Fresh from the Steam Early Access release of throwback RPG Tangledeep, chief programmer and sound designer Andrew Aversa discusses his role in the rogue-like dungeon crawler and the role of retro game sound effects.
Two VR users interact with one another through human actuation, the process of applying force and feedback in VR experiences through the use of another human user. There's a lot more than meets the eye, however. Introducing Mutual Human Actuation, the paper produced by the Mutual Turk researchers that gives a unique insight into the development of this human immersion engine.
Elex hits PC and console stores tomorrow, and has largely flown under the media radar in the run up to its release. It may be the dubious attitudes to Piranha Bytes previous title Risen, it may be the somewhat overshadowed release date, but most likely it's probably down to the fact that nobody really knows what it's about.
I'm having my obligatory British cup of tea in the morning and browsing through YouTube's offerings for the day when No Man's Sky's new trailer pops up. The landscape of the procedurally generated inter-galactic exploration game has changed dramatically in the year since its muted release, and yet you wouldn't have guessed it from the drab montage of panning shots I was faced with.
WhatCulture Gaming recently released a video entitled "Vicarious Visions Admit They Botched The Crash N.Sane Trilogy". Let's talk about that.
Just a few short weeks ago the Ataribox was announced. Atari's first hardware release in 20 years, the comeback retro gaming console is an enigma as it stands today. New photos and some more details of Atari's plans for the console released today, however, may clarify further.
PC players have fallen in love with all of Event 0's 4 available endings. Meanwhile, developers are scratching their heads... because they only programmed 3.
The mid-size video game developer is, sadly, a dying species. Since studio cuts and the growing sophistication of AAA titles, this sector of the industry has seen a significant decline in recent years. We're missing out on original development with a AAA tinge, and that's a disaster Ninja Theory won't let happen.