Monday, 17 Aug 2015
Acer has launched its XR341CK IPS display with support for AMD's FreeSync variable refresh rate technology. Its 3440x1440 resolution should produce sharp images on its massive 34-inch curved display, and gamers will also appreciate the extra-wide viewing angles afforded by the 21:9 aspect ratio.
A new virtual reality gaming center has opened in Melbourne, Australia, allowing gamers to literally walk, run, and shoot their way through shambling legions of zombies after their gray matter. Locales are varied, ranging from city streets to cramped laboratories.
It's been a long time coming but Disney Infinity 3.0 will finally introduce Star Wars characters to the line-up. To celebrate that as well as the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront, Sony's releasing a cool Limited Edition Darth Vader PS4.
NVIDIA has announced two separate SDKs for game and headset developers as its GameWorks VR development kit enters its beta phase. The new SDKs will allow developers to increase performance and create more immersive VR experiences.
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2015
Most Steam machines aren't portable. Sure, they may be smaller and more compact than desktops, but they aren't really meant for gaming on the go. Tell that to the Smach Zero, the Steam Machine formerly known as the Steamboy.
Wednesday, 5 Aug 2015
If you're thinking about buying indie Steam puzzle game Journey of the Light, save your money. Imgur user dpuza has posted damning evidence showing that the game, which claims to have eight levels, actually only has one unbeatable level.
It's taken awhile but the tech giant has finally shed some light on its plans for the HoloLens, at least in regards to gaming.
Monday, 3 Aug 2015
Facebook staff got a chance to create levels for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game in a two-day hackathon collaboration with Nintendo.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
With the Ouya officially dead, developers who relied on the company's funding for their games are left wondering what's next. Luckily, Razer has the answer.
One of the earliest Kickstarter gaming projects was an Android microconsole called the Ouya. Now that console is no more, though its legacy still remains.