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  • The Making Of eleVR’s Virtual Reality Puzzle Game “Float” Is Fascinating

    The Making Of eleVR’s Virtual Reality Puzzle Game “Float” Is Fascinating

    A company called eleVR, which does research in virtual reality and isn’t a gaming company at all, just shared a video for a virtual reality game they’re working on called Float. It’s a puzzle game and platform where you can visit floating islands to make them “come alive again.” You can play it on the HTC Vive, which is heavy on motion-tracking, only right now. Read More

  • GAME Golf Rolls Out A New Live Golf Shot Tracker

    GAME Golf Rolls Out A New Live Golf Shot Tracker

    John McGuire had never golfed before, but he had a background in sports psychology and big data. And it was that combination that eventually drove him to start Active Mind Technology, a sports technology company that first launched with a golf shot-tracking product. Now Active Mind Technology is coming out today with an updated live-tracking golf shot device that attaches to golf clubs and… Read More

  • Try To Land The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Yourself

    Try To Land The SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Yourself

    Elon Musk’s SpaceX is trying to launch a spacecraft and have the rockets return safely to Earth…specifically on a floating barge. As it turns out, it’s not that easy. And it costs a lot of money. There’s now a web game that lets you give it a try yourself. Read More

  • Here’s Your First Look At Fallout 4

    Here’s Your First Look At Fallout 4

    As expected, Bethesda Softworks has revealed Fallout 4, the next instalment of its beloved post-apocalyptic game franchise. The last game in the series was 2010’s Fallout: New Vegas, so this sequel’s arrival has five years of pent-up fan expectations to live up to. It looks like you’re a Vault-dweller from Vault 111 based on this trailer, and I’d say the world looks… Read More

  • Warning, This App Could Trash Your Phone

    Warning, This App Could Trash Your Phone

    If the idea of throwing an expensive piece of consumer electronics up in the air and watching it spin around makes your palms clammy with sweat then this app is definitely not for you. You have been warned. Read More

  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Review

    Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Review

    Nintendo’s hit holiday season continues with an unlikely hero: Captain Toad, the toadstool-esque stock supporting character from Super Mario games, who takes the helm for a full-fledged puzzler based on mini games from Super Mario 3D World. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker takes unique advantage of the Wii U’s capabilities, in addition to being just generally super fun, and while… Read More

  • Nintendo Patents Game Boy Emulation For Use In Mobile Devices, In-Flight Entertainment

    Nintendo Patents Game Boy Emulation For Use In Mobile Devices, In-Flight Entertainment

    A new patent published by the USPTO yesterday details an invention by Nintendo that would allow it to emulate its mobile game consoles, including the Game Boy line of devices specifically, in other settings, including on seat-back displays in airplanes and trains, and on mobile devices including cell phones. The patent is an updated take on an older piece of IP, so it’s not an entirely… Read More

  • LittleBigPlanet 3 Review: A Great Platformer With A Lower Barrier Of Entry For Creativity

    LittleBigPlanet 3 Review: A Great Platformer With A Lower Barrier Of Entry For Creativity

    Sony’s exclusives are strong, and the PlayStation 4 sequel to its popular LittleBigPlanet series is no exception. The platformer doesn’t stretch itself far from its winning formula, but it does add enough to make this game feel like it’s a new experience, and the ramshackle, crafty aesthetic looks great on next-gen hardware. Overall, this is a solid addition to the PlayStation… Read More

  • Monument Valley: Forgotten Shores Review

    Monument Valley: Forgotten Shores Review

    For a mobile game to be deeply moving, but also minimal enough to satisfy the needs of a casual player, is a very, very impressive feat. Ustwo accomplished that with Monument Valley, and they’ve managed it all over again with Forgotten Shores. Despite inferences that Forgotten Shores takes place as an appendix to the main storyline, it has its own internal narrative that is still just… Read More

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