Tagged: vr

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 »

Flying Mollusk have recently announced that Nevermind will be offering VR compatibility along with an Xbox One release. Although no date has been announced for the release, this is sure to be a big seller. Especially if what Erin Reynolds, Founder/President of Flying Mollusk states is coming to pass: “In 2016 we’ll be launching the Xbox One and Oculus Rift versions of the game. Furthermore, Nevermind is designed to support bio sensors and adjust the videogame’s visual effects depending on the heart rate of the player. A wide variety of these sensors will be supported in due course, in fact, … Read More »

New details on streaming and more So many details have been expected from Oculus VR’s pre-E3 press conference in Los Angeles and we have not been disappointed. However few could predict that Xbox boss Phil Spencer would take the stage to talk about how the Oculus Rift would work with Microsoft products, yet the executive did just that with a host of exciting news items to share. Among other things he confirmed that Windows 10 users would be able to use the operating system’s inbuilt streaming function to bring Xbox One titles to the Oculus Rift head-mounted display, or HMD for short. … Read More »

So what is the future for VR (Virtual Reality) gaming? Well there has been a lot of developed over the past few years, and even Oculus have announced they will be releasing their first VR headset in June 2015. A company called Infinity Amusements have been working over the past 18 months to create great gaming experiences for all, showing to potential and future of VR gaming. Over time they have realised that there is a huge talent pool in Australia, like Melbourne who could become ‘the next big thing’ for gaming worldwide. Infinity Amusement have linked themselves with Revolver … Read More »

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