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Monthly Archive for April, 2013

New Metro Last Light Screenshot

A very high resolution Metro Last Light screenshot has been tweeted from the nVIDIA GeForce twitter account.

New Metro Last Light Screenshot

Analysis: Is Nintendo avoiding Sony and Microsoft at E3?

As Nintendo cancels its annual E3 presentation, Richard Hayden wonders if theres more at work than simple cost-cutting strategies

Analysis: Is Nintendo avoiding Sony and Microsoft at E3?

Star Wars: The Old Republic for Mac, where is it?

Mac Gamer HQ writes:

For as long as I can remember I have been a Star Wars fan, still buzz from playing Jedi Knight Academy, Jedi Outcast, Republic Commando and KOTOR I & II. These are in my opinion the corner stones of the Star Wars franchise in regards to games. I will probably get slaughtered for this but KOTOR II actually ended a relationship I was in when I was 19 because I couldn’t pull myself away from playing it. Thats how much Star Wars affects me. It pulls me in and immerses me so I lose all perception of space and time. So might even say it forms corruption from the dark side upon my psychetoo far? Sorry!

Star Wars: The Old Republic for Mac, where is it?

Xbox Live Marketplace Update: April 30th, 2013

The big ticket item this week is the release of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon in the Xbox Live Arcade, followed by the Call to Arms DLC for Gears of War: Judgment becoming available to everyone.
- Action Trip

Xbox Live Marketplace Update: April 30th, 2013

VR Headset Combined With Motion Controller. Virtual Hand Movements Match Yours

NRM: “Independent developer Kelly Weaver has combined the Oculus Rift VR headset with Razor Hydra motion controllers to create a prototype of a character whose arm and hand movements match yours perfectly.”

VR Headset Combined With Motion Controller. Virtual Hand Movements Match Yours

Watch Dogs coming to PlayStation 4 November 19?

Ubisoft says Watch Dogs will be available “at the launch” of the PlayStation 4, and that the game “is also planned for other next generation consoles.”

Watch Dogs coming to PlayStation 4 November 19?

GameDynamo Retrocast 2 – Super Mario Crossover from Exploding Rabbit

GameDynamo – “In this episode, I explore the browser game, Super Mario Crossover, which combines retro NES characters like Simon Belmont, Samus, and Link, then puts them into the world of the original Super Mario Bros.”

GameDynamo Retrocast 2 – Super Mario Crossover from Exploding Rabbit

PlayStation Store Global Update April 30, 2013

Each week Sony brings PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Portable owners new content, add-ons, games and more. PlayStation LifeStyle catalogs the PlayStation Store updates for the major regions across the globe. Check back every Tuesday and Wednesday to keep up to date with each week’s PlayStation Store Update.

PlayStation Store Global Update April 30, 2013

Gunnar Optiks Paralex Review | StickSkills

StickSkills said, “Gunnar Optiks is a company that specializes in computer eyewear if ever there were such a thing. Getting their start by producing eyewear specifically targeted at people who play games for extended periods of time, Gunnar has since branched out to other demographics, including the casual or office computer user. The purpose of a pair of Gunnars is to protect your eyes, improve the visual environment, improve detail and focus, and reduce eye fatigue, but do they work?”

Gunnar Optiks Paralex Review | StickSkills

Next gen games development needs a new recipe, says Jade Raymond

Better visuals and AI alone wont be enough to satisfy next gen games players developers must come up with a new recipe for their games, says Ubisoft Toronto boss Jade Raymond.

Speaking in an interview to be published in full later today, Raymond said that the changing habits of games players and rise of PC and mobile means that large studios like the Splinter Cell Blacklist developer must look again at how it develops and sells console games.

Our focus is still going to be on high-end, HD games but yes, we are looking at different business models within that, Raymond told us. Its not moving people away from console versions as much as it is rethinking how were doing those console versions. So instead of, by default, saying this is the recipe for next-gen, were going to up-res the graphics or do more features with more AI its also thinking how have peoples way of consuming games changed?

Next gen games development needs a new recipe, says Jade Raymond