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|Top Gaming Trends to Follow in 2018|
Added: 17.01.2018 5:48 | 1 views | 0 comments
Brent Lee of The Koalition writes: 2017 was a big year in gaming, led by the debut of Nintendos Switch hybrid console, which redefined the relationship between handheld and television-based gaming consoles. The Xbox One X also hit the console market, while Kinect exited the scene. 2017 saw some smash-hit game releases, too, including breakout game of the year PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds, the open-ended physics driven adventure The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and the 3D-platform triumph Super Mario Odyssey.
2018 promises more big gaming developments, including innovations in virtual and augmented reality, possible new consoles, and exciting upcoming games. Heres a preview of three of the top gaming trends to watch over the coming year.
|I spent Christmas in space|
Added: 06.01.2018 8:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
WARNING: This piece contains spoilers for Tacoma.
I've never totally understood why Christmas is a time for ghost stories, but please don't mistake my confusion for disapproval. I'm very, very happy to spike the schmaltz with something creepy. Which is why, between calculating volumes of red cabbage to braise and sloshing sloe gin on the wrapping, this last December I found myself playing Tacoma, 2017's best ghost story.
Obviously, Tacoma's ghosts are not actual ghosts - this is sci-fi, not some haunted house hokum. Instead, they're augmented reality reconstructions of the commercial spacecraft's vanished crew that you (as salvage-specialist Amy Ferrier) access on your way through the station, the game unspooling its story as you walk among these shades. The incidents seem to have been preserved at random, though that fiction is belied by satisfying arcs and telling details thanks to developer Fullbright's writerly chops; you can rewind and replay each one, moving to different points in the environment to eavesdrop on different characters.
|The augmented reality racing game RC Club is now available on iOS|
Added: 05.01.2018 14:52 | 1 views | 0 comments
Warm up your engines and prepare to go full throttle! Abylight Studios is proud to announce the worldwide release of RC Club, the ultimate radio control simulator for iOS11.
|Harry Potter: Wizards Unite release window revealed by Niantic|
Added: 04.01.2018 21:30 | 2 views | 0 comments
After rumors swirled in 2017 that the team behind the mobile phenomenon Pokémon Go were working on a Harry Potter-themed augmented reality game, Niantic officially confirmed the news in November. Known as Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the AR game was initially announced for a vague 2018 launch. Now, Niantic CEO John Hanke has narrowed that ...]
|One of Pokémon Go’s newest features was briefly disabled|
Added: 04.01.2018 0:00 | 2 views | 0 comments
Alongside the launch of Generation III in Pokémon Go, developer Niantic introduced two new systems to the game: dynamic weather effects and an AR+ mode for iOS users. While the new augmented reality feature, which allows trainers to encounter Pokémon in a new way, has been working just fine, the weather system has experienced a ...]
|Trailblazing VR has announced their debute game War of the AI|
Added: 22.12.2017 17:54 | 2 views | 0 comments
Trailblazing VR is proud to present the worldwide release of WAR Of The AI, their debut game on iOS® offering an out-of-this world first-person Augmented Reality shooter with endless artificial intelligence to nuke!
|The Truly Unique App Store Classic 'UFO on Tape' Updated for iPhone X and Now Free with Ads|
Added: 22.12.2017 1:00 | 3 views | 0 comments
You kids these days, with your augmented reality. Back in MY day we had to fake it the old-fashioned way, like in 2010's UFO on Tape [Free] from Revolutionary Concepts. This curious little game captured our imagination back then with its clever and wholly unique concept. Basically, you play as a person riding in the
|The augmented reality racing game RC Club is coming to iOS in January 2018|
Added: 21.12.2017 18:53 | 2 views | 0 comments
Abylight Studios is proud to announce the worldwide release of RC Club, the ultimate radio control simulator for iOS11, next January 4th.
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