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  • GORN Finally Leaves Early Access

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    GORN Finally Leaves Early Access

    The violent VR gladiator sim is now a full game.

    Devolver Digital and developer Free Lives have pulled GORN out of Early Access today. The game is now a fully fledged release for SteamVR and Oculus devices. If you don't already know, GORN is a cartoony but violent gladiator sim. You are pitted against NPCs as you utilize physics based combat and weapons to beat your opponents into a pulp, quite literally.

    GORN spent roughly two years in Steam Early Access and ended up being one of the top ten games for VR as far as sales are concerned. At least,...
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  • Facebook Reportedly Bringing Splinter Cell Back... as a VR Game

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    Facebook Reportedly Bringing Splinter Cell Back... as a VR Game

    Who wished on a monkey's paw?!

    There is a story circulating today saying that Facebook may have already signed deals with Ubisoft to bring back Splinter Cell and a new Assassin's Creed title. That's not the weird part. The weird part here is that the deal is to create VR games in these two popular franchises. And since it's Facebook that pushed the deal, that would mean that the games would be Oculus "exclusive" and sold through their Oculus Store.

    This is, at least right now, merely a rumor. It came to light today via The Informat...
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  • VR Fitness Game BoxVR Available Now for PlayStation VR

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    VR Fitness Game BoxVR Available Now for PlayStation VR


    Thanks to BoxVR, PlayStation VR owners can now get virtually fit.

    FitXR just launched their PlayStation VR version of BoxVR. This was an award-winning, boxing-inspired workout game that has been available for a bit already in Early Access via Steam and Oculus. This PlayStation VR release ups the number of included songs from 45 to 110 and includes some additional features. It is available starting today for $29.99 (USD).

    Those of you who own the Early Access release on PC need not worry. The Steam and Oculus versions will leave Early Access...
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  • Oculus Rift S VR Headset Announced - More of a Lateral Move Than an Upgrade

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    Oculus Rift S VR Headset Announced - More of a Lateral Move Than an Upgrade


    Today at GDC, Facebook announced a new version of their Oculus Rift headset that they're simply calling the Oculus Rift S. They announced a $399 (USD) price point for the device that will start shipping later this Spring.

    On paper, the headset sounds like a decent device. It features an LCD 2560x1440 panel (1280x1440 per eye), better pixel density compared to the Rift, updated lenses, an 80Hz refresh rate, updated Oculus Touch controllers (functionally the same as the old ones), an adjustable halo strap similar to PlayStation VR.

    It also...
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  • Oculus Announces Wireless Oculus Quest VR System for $399 Plus New Star Wars VR Game

    During the Oculus Connect 5 keynote earlier today, Oculus VR announced the Oculus Quest. The Oculus Quest is an "all-in-one VR gaming system" that allows players to experience six degrees of freedom, Touch controllers, and a price tag of $399 (USD).

    Unlike the Oculus Rift, the Oculus Quest does not need to connect to a PC to operate. There are no sensors to hang up either. Instead, the Quest utilizes a technology that they're calling Oculus Insight.
    We also unveiled Oculus Insight, our breakthrough technology that powers inside-out tracking, Guardian,
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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
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  • Virtual Espionage Action: Oculus and Twisted Pixel Announce Defector

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    Virtual Espionage Action: Oculus and Twisted Pixel Announce Defector

    Twisted Pixel, the development studio behind such games as 'Splosion Man, The Gunstringer, and The Maw have just announced their next title: Defector.

    Defector is a first-person virtual reality title coming out exclusively for the Oculus Rift. You play as an undercover spy caught in the middle of some potentially over-the-top scenarios. Go loud or use your wits to accomplish your goals. It's entirely up to you and you alone.
    Inspired by the impossible missions of our favorite secret agents, this larger-than-life spy action-adventure lets you
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  • Virtual Espionage Action: Oculus and Twisted Pixel Announce Defector

    Twisted Pixel, the development studio behind such games as 'Splosion Man, The Gunstringer, and The Maw have just announced their next title: D...
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  • The American Dream VR Game Announcement Trailer

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    The American Dream VR Game Announcement Trailer

    According to Samurai Punk (Screencheat), a development studio based out of Melbourne, Australia, "The American Dream" is guns. More specifically, the American Dream is a lot of guns. Guns from the crib to the grave.

    They convey this through their new game that just happens to be called The American Dream. It's a VR title. It has guns. It's a "satirical" game that takes you through a 1950s world's fair showcasing everyday American life.

    Yeah, that sounds about right.
    The American Dream features more than 20 heartwarming, pulse-pounding,
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  • The American Dream VR Game Announcement Trailer

    According to Samurai Punk (Screencheat), a development studio based out of Melbourne, Australia, "The American Dream" is guns. More specifically,...
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  • Tripwire Announces Release Date and Pricing for VR Game Killing Floor: Incursion

    Killing Floor: Incursion, the first retail title by Tripwire Interactive for the Oculus Rift will be released on August 16 for $39.99 (USD).
    In Killing Floor: Incursion, players must take on the role of an elite Horzine Security Forces soldier as they team up with allies to fend off the horrific Zed hordes using an array of weapons including guns, blades and more. Players will be able to freely explore as they move throughout the environment, scavenging for weapons and ammo while searching for the best locations to fight the monster onslaught. Battle in
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  • Tripwire Announces Release Date and Pricing for VR Game Killing Floor: Incursion

    Killing Floor: Incursion, the first retail title by Tripwire Interactive for the Oculus Rift will be released on August 16 for $39.99 (USD)....
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  • Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

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    Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

    It was just announced that Oculus co-founder, Palmer Luckey, has left Facebook. This comes roughly three years after he sold Oculus to Facebook and about one year after he helped to fund racists during the 2016 election.

    This is Luckey's last week with the company, with Friday being his last official day as an employee. Facebook issued this following statement on his departure.
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  • Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

    It was just announced that Oculus co-founder, Palmer Luckey, has left Facebook. This comes roughly three years after he sold Oculus to Facebook...
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  • Now John Carmack is Suing Zenimax for $22 Million

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    Now John Carmack is Suing Zenimax for $22 Million

    The legal battle between Zenimax and Oculus is just the gift that keeps on giving. Now, John Carmack is suing Zenimax for $22 million.

    Carmack says that the amount, which is actually in excess of $22.5 million, is the remainder of what he was owed from Zenimax's acquisition of id Software back in 2009. He says that Zenimax didn't pay it because of "sour grapes" over the ongoing legal disputes between them and Oculus.
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