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LA Noire The VR Case Files coming to PlayStation 4?

According to the official website of the PEGI classification agency, it seems that LA Noire The VR Case Files, title already landed on PC in 2017 with support for VR helmets: HTC Vive, Oculus ...

Nostos - The online VR in VR will be released in 2019, beta confirmed

If you're a fan of Sword Art Online, this is something you can't miss. Nostos, an online role-playing game with virtual reality support, now has a launch window for the 2019. The game...

A Kite's Tale - Disney's VR short this month

Disney Animation Studios is ready to produce its second virtual reality short, A Kite's Tale, at the SIGGRAPH conference in Los Angeles this month. Following the debut of their first short VR, Cycles, at the same conference ...

Nintendo is not late with online and VR, Miyamoto is convinced

During an interview Shigeru Miyamoto stated that Nintendo is not late on online and VR, but that they have always worked behind the scenes.
VR Ping Pong Pro

VR Ping Pong Pro, announcement and trailer

It is with great pleasure that today we talk about VR Ping Pong Pro, "sequel" of VR Ping Pong released in 2016 for PS4 and PC. The aforementioned pleasure is due to the fact that ...

[E3 Bethesda] announced Wolfenstein Cyberpilot spin-off for VR devices

At the E3 gaming event, Pete Hines announced a new Wolfenstein spin-off chapter called "Cyberpilot" designed for VR devices. Below you can find a short press release from the software house ...

Portal VR - Interview with developers

The entertainment world is constantly evolving and when it meets the world of virtual reality the results can be truly amazing. Portal VR is a completely new experience in the videogame world, able to combine ...

The anime of Spice & Wolf becomes a VR game

SpicyTails, studio already author of the visual novel for VR Project LUX, a very welcome title on Steam with the beauty of 89% of positive reviews, has just successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign that will lead to ...

Kazuya Niinou, director of Dragon Quest Builders, leaves Square Enix

Kazuya Niinou announced that he had left Square Enix and had new plans for his career in mind, with news coming in during the week.

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered - Square Enix confirms the only version ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VovHI0JKxlg Non molto poco tempo dopo l'annuncio di Square Enix di Final Fantasy VIII Remastered per tutte le piattaforme all'E3 2019, sono apparsi rumors circa una possibile...

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