Back to The Last Guardian after a few weeks. First thing, googling which button is ‘pet’ and which is ‘push away’ to avoid accidents.
Makes you wonder if the level designers and Trico’s AI developers didn’t know they were working on the same game [hair-pulling emoji]
Live-editing code whilst someone is in a React VR experience feels sooo much like you’re a supporting character in The Matrix. Magic. https://t.co/aG0xRLlP4Y
We all knew this was coming. Lighthouse tracking on the @Oculus Rift using a @HTCVive tracker. Works great, better video & details soon! https://t.co/iclwTK0BoI
Massively multiplayer cooperative pixel art is beautiful and hypnotic.
The best part is when two competing designs fight for territory for a while before wordlessly agreeing on a compromise.
Rift CV1 is one year old and RMA procedure is still “put everything back into the original box and send it to us.”
Bought Shenzhen I/O on sale and promptly realized how redundant it feels to study a fictional programming environment while I’m already learning Unity in order to actually produce something.
Videos of Persona 5 make me wonder if the only thing that bothers me in JRPGs is actually just picking actions from a menu.
Always thought it was turn-by-turn combat in general, but maybe it’s just I feel less involved navigating menus than pressing buttons.
Glad the reviews convinced me to buy Tales from the Borderlands even though the demo had put me off. Writing is terrific. Gameplay… 🤷🏻♂️
The rooftops and patios in Watch Dogs 2’s San Francisco are so lovely — it’s a pity there’s no button for sitting.
SHENZHEN SOLITAIRE, the solitaire game from SHENZHEN I/O, is now available for iPhone and iPad! Get it here: https://t.co/lbhlcwRXx7
The idea of a social VR experience that simply cannot render negative emotions is deeply bothersome to me https://t.co/COUUby7oXR
Important work here imo.
@htcvive trackers paired with tablet and head tracking as a mobile window into #VR space.
There’s something about seeing all those little Parisian buildings and knowing they’re the real thing, made me tear up as well.
Meanwhile Facebook Spaces’ UX is simply awful and it’s baffling how good Google’s apps are while it’s Facebook that sells headsets.
Here’s a videogame idea.
It’s a videogame but without rogue-like elements.
Take this and do what you will with it.
I was super excited to model finely detailed objects in Fusion 360, and I suddenly remembered that will mean baking normals in Blender, my nemesis.
you claim videogame stories can compete w/ novels and yet not ONE game is about a humanities prof whose hot female students can’t resist him
My Xbox is in storage and FH3 annoyed me too much to pay for DLC, but… 😲
I could spend days in Google Earth VR if it let me take virtual photos with the same interface as Tilt Brush.
Viewable in-browser and downloadable in Tilt Brush 👍