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Follow Madeleine Stone and Cal Pearson as they investigate a collection of engineers, academics, and scientists known as the Assembly. Figure out what the mysterious experiment that they're conducting is, and why they're keeping it hidden from the world. Studio nDreams created this narrative-driven title for PSVR, Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive, but will soon be offering a non-VR version for PC and Xbox One. This announcement from the company's blog also states that gamers can get the game at midnight (GMT) on Jan. 20, 2017. You can buy The Assembly on Jan. 20 from the Xbox Store for ... Read More »
Great news for Oculus Rift owners as it has been announced you can now stream Xbox One and Xbox 360 backward compatible games straight to the virtual reality headset. The update, announced as a feature of the Xbox One Streaming app, allows you to stream if your PC and Xbox One are connected to the same network. You'll be able to choose from three different virtual theater modes. This will give the feeling of playing on the big screen, but at a lower resolution. Xbox's Major Nelson reports on the feature in the video below; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvzYaTgqxRY It appears this works ... Read More »
Virtual Reality is quickly becoming a key goal for console manufacturers.  Ever since Microsoft announced Project Scorpio, they made it a point to mention a full immersive VR experience on the upcoming powerhouse console.  However, we aren't going to have to wait long to play our Xbox One games on Oculus Rift.  Here's what the folks at Xbox said about their next push to VR: Rift owners will be able to stream their Xbox One library to Rift with the new Xbox One Streaming to Oculus Rift app, including fan favorites like “Gears of War 4,” “Forza Horizon 3” and “Halo ... Read More »
Lately, rumours of the Xbox: Project Scorpio being ahead of schedule seem to have been picking up steam on the juggernaut that is the Internet rumour mill. There seem to be murmurings from the darkest corners of the world wide web that the Scorpio is well on target to meet Microsoft's original release window. On that particular subject though there are more than just murmurs, the head honcho of Xbox himself, Phil Spencer, is less than quiet about how well the Scorpio team are doing. @RBeckerath I'm in a day long review of where the team is on Scorpio right ... Read More »
It's not very often that we say this but PlayStation may have something for you. Sony have released their entry into the VR market in the form of PlayStation VR and it turns out that it not only works with the PlayStation 4 but also with your sainted Xbox One, and you need do nothing nefarious. There is only one simple thing that you need to do to get the PlayStation VR working on your Xbox One. All you'll have to do is plug the HDMI cable into an Xbox One instead of a PlayStation, simple. Once you have taken ... Read More »
Project Scorpio is being touted as the next phenomenal thing to come from Microsoft, but for all we know, it could just be Skynet in disguise. You don't know. Luckily, Mr Aaron Greenberg spoke to Engadget to alleviate our (my) fears of robot armageddon, and also about how Project Scorpio will redefine the traditional console generations. Firstly, although we were told by Phil Spencer at E3 that there won't be any Project Scorpio exclusive games because "when you're buying a console game from us, you know that console game will run on your original Xbox", it appears that VR is exempt ... Read More »
Resident Evil 7 certainly caught the attention of gamers when it was revealed during E3 2016, not least because, with its first-person POV, it’s so utterly different from anything we’ve seen in the series before (and we’re not counting those FPS spin-offs with their emphasis on hot lead over horror). And according to a Capcom Unity interview with the game’s director, Kōshi Nakanishi, and producer, Masachika Kawata, the game’s not a reboot, but a return the series’ horror roots. During the interview, Nakanishi stated that: It’s not a reboot and we’re not throwing away the series’ canonical storyline. It’s the ... Read More »
E3 is almost upon us, with its imminent arrival the Xbox rumor mill has been in full flow: Is there a new console being revealed? What about a new overpowered Xbox that will be able to compete with the PC market? And of course the new 'in' thing; Is Xbox getting Virtual Reality? Xbox One VR -  that would be a nice addition to the Xbox armory, will it however join the Kinect as a love it or hate it item, a one that's generally confined to occasional uses when friends are over (unless like me you use the voice ... Read More »
At least one major developer is currently planning to release a new virtual reality game on Xbox One in 2017, and plans to show that game at E3, according to respected technology publication Ars Technica. While unconfirmed at the moment, Ars' reputation in the technology space, alongside recent reports that Microsoft is planning a much more powerful Xbox One console in 2017, leads us to put this in the 'more likely than not' category, especially in light of Microsoft's planned convergence of PC and Xbox. Whilst the name of the developer hasn't been released, we do understand it's a well-known European ... Read More »

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