Pre-Order Razer’s OSVR HDK2 Devkit Now

At E3 this year, Razer announced their upgrade on a previous VR headset development kit. The OSVR HDK2 is now available for preorder at $399, substantially less than its market competitors Oculus and HTC which stand at $599 and $799 respectively. The upgraded set brings with it a higher resolution display, 90 Hz refresh rate,... Continue Reading →

Introducing Decay of Logos

In my Twitter browsings, I came across this interview from OnlySP with the development team behind an upcoming Unity adventure title. It grabbed me, and on closer inspection decided the game deserves a mention here on Musings. Decay of Logos is currently in development by Amplify Creations, after beginning life as a personal project of Andre Constantino.... Continue Reading →

Meet Ingress, The Forerunner to Pokemon Go

While Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm in a matter of days without even being available in many regions, the company behind it all released the game's forerunner 3 years ago in the form of Ingress.  Ingress turns the world around you into a Watch-Dogs style techy data bank. With players set in two teams to capture 'portals' at various... Continue Reading →

Review – Furi (PS4)

What Furi thrives on is the refreshing design of all its characters, and emphasis on skill of the player over arbitrary 'skill' of the protagonist You've just ninja-d out of prison thanks to a pal dressed as an angry pink bunny and now you have to fight your way through waves of bizarre prisoners and jailers... just another... Continue Reading →

No Man’s Sky Has Gone Gold

Umm guys... it's happened.  After a severely delayed release, lawsuit from Sky, and an award for Most Anticipated Game from Amazon, indie marketing phenomenon No Man's Sky has finally gone deliciously gold. Fans who have had their hopes dashed at every gear up to the temporary release dates are celebrating just as much as the devs, who posted... Continue Reading →

How To Score A Free Copy of Trials of the Blood Dragon

Ubisoft have merged their motorbike plaformer Trials with their comic first person shooter spin-off Far Cry: Blood Dragon to create a neon-biker fusion. Revealed at E3, Trials of the Blood Dragon lifted many a wry smile from spectators with its tongue in cheek ad and 80s inspired campaign. Continuing their crusade into the whimsical, Ubisoft have announced that when the demo drops... Continue Reading →

Nintendo Speak Up About VR Research

While Microsoft have stayed relatively quiet on the topic on virtual reality when compared to the PC market and Sony, they still have the HoloLens on the horizon and a new console to support the technology. Nintendo however, have been completely silent on their management of the VR revolution. It's not uncharacteristic, the only thing... Continue Reading →

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