks to be the first major competitor to things like the Gear VR by Samsung and Daydream from Google. They're calling it Oculus Go and it starts at $199 (USD) for the 32GB model or $249 for the 64GB model.

    It's important to note that this is not a successor for the Oculus Rift. This is instead a standalone device that is about as powerful as a current-gen smartphone would be. The key difference here is that it doesn't require a phone to work. Hell, it doesn't seem to even require any connection to another device at all. It uses a Snapdragon 821 chipset (same as the Galaxy S7) but with higher clock speeds. It's also...
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  • Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

    Earlier today, Oculus VR released what looks to be the first major competitor to things like the Gear VR by Samsung and Daydream from Google. They're...
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