While we await a full sequel to "Deus Ex: Human Revolution," Eidos Montreal and mobile developer N-Fusion have cooked up a mobile spinoff of the FPS/RPG hybrid in "Deus Ex: The Fall."
It's a wacky time to be a gamer -- I mean there have always been peripherals and gizmos promising to "take you to the next level™." From the NES Power Pad to the Sega Activator to flight sticks, racing wheels, and everything in between, we've longed for a time where we could digitally leap into our games. We saw a huge push over the last few years with motion controls and more recently VR has been within the grasp of the common gamer with Oculus Rift. And while the previously mentioned VR goggles are setting its sights on capturing a market there's only one thing it can't simulate -- the act of feeling like you're in a game.
Enter the Virtuix Omni VR Treadmill, a goofy yet intriguing concept, that will have you virtually hoofing around in you favorite digital world. We've seen the prototype but now it looks like the creators are turning to crowd funding to bring VR even closer to the masses.
With a targeted 2015 release date, the "World of Warcraft" movie probably needs to get in front of cameras soon. Well, speaking to Slashfilm, Legendary Films producer Charles Roven says that the Duncan Jones-directed feature will start shooting in the first quarter of 2014.
Animator and T-shirt designer Drew Wise created this intro sequence for an "Arrested Development" game that we'd totally play.
Hit the jump and check out this "Gobias" Game, and if you like what you see, definitely check out some of the game and animation-related .gifs on Wise's Tumblr.
...by diving into a gigantic bin of treasure of course! Capcom and iam8bit team up to bring fans the complete Scrooge McDuck experience in order to usher in the HD remake of "DuckTales!" More info about the art show and and illustrated plans to live out dreams of becoming a rich duck after the jump.
The first trailer from the upcoming mystery game for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC captures that one terrible moment when you realize you're already dead.
If my preview of Undead Labs' "State of Decay" had you excited about the open world zombie game, then the wait to get your hands on it is almost at an end: "State of Decay" will be hitting the Xbox 360 this Wednesday, June 5.
— Harmonix Music (@Harmonix) June 3, 2013
In the above tweet from this afternoon, "Rock Band" developer Harmonix made it clear that even if their wildly popular music game was winding down, they still had something new up their sleeves. While the rhythm game racket has taken a precipitous nosedive since the days retailers were clamoring for space for plastic instruments, if Harmonix is going back to that well again, hopefully they'll have some plans for reinvigorating the genre.