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The Gaming World

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People around the world engage in different gaming activities as a means of passing time. Some of them also participate in casino games not only to pass time but also to make money. Development in technology has made it possible for players to have access to both on and offline gaming. The gaming industry has also kept a breast with ...

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VR and online gaming app trends in 2017

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We’ve come a long way since the release of the first video games. Back when we were children, playing Super Mario on our first consoles seemed to be the ultimate fun. Who would have thought that only a couple of decades later, we will be able to play all our favorite games anytime, anywhere, on our mobile devices or computers? ...

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Valve Invites Onward Dev to Studios

Onward, a popular VR military sim, has gained official support from Valve.

Onward, the VR military simulator that was released earlier this year, has a particularly important fan: Valve. Dante Buckley developed and continues to refine the game all by himself, and Valve just yesterday invited him to continue working on Onward in their offices in January 2017. For those who haven’t played Onward or know nothing about it, this announcement means ...

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Drunk or Dead VR Game Enters Greenlight

Gear VR Innovator Edition available, warning included

VR is a very experimental platform at the moment. It’s freshly broken ground, and not a lot of developers seem to know what to do with it. Plenty of attempts have been made at charting this new frontier, with mixed results. Some games are built from the ground up for VR, while others feature VR as an optional peripheral. A ...

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Salvaged Released on Steam

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In a lot of ways, virtual reality is the new wild, untamed frontier of gaming. It’s the current hot topic that everyone seems to be talking about when it comes to innovating in gaming. It is also, however, an area that is risky to settle, and may not necessarily pay off. Last generation, motion controls seemed like the future of ...

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Sony E3 2016 Recap

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The Sony E3 2016 press conference. It happened today, and there was been a lot of hype surrounding this show. Sony was lucky enough to avoid too many leaks, so it was an interesting show. You can check out everything that went down by looking at our live coverage of the event below: 9:00pm – The show has begun! On time, I ...

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VR headsets are here! Kind of. Oculus Rift pre-orders available soon

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According to the Oculus Rift website, Virtual Reality headsets may soon be coming to a living room near you. That’s right, starting at 8 A.M. Pacific Time on January 6th, you can pre-order your own Oculus Rift complete with two free games. The free games in question are Lucky’s Tale, a colorful platforming action adventure game featuring a red fox named Lucky ...

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Virtual Reality Exclusives – A Good or Bad Thing?

Virtual reality exclusives - a good or bad thing?

A couple of days ago Oculus held a conference to unveil the consumer version of their Rift headset. The conference was also in place to reveal several surprises: an Xbox partnership, a 10 million dollar pool to help indie developers, the announcement of various companies that are already on board developing for Oculus, and some Oculus exclusives. If Oculus was ...

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What’s Next for Virtual Reality?

What's next for virtual reality?

I can understand if this seems a little preemptive; there aren’t even any virtual reality headsets available commercially at the moment. So, wondering what will come next for VR seems a little hasty, especially if they haven’t even happened yet. For that, we will probably be waiting until sometime next year for VR headsets to actually take off among consumers. I wouldn’t ...

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