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Superhot VR: Over two million dollars in one week

What could improve Superhot's excellent formula? Simple, a VR version of the same. Few games actually lend themselves to this type of technology as much as the jewel of Superhot Team, an indie studio led by ...
Odyssey +

Odissey +, the virtual reality viewer is launched at a discount

Odissey + is an entry level virtual reality viewer produced by Samsung that could be the perfect gift, provided that the shipment is not late. Now virtual reality is slowly depopulating in homes ...

Adobe has purchased the 3D VR Medium sculpture tool from Facebook

Adobe has announced that it has purchased the 3D Medium sculpture tool from Facebook, to further improve its work in virtual reality.
Beat Games

Beat Games purchased from Facebook

Just in time for Thanksgiving holidays, Facebook has decided to make a big announcement that is the acquisition of Beat Games, the development studio behind the VR Beat Saber phenomenon. "Today we announce that Beat ...
Phil Spencer

Xbox, Phil Spencer talks about the possibility of watching VR on Xbox

Xbox showed up during the X019 event with lots of news and games, but one thing was not seen on the stage of the event, virtual reality. What do you say, VR or virtual reality is ...

Because I can no longer do without VR

I tell you immediately and without too many preambles: I was a detractor of VR. I was deeply convinced that this technology would never really take off (and in part I still am), that everyone ...
The Edge Of Time

The Edge Of Time, the Doctor Who VR game will be released on November 12

If you are a fan of the most famous Doctor in the history of television series, this news can only make you happy. The VR game The Edge Of Time, set in the world of Doctor Who, will be released ...

Resident Evil 7 will have a prequel, but it's not how we imagine it

Capcom has announced a prequel for Resident Evil 7, but this will be exclusive to a Japanese and virtual reality game room.

1917 - Review

April 6, 1917: two British soldiers stationed in the north of France are summoned by the high command to carry out a mission of vital importance: to prevent the advance ...

AMD confirms that the "Nvidia killer" graphics card will be released in 2020

AMD's CEO has confirmed that a high-end Navi graphics card will be launched this year. In a video interview entitled "The Bring Up", ...

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