People Can Fly v3.0

“Shooters are within our DNA,” says Sebastian Wojciechowski, CEO of independent-then-Epic-Games-owned-then-independent Polish studio, People Can Fly. “If we began People Can Fly again we would not be in a position to pitch another match; not that it is a terrible thing, it is a significant pedigree of our studio,” he ...

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I Expect You to Die’s new DLC level pulls into the station of Schell Games’ VR hit

I Expect You to Die has already trapped players at a submarine, compelled them to push a vehicle off a plane, and tasked them with neutralizing a supervirus as part of its digital reality escape-room activity. Now, programmer Schell Games introduced the brand new First Class degree. It is a ...

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Game Boss interview: Zoe Quinn’s Crash Override Network fights online abuse

As we mentioned in part one of the interview, Zoe Quinn suffered an appalling quantity of Internet hatred linked to the Gamergate controversy. In response, she wrote a novel Crash Override, chronicling how Gamergate nearly destroyed her entire life. In response, she’s established the Crash Override Network, an advocacy group ...

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Blockchain will transform the business of gaming

The gambling market has been undergoing significant changes for a long time now. First came broadband net, then the growth of Steam. Before long, these improvements quickly gave way into the largest gambling disruption of the previous decade: electronic gambling. With the development of digital games, the console version that ...

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3 keys to improving user retention in virtual reality

Virtual reality’s failure to fulfill its own hype is nicely recorded. Poor consumer retention plays a main part in this matter, since it does with any other technology merchandise. But, disappointing retention is frequently mainly a part of a badly designed product and consumer experience. How do VR companies produce ...

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The VR industry needs to avoid intrusive ads for as long as possible

Monetization at VR is a tricky area. There are just two ideas, or experiments, even on which might function, but it is a challenging proposal while the business continues to wade through its hype cycle and content creators stay to be hesitant to commit to making a continuous pipeline of ...

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Keeping a VR community happy with aliens, guns, and … balloons?

Gunheart’s aliens are no match for the pistols, crossbows, and rocket launchers. However, the game’s strongest weapon could just function as the balloon gun. The first-person virtual reality shooter is just a month or two old — programmer Drifter Entertainment introduced it as an Early Access match on Steam in ...

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The Black Widow gives you a Ouija board to talk to the spirit of a murderer

He Black Widow is a game which lets you speak to the deceased. Each of the dialogue is word-for-word in the trials of a girl called Louisa Collins, a convicted murderer in the 1880s. Developer Flux provides the participant a digital Ouija board and an opportunity to request a animated ...

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Game Boss interview: Tameem Antoniades’ journey into madness with Hellblade

Ellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is just one of the greatest games of this entire year, using its terrifying accounts of a warrior’s journey to the depths of the Norse underworld — and to insanity itself.The sport from British sport studio Ninja Theory came out on August 8, and in case you ...

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South Park: The Fractured but Whole review — better combat saves the day

South Park: The Stick of Truth has been among the best licensed games I’ve ever playedwith. The turn-based role-playing experience aptly captures the humor and look of the animation. I can say the exact same for its own sequel, The Fractured however Whole, that arrives on October 17 for PlayStation ...

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